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Does Your Child Struggle with ADHD and Behavior Problems?

Having a child with attention issues, impulsivity, behavior problems and hyperactivity is difficult and stressful,  not only for your child but also for the entire family.

You may be exhausted from:

  • Being hypervigilant about your child’s behavior
  • Searching for answers or ways to better understand your child
  • Trying to balance the attention needs of a child with ADHD with other siblings
  • Expending an excessive level of energy needed to keep up with your child
  • Watching your child struggle in school and socially
  • Tuning into your child’s moods

You may have seen doctors, specialists, and mental health professionals, read books, researched online and attended lectures searching for answers.

Could neurofeedback be the solution?

Surveys of health professionals using neurofeedback estimate that over 85% of their clients successfully learn to focus, regulate behavior, and decrease impulsivity when they train on a consistent schedule.

How does neurofeedback help attention?

In many instances, people with ADHD show a pattern of slow wave activity in the brain. Neurofeedback helps regulate, speed up and stabilize this activity. In the process it calms the person and, with repetition, changes the brain to remain there without medication.

Improvement occurs because there’s been an actual change in the brain (not just a change in behavior brought on from the temporary effect of medication). These changes tend to hold once the new patterns are firmly established. Just like riding a bike, once we learn a new pattern, we’re unlikely to forget it.

What’s involved in the training?

Doing neurofeedback is similar to playing a video game, which is one reason kids generally enjoy doing it. The difference is that they move the game forward with their mind instead of a joystick. It’s that “brain power” activity that teaches their brain new, healthier patterns.

A child with ADHD before and after neurofeedback

This video was part of a national news show in Australia. It’s one of the best videos we’ve seen about neurofeedback. The psychologist interviewed is Moshe Perl, Ph.D. He has reported solid clinical success with neurofeedback and used it with hundreds of children and adults for more than 10 years. Learn how qEEG brain mapping can help identify if your child really has ADD.

Please note, the cost mentioned in this video is in Australian currency. Neurofeedback is an affordable, safe, and medication-free method of getting your child the help he or she needs. Please call or text the Center for Brain Training at 561-744-7616 for more details.


Client Stories

Struggling 8th Grader Matures, Makes Honor Roll in Five Months
14-year-old Sai was making C’s and D’s. He had trouble understanding what he read. His vocabulary and maturity were that of someone two years younger. His parents had him evaluated by a psychologist who suspected something wasn’t right in the way the parts of his brain were communicating with one another. She recommended he try neurofeedback training at the Center for Brain Training. After five months of training, not only did he start doing homework without assistance, but he made the honor roll for the first time in his life.
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From Anger to Peace – How One Teen Turned His Life Around with Neurofeedback – “I could see a significant change in his eyes. They were clear and his mood was upbeat, not depressed. He also seemed to feel at peace.” Then other small changes occurred. Without being asked, he cleaned his room and closet and began keeping them tidy without prompting. He engaged more with the family and spent less time playing video games.
Christine – Mother of teen with ADD
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“Out of control” four-year old improves significantly after six months of at-home neurofeedback

Four-year-old “David” was out of control. The youngest of four children, he was constantly seeking negative attention at home. He’d jump on and try to harm his siblings, screamed around the house and wouldn’t sit still. In September of 2017 Talia acquired a home-use neurofeedback system, using it with David twice weekly. Almost immediately he began behaving better.

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Wrong ADD Diagnosis as a Boy, Man Finds Hope and New Life in Three Months

I wish my parents had known about neurofeedback back when I was in middle school. If I had had just one summer of doing neurofeedback, my school experience would have been so much easier. If I had done neurofeedback sooner, I know I could have been more and done so much more, but I’m looking forward and not looking back. I am very grateful to everyone at the Center for Brain Training for dramatically changing my life.”
J. T. – Vero Beach, FL
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“I regularly recommend the Center for Brain Training to other parents because neurofeedback has made such a huge impact on my child’s life. I’ve come to depend on everyone there because they help me attack whatever is going on at the moment. They are part of my support system. I am so thankful I found the center. I feel like they’re family.”

– West Palm Beach, Florida
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After eight sessions my son was less prone to anger and emotional outbursts, more communicative and calmer. He now spends his free time working on cars (and not watching video games). He and I have more of a normal father-son relationship. I’m amazed by the power of Bradley’s neurofeedback training. It’s been incredible, a miracle.

– Lake Placid, Florida
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Mike Cohen
Michael P. Cohen – Director, Center for Brain Training Michael Cohen has specialized in applied psychophysiology and EEG biofeedback since 1996 and in qEEG brain mapping since 2001. Throughout his career Mike has created and taught both beginner and advanced neurofeedback courses to more than 2,500 physicians, psychologists and therapists in North America and around the world. Read more about Mike.