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The brain has no knowledge until connections are made between neurons. All that we know, all that we are, comes from the way our neurons are connected.
- Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web
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"New Guided Therapy Speeds Brain Training" Autism Awareness, Pages 12-13, February 18, 2015 - Click here to view in PDF format
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Our primary goal is to help clients function optimally in their daily lives. We believe that teaching the brain to self-regulate through neurofeedback is the foundation for unlocking the brain’s potential.

About the brain training process

  • It starts with an assessment.
  • Goals are established following the first session.
  • QEEG is scheduled if indicated.
  • Training protocols are established and implemented.
  • Clients are closely monitored throughout training.

During the initial assessment, we carefully evaluate the client’s needs, strengths, and symptoms, utilizing a clinical interview, computerized testing, standardized checklists, and collaboration with other professionals. The clinician and client work to obtain a consensus for training goals. Following the initial assessment, a quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) is scheduled if neurofeedback is deemed an appropriate intervention. 

Neurofeedback sessions are scheduled at a minimum of twice a week, and QEEGs are repeated as necessary as progress is made. Client observation between sessions is an important part of the neurofeedback process. Scheduled meetings between the client or the client’s parents and the staff are established in order to establish client progress and to ensure that the maximum benefits are being achieved.

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