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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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Dallas Brain Changers in the News Managing ADHD without Medications – an Interview with Dr. Stephanie Golder Moving Heaven and Earth – Dr. Stephanie Golder and Mindy Fritz Dallas Brain Changers’ Effective Integrated Treatment of Anxiety Disorders Dallas Brain Changers Launches Website Providing Information on Effectively Treating Anxiety, Migraine, ADD (ADHD), [...]
Is There A Link Between Prescription Drugs and Mass Murders? Since that terrible day in December 2012 when Adam Lanza killed 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, we have heard a lot about gun control, mental illness, security, advance recognition of violent tendencies, and a lot of other factors that might explain [...]
Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is a troubling Behavioral Disorder Oppositional Defiant Disorder, as observed in children and adolescents, is a pattern of rebellious and hostile behavior directed toward authority figures. It falls into the category of Behavioral Disorders, and, if left untreated, can develop into more serious conditions, including Conduct Disorder, and then to Antisocial [...]
Violent Crime May be Linked to Brain Function Can violent crime really be linked to brain function? When we hear about a mass killing such as the massacres that happened in places such as Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, or a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, or on campus at Virginia Tech, we wonder [...]
Trichotillomania is hair loss that results from the compulsive urge to pull out one’s own hair. It is a big word used to describe an issue that can be seriously embarrassing and life-altering to the people who experience it. In Greek, trich means hair, till(en) means to pull, and mania is madness or frenzy. It’s [...]
Conduct Disorder: Is your child’s behavior out of control? Conduct disorder is a type of behavioral disorder. It can be divided into two sub-categories: childhood-onset and adolescent-onset. Childhood onset is found more frequently in males, and it often involves physical aggression beginning at a young age. Traditional treatment involves counseling and behavior modification, with medication [...]
Behavioral Disorder: Conduct Disorder Case Study This case involved a 15 year old male, who was a gang member. His presenting symptoms/problems for Behavioral Disorder included: probation, anger, marijuana use, sugar cravings (after Pot), large appetite, severe allergies and asthma, frequent illnesses, fatigue, bruxism, and nightmares since he was five years old. Does my child [...]
Conduct Disorder: Disorder Causes and Treatment Conduct Disorder is a very serious emotional and Behavioral Disorder in children and teens in which the child displays a pattern of disruptive, violent behavior and refuses to adhere to rules, blatantly demonstrates disrespect toward authority, and violates the rights of others. At one time, it was believed that [...]
Behavioral Disorder: Oppositional Defiant Disorder Parents whose children suffer from a Behavioral Disorder, including Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), often question whether their children will ever be able to live normal, happy lives. The burdens of caring for a child with this disorder leave parents feeling hopeless and drained. But an effective treatment option called neurofeedback [...]