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Epilepsy: Case Study 28 year old Larry experienced his first two seizures as a child. His parents took him to the doctor but they were told he would “grow out of it” and they were to watch and wait. Until he was in college heading to play a baseball game, he had no further [...]
Sleep Disorder: Case Study Jessica is a 48 year old successful corporate executive with a husband and 3 children. She has suffered from sleep disorder since graduate school. She reports having had difficulty falling and staying asleep, as well as waking with terrible nightmares at times. Even though she was successful, she realized how hard she [...]
Resilience: Neurofeedback helps build Resilience Dallas Brain Changers takes an integrated approach to wellness Without Medication! By utilizing neurofeedback and Christian counseling together, we walk alongside our clients as they embrace increased health and wellness. Call us today to begin the path toward increased health and healing! We are waiting for your call! Talk to [...]
Resilience: Resilience is a Skill We Can Develop! “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Resilience is the ability to bounce back despite overwhelming odds. Consider this daisy. It is strong and healthy, yet its environment is hostile for healthy plant growth! [...]
Tactile Defensiveness and Autism Sensory processing issues related to hyperarousal remain a prevalent issue among both children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The qEEG or Brain Map can pinpoint areas of the brain affected. For many with ASD, hyperarousal is responsible for a condition known as Tactile Defensiveness. Living in a world where [...]
AD/HD: ADHD Symptoms and Treatment What is Happening in the ADHD Brain? There are a couple of very typical brain function issues we see in the qEEG when assessing both children and adults who experience the symptoms of ADHD. One problem for many children and adults who struggle with the symptoms of ADHD relates to [...]