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Medication vs Neurofeedback Dec 9th, 2019

Many people come to Neurofeedback because they do not want to put themselves or their child on ADHD medication. They may not like the side effects, or do not want to cover up the problem. In some instances medication may be appropriate. However, in other instances Neurofeedback can help with...

Bring your brainwaves to the Gym Nov 14th, 2019

Brainwaves can get stuck! Have you are been frozen in the moment ,  had a hard time getting up, or just drifted off when you are suppose to be paying attention? Healthy brainwaves are flexible and should be able to go in and out if appropriate states as desired. Stuck...

ADHD and Neurofeedback Oct 28th, 2019

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...

Back to School and Neurofeedback Oct 10th, 2019

   It's back to school time and the honeymoon phase of the new school year may be over. Old habits and problems are starting to pop up and parents , students and teachers are all working hard for  academic success  Sometimes extra help may be the answer, sometimes more structure....