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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 [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
Sensory Processing Disorder: SPD Case Study Tom and Courtney noticed something different about their daughter, Haley, by the time she was 3 months old. They began the rounds of pediatricians, neurologists, brain scans, MRI’s and X-rays. After every test came the intolerable waiting period to hopefully answer the question, “What’s wrong with our daughter, and [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
PTSD: Case Study Celina was an aspiring olympic gymnast living in southern California during her teen years. She used to take regular trips further south in California for fun with friends. On this particular trip, she and her friends were robbed and taken hostage to a location where they were held for a lengthy period [...]
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 [...]