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- Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 2: Are There Foods I Can Eat to Help My Anxiety?
- Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 1: Can I Help My Anxiety by Avoiding Certain Foods?
- Exciting Progress on the Insurance Front: Is Neurofeedback Covered by Insurance?
- ADHD and Diet: Nutritional Assessment for help with ADHD Symptoms
- ECT: ECT or Neurofeedback? Which is safer?
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Neurofeedback and Counseling: Treatment Without Medication Neurofeedback, in conjunction with counseling and life coaching, offers an integrative approach to healing that has been proven effective and offers the client hope without medications. We begin with a qEEg, or Brain Map, to give practitioners a clear picture of what is going on in the brain that may be causing or aggravating [...]
Right and Left Brain Dominance We all utilize both sides of our brain, but most of us favor one side or the other: Meet Mr. Left Brain-Dominant: Mr. Left Brain-Dominant keeps his desk organized, even when he is swamped with a major project, he functions at his best with a detailed to-do lists, he enjoys playing devil’s [...]
Anxiety: Before and After Neurofeedback Treatment This 25 year old female was referred to Dallas Brain Changers by her parents. As you can see in the illustration above, her qEEG or Brain Map shows significant before and after treatment changes in central and frontal high beta (as seen in the top Brain Map indicated in [...]
ACE PARENTING: Affirmative, Consistent, Effective Parenting Part 3- Effective Parenting Effective parenting can be compared to art. Any artist will tell you that technique and skill are vital components of success within any given realm of artistry. Talent, or natural ability, is only a part of the puzzle! Effective artists must invest a lot of [...]
Movement Disorder: Case Study 2 The following is a case involving a female with a non-specific movement disorder: A 21-year-old female was referred by her neurologist for counseling and neurofeedback to treat what he deemed to be a Movement Disorder. She had been having symptoms since she was 5 yrs old and had been to [...]
ACE PARENTING (Part 2): Consistent Parenting Merriman-Webster defines consistent in the following way: marked by harmony, regularity, or steady continuity; free from variation or contradiction; marked by agreement; showing steady conformity to character, belief, or custom. ACE parenting believes in the phrase, Say what you mean and mean what you say! Answer the following questions? Does [...]
Chronic Pain: Case Study Jane had undergone knee replacement surgery 15 years ago. After 6 months, her pain was still at a 6 on a scale of 1-10. Despite heavy medication, she was unable to be fully bear weight on her knee and required a cane. Because of this Chronic Pain, she also became [...]
ACE PARENTING (Part 1): A is for Affirmative Parenting ACE parenting is a full-time job, and it is not for the faint at heart! When our children are born, we do not leave the hospital with an instruction manual. There is not a switch that flips on to initiate healthy parenting when we bring our [...]
Parkinson’s Disease: Case Study At age 40 w, Alan began dealing with a frozen shoulder and bouts of depression. After a few years, with worsening and increasing symptoms, his mother suggested he see a doctor about possible Parkinson’s Disease. By this time, his symptoms included problems with gait while walking and an even deeper depression, and this led [...]