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Hallucinations: What Are They and What Causes Hallucinations? Hallucinations are a very real and often frightening symptoms of several disorders. Because of the societal stigma attached to hallucinations, a child or adult experiencing them may choose to keep them a secret, rather than seek help. Through neurofeedback and counseling, Dallas Brain Changers seeks to assist struggling [...]
Behavioral Disorder: Intermittent Explosive Disorder or IED Intermittent Explosive Disorder or IED is a diagnosis used when other reasons for impulsive rages cannot be determined. This disorder is classified in the DSM-IV as an Impulse-Control Disorder Not Elsewhere Classified. Intermittent Explosive Disorder or IED can be a comorbid condition with Borderline or Antisocial personality disorders, AD/HD, [...]
AD/HD and Comorbidity Is it really AD/HD? OR … Is there something else going on with brain function that is presenting like AD/HD? AD/HD and comorbidity is rampant! There are a number of disorders related to over or under activity of the brain waves that mimic the symptoms of AD/HD. Regardless of what the primary [...]
Is It Bipolar or Depression? Do you suffer from bouts of severe depression? Do you seem to snap out of it for brief periods where you feel energetic, hyper, or even possibly exhilarated? Have you tried anti-depressants without success? Are you feeling there is little to no help out there for you? You may actually [...]
Childhood Bipolar Disorder: Neurofeedback Case Study “The Bipolar Child,” by Demitri and Janice Papolos by Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D., Chief Scientist A 12-year-old boy with signs of childhood Bipolar Disorder has been on Concerta, Risperdal, and Zoloft for the last three years. He has trichotillomania (involuntary hair-pulling) since beginning the Concerta. He is very anxious. He [...]
Symptoms of Childhood Bipolar Disorder Childhood bipolar disorder, also known as pediatric bipolar disorder, is a form of bipolar disorder that may be found in children and teens. Its existence is still a matter of academic debate, but there is increasing evidence that suggests that bipolar disorder can exist in children. Is it Bipolar Disorder? (Adult [...]
Stephen is a forty-five year old attorney with two adult children. He was diagnosed with having bipolar disorder; he presented with complaints of a “mind that was never quiet,” difficulties with insomnia, chronic fatigue, and a great deal of “stress” and anxiety. He expressed frustration from his inability to refrain from analyzing everything he experienced, [...]
Bipolar Disorder: Case Study Suzanne had been diagnosed by her psychiatrist as having Bipolar Disorder. She had tried numerous medications for years, but was unable to find the right combinations. She had sleep medications for her manic phase and anti-depressants for the depression phase, what she called “the crash”. She began finding it more [...]