Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD) in children and how to treat it without medication?
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It is estimated that 5-10% of children of school age in the western world are suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder; with or without Hyperactivity. Teachers are constantly facing a challenge with children that seem to not have the ability to focus on their studies, do their homework or keep up with the materials learnt in class. The parents experience it at home; they KNOW their child is bright and can achieve a lot, but the child just doesn’t do well at school. If there is also hyperactivity in the picture, it just adds to everyone’s frustration.
And the child? His/her difficulty is that they can’t help themselves, and feel misunderstood. They WANT to remember their school tasks, they WANT to do well at school, but they CAN’T concentrate. They feel like there is a fog in their head, masking everything else.
Why? Because they have an imbalance in their brainwave activity that makes it so difficult for them to focus.
Understanding what happens in the brain of an ADHD child will help parents and teachers guide, help and encourage the child. By learning about tools to regulate the brainwave activity of an ADHD child, you will be able to give him/her the tools to understand their brain, and most importantly – to take control over their brain activity and train it to become more focused and concentrated.
Join us for an in-depth talk about how you can help your child improve their achievements … and their life!
Topics that will be covered:
• The brain of a child with ADHD
• The genetic and environmental factors that induce or play a role in ADHD
• Do and Don’t-do for parents and teachers to ADHD children
• Ritalin – For and Against
• How to treat ADHD without medication
Rachel Langford is the founder of the London NCT Neurofeedback Clinic. The clinic offers neuro-cognitive brainwave training for the treatment of ADHD. Rachel has 12 years’ clinic experience in the field of Neurofeedback for ADHD, working at The Galim Neurofeedback Centre in Israel. The Galim Centre has more than 30 years of training, treatment and research into neurofeedback and neuroscience for the treatment of a variety of neural, cognitive and emotional conditions.
Rachel is also preparing her PhD research, focusing on oxygenation patterns in the frontal lobes for the improvement of cognitive functions in ADHD children, and in dementia patients. She teaches and gives talks and workshops.
GIVE YOUR CHILD A BETTER FUTURE!