NYC Therapist Alison Pepper, LCSW, Certified NeurOptimal Trainer: Sometimes we need to think about how we do things both individually and collectively as a society. We don't need to reinvent the wheel but it can be helpful to shake things up,
Children’s behaviors associated with both ADHD and trauma can look similar. As a child therapist in a school-based setting the last five years, I often had teachers and parents ask me: "What is going on with little Jane or Jose? Is it ADHD? Is
We are excited to announce a new Partnership: Denver Neurofeedback sessions available in office!
Interview with Miriam Bellamy, LMFT, NeurOptimal neurofeedback Trainer and Psychotherapist in Dener, CO.
From her home-base in Denver neurofeedback trainer, Kate Linsley, has been in charge of Neurofeedback Training Co's neurofeedback home rentals program since its inception in 2012. In 2011 Kate became a Certified NeurOptimal Trainer and started
the best brain training for kids options
It's a competitive world out there and many parents are looking for ways to improve their childrens' school and athletic performance. "Brain training" is the latest fad, and one that has merit if the
What are the best brain training options?
It's back-to-school time and many parents are looking for ways to improve their childrens' school and athletic performance. "Brain training" is the latest fad, and one that has merit if the tools
Research just published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry shows a link between a mother's diet during pregancy and conduct disorder and ADHD symptoms in her children. They looked at epigenetics, also called the mylenation of DNA.
Boulder neurofeedback trainer discusses results in children and parents with ADHD and sleep issues; and the effects of neurofeedback on meditation.
Interview with Joy Om, NeurOptimal neurofeedback and cranio-sacraltrainer in Boulder, CO.
When diagnosed with ADHD many parents, particularly moms, start their education. They talk to their pediatrician and diagnosing neurologist or psychologist to find out: what's the best drug free treatment for ADHD?
For many children, the month of September has it’s own meaning. It signals back to school and can bring excitement, freshness, and sometimes fear or dread. The latter feelings are often true for children with ADHD; they have had difficulty in
RICHARD A. FRIEDMAN from The New York Times writes:
ATTENTION deficit hyperactivity disorder is now the most prevalent psychiatric illness of young people in America, affecting 11 percent of them at some point between the ages of 4 and 17. The