ADHD and Neurofeedback

Being diagnosed with ADHD is not necessary for Neurofeedback to be successful for attention problems. The symptoms  of the client are accessed through a thorough evaluation and an attention test. A specific protocol is created based on the symptoms , the evaluation and the test. No diagnosis is necessary since the treatment plan is tailor made for each individual. ADHD, Emotional problems, processing difficulties, and brain injury are  among  the many reasons  a person may have difficulty paying attention. Many of these issues can be successfully addressed  through Neurofeedback . 

Author
Linda Nerenberg , MS,LEP, BCN Licensed Educational Psychologist Certified Neurofeedback provider

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