ADD/ADHD

Neurofeedback can dramatically reduce symptoms of ADD, improving executive function and reasoning, leading to greater ability to plan, focus, and follow-through. This results in a more consistent, focused and successful work and school performance, often with reduced dependence on medications...

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STUTTERING

With the help of Neurofeedback stuttering is significantly reduced as attention is sharpened and richer communication pathways are built within the brain. Clients enjoy improved self-confidence, students develop a rich social life, and even secure jobs in customer service functions...

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AUTISM

Neurofeedback can reduce autistic symptoms by 40% or more, enabling lasting improvements in non-verbal communications, social interactions, and increased ability to develop healthy, meaningful relationships with others...

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ANXIETY

Anxiety is reduced as Neurofeedback trains the brain to calm itself and reduce the "fight or flight" response, leaving clients calm, relaxed, and "in control." Many have been able to reduce and even eliminate medications and other treatments...

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LEARNING DISORDERS

Neurofeedback can help improve reading, comprehension, memory, and focus, as well as decreasing other symptoms of learning disorders and its effects are permanent, resulting in improved school, work performance as well as improved confidence & self-esteem...

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DEPRESSION

Symptoms of depression respond readily to Neurofeedback, resulting in increased motivation, interest, and excitement for life. Most of my clients have reduced or eliminated antidepressants...

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