Treating Anxiety in Unprecedented Times 

May 22nd, 2022|0 Comments

Besides the virus itself, we had to learn to deal with all of the secondary effects of a global lockdown – disruptions to our daily routines, more time spent indoors in close quarters with others, and reduced access to many of the activities many of us used to balance out the already-considerable stresses of the usual day to day life’s tasks – and all of these continue to affect our neurology and mental health even as the world at large has slowly begun to open back up.

Sensory Processing and Emotional Regulation

April 26th, 2022|0 Comments

Many of us think that perception and behavior are two separate things and that processing stimuli and their parameters, such as intensity, speed, etc. has to do with cognition alone. But whether we are aware of it or not, what we perceive can have a considerable impact on our emotions, leading to an array of responses which in turn affect our behavior.

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ADHD in Teens and the Need to Closer Understand Them

March 22nd, 2022|0 Comments

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, known to most of us as ADHD, is perhaps more widely acknowledged in our culture today than it is actually well-understood by it. While it was first described by medical researchers as long ago as the 18th century, its exact diagnostic parameters continue to shift to this day as awareness of it grows and its demography continues to shift.

Auditory Processing Networks and Effective Listening

December 23rd, 2021|0 Comments

A popular assumption is that aptitude for language correlates with one’s intelligence. Indeed, research shows that individuals who are astute listeners are more likely to succeed in their jobs, relationships, public life – any situation in which effective communication is beneficial. That said, human communication is a dazzlingly complex interplay of different parts of the brain working in concert to analyze, organize and store a wide variety of sensory input.

Addressing Performance Anxiety: Calming the Body and Mind with swLoRETA Neurofeedback

April 8th, 2021|0 Comments

Do you get nervous before you have to give a big presentation? Though you try to focus on your task, do you get caught up in what other people might be thinking about you? Perhaps you experience physical symptoms like clammy hands, a rapid heartbeat, or tense muscles. If any of this sounds familiar, you may have performance anxiety.

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