A kindergartner with severe attention deficit who originally is unable to listen and not use speech became focused, inquisitive, and to our surprise, started talking. By the ninth lesson, he walked into class started to share a personal trauma he experienced when he first started school. Previously he did not say a word for nine weeks. The series of sensorimotor lessons integrated the feet and legs into the torso, and then the head. When the whole body integrated, his attention stabilized and was able to listen with eye contact, follow direction, and share to some extent.