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Scientifically based brain assessment and training

Improving self-regulation of brain activity using a brain–computer interface

By combining different cutting edge Neurofeedback technologies, your child can learn to control and change their brain activity.

This can help improve concentration and scholastic performance, reduce aggressive or impulsive emotional response, sensory and language processing issues and more. 


The benefits of neurofeedback have been found useful in peak performance training. These benefits include improving attention/concentration, imagery, arousal level, and decreasing worry and rumination (Williams, 2006).


The combination of cognitive, emotional, and psychophysiological benefits from neurofeedback results in improved performance.


Complaints about declined attention and memory are common in healthy and cognitively intact older adults during brain ageing. 

Training the ageing brain has been shown to significantly improve working memory and other executive functions and reduce cognitive decline.


Brain training has been shown effective in any age for the improvement of cognitive functions, ADD and ADHD in adults, Anxiety and mood related disorders, Sleep, Peak performance and more.


Neurological and cognitive tools used for Neurofeedback brain training can help your child change their brain for the better.

Children with ASD show many times sensory sensitivity, extreme emotional responses and other cognitive and behavioural issues related to specific brain patterns that can be trained to balance.

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There are several reasons as to why neurofeedback has been deemed favourable, one of which is that it enhances several traits that are associated with better sports performance. 

The ability to sustain focus, emotional regulation under stress, Visualisation techniques, Improved motor control.


Frank H. Duffy, MD

Duffy, a professor and paediatric neurologist at Harvard Medical School, stated in the journal Clinical Electroencephalography that scholarly literature had already suggested that Neurofeedback ‘‘should play a major therapeutic role in many difficult areas. In my opinion, if any medication had demonstrated such a wide spectrum of efficacy it would be universally accepted and widely used’’ (Duffy, 2000, p. v).

‘‘It is a field to be taken seriously by all’’ (p. vii).

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