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Biofeedback Talk


The novel coronavirus has impacted everything in our day-to-day lives including, work, school, routines, and mental health. The effect of COVID-19 differs from person to person, however living through an unprecedented crisis like this with no concrete solution or definite end, our hypervigilance may rise to the point of compromising our physical wellbeing and emotional […]

The ADHD Success Story

As the office manager at BiofeedbackWORKS, one of the most common phone calls I receive is from a parent who has a son or daughter with symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). They tell me how their child struggles to pay attention in school, has difficulty focusing on tasks, and behaves impulsively at home. Lately, I’ve […]

Other diagnosed illnesses and problems for which Neurofeedback training has been known to help reduce symptoms

Below are other diagnosed illnesses and problems for which Neurofeedback training has been known to help reduce symptoms: Tourette’s Syndrome, Seizures, OCD behaviors and thoughts, Chronic Illnesses, and even Chemical Toxicity Tourettes, Seizures, OCD (Thoughts and behaviors, such as “stuckness”, addictions i.e. Gambling or Hoarding. All three of these are displayed by differences in the […]

Reactive Attachment Disorder in Children: Behavioral and Academic issues facing adoptive families

TREATMENT: Individuals with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) typically present as having extraordinary difficulty with relationships, especially intimate relationships and parent/child bonding. This difficulty is generally accompanied by oppositional behavior, angry outbursts, attention issues, impulsivity and lack of empathy for others. A majority of children with RAD develop these symptoms as a response to trauma experienced […]