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The problem:

 

Slow brain waves

Persons with Attention- Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD, ADHD), head injuries, stroke and epilepsy tend to have excessive slow waves (usually theta and sometimes excess alpha) present.

Difficulty to control attention, behavior, and/or emotions

When an excessive amount of slow waves are present in the executive (frontal) parts of the brain, it becomes difficult to control attention, behavior, and/or emotions.

Problems with concentration, memory and more

Such persons generally have problems with concentration, memory, controlling their impulses and moods, or hyperactivity. They have problems focusing and exhibit diminished intellectual efficiency.

The Solution!
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Neurofeedback

for children with ADHD

Neuro - Cognitive Therapy (NCT)

  • Neurofeedback training

  • Cognitive treatment

Twice as effective!

In October 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics’ ranking of research support for psychosocial treatments awarded Nuerofeedback the highest level of evidence-based support for the treatment of ADHD.

More than 30 years of experience

Our clinics are run by neuroscientists, doctors and highly experienced clinicians. With over 30 years of experience, we are proud to be part of an incredible success of hundreds of children who were suffering from ADHD before they came to us.

Frank H. Duffy, MD

Duffy, a professor and pediatric 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).