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9 Signs Your Child Might be Dyslexic: What are the Symptoms of Dyslexia in Children

9 Signs Your Child Might be Dyslexic: What are the Symptoms of Dyslexia in Children

Nationwide, 20% of the elementary school population is struggling with reading while one in five students has a language-based learning disability.  Currently, 80% of children with an IEP have reading difficulty, 85% of whom are diagnosed with dyslexia, a language-based learning disability.   Due to a lack of educator and administration understanding, Dyslexics are often misdiagnosed or diagnosed too late for early intervention

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child with ocd

Neurofeedback for OCD: Intrusive Thoughts and Rituals

Stress and anxiety disorders are more prevalent than ever in today’s perpetually connected world, where we are bombarded by constant input from various sources. As adults, multi-tasking is a common expectation, and we are pushed to go further faster in every aspect of our lives, endlessly comparing ourselves to others via a steady stream of social media. It should come

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QEEG Brain Map for ADHD and Austism

Autism QEEG Brain Mapping: Revolutionizing Autism Diagnosis and Treatment

Autism QEEG brain mapping is a the first step in the diagnostic and treatment planning process when I work with those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It allows me to get a clear picture of an individual’s brain functioning and more specifically, what areas of the brain are over or under working. The symptoms of ASD

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Biofeedback vs. Neurofeedback

Biofeedback vs. Neurofeedback

With the rise of clinical issues such as anxiety and depression in children and adults, people are searching for natural mental health solutions.  Neurofeedback and biofeedback are two different forms of brain-based treatments that gained popularity in recent years due to their non-invasive and mediation-free approach to improving physical and mental health issues and clinical disorders. They both have decades

Read More »
5 Ways Neurofeedback Helps Children and Teens with ADHD

5 Ways Neurofeedback Helps Children and Teens with ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is type of a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting children and adults. Its common symptoms are inattention, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity. These symptoms can significantly impact an ADHD kid’s ability to function in daily life and can lead to difficulties in school, work, and relationships. While medications such as stimulants and non-stimulants are often thought to be the only

Read More »
17 Reasons A Child Has Mood Swings

17 Reasons A Child Has Mood Swings

Discover the 17 reasons why children experience mood swings, ranging from common developmental factors to clinical issues. Gain insights into emotional regulation and learn effective strategies to support your child’s mental well-being. Dr. Roseann provides valuable guidance for parents navigating their child’s mood fluctuations.

Read More »
A woman is helping a young boy with his hearing aids.

Neurofeedback Research

How Effective is Neurofeedback? Neurofeedback isn’t anything new and has in fact been in use since the 1960’s and steadily has increased since the advent of the personal computer in the late 1980’s. Today, there are tens of thousands of studies and over 3,000 peer reviewed studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of neurofeedback in treating a variety of clinical conditions

Read More »
Neurofeedback for Autism

Neurofeedback for Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that has dramatically risen more than 10 percent since 2000 where the prevalence rate nearly tripled, from 0.67 to 1.85 percent in the US population.  Parents understand the importance of early diagnosis and treatment, and because they only want the best for their children, explore the many autism based treatments.  Neurofeedback therapy

Read More »
neurofeedback treatment for school refusal

School Refusal and Neurofeedback

This is a 3- Part Series on School Refusal What to do When Your Child Refuses to go to School Strategies on School Refusal School refusal behavior is typically a reflection of some underlying internal issue that has been bubbling for some time. Since we can’t “see” mental health struggles, we have to look for signs of anxiety, OCD, mood

Read More »
Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge Neurofeedback Session

7 Conditions Neurofeedback is Good For

What is Neurofeedback Good For?   There are many clinical symptoms that show the brain is not calm and balanced including, worry, sleeplessness, irritability, agitation, anger, stress, distractibility, problems with focus, low motivation, memory issues and a long list of common issues that kids and adults alike face. Psychiatric disorder and clinical symptoms are on the rise. For some they

Read More »
9 Signs Your Child Might be Dyslexic: What are the Symptoms of Dyslexia in Children

9 Signs Your Child Might be Dyslexic: What are the Symptoms of Dyslexia in Children

Nationwide, 20% of the elementary school population is struggling with reading while one in five students has a language-based learning disability.  Currently, 80% of children with an IEP have reading difficulty, 85% of whom are diagnosed with dyslexia, a language-based learning disability.   Due to a lack of educator and administration understanding, Dyslexics are often misdiagnosed or diagnosed too late for early intervention

Read More »
child with ocd

Neurofeedback for OCD: Intrusive Thoughts and Rituals

Stress and anxiety disorders are more prevalent than ever in today’s perpetually connected world, where we are bombarded by constant input from various sources. As adults, multi-tasking is a common expectation, and we are pushed to go further faster in every aspect of our lives, endlessly comparing ourselves to others via a steady stream of social media. It should come

Read More »
QEEG Brain Map for ADHD and Austism

Autism QEEG Brain Mapping: Revolutionizing Autism Diagnosis and Treatment

Autism QEEG brain mapping is a the first step in the diagnostic and treatment planning process when I work with those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It allows me to get a clear picture of an individual’s brain functioning and more specifically, what areas of the brain are over or under working. The symptoms of ASD

Read More »
Biofeedback vs. Neurofeedback

Biofeedback vs. Neurofeedback

With the rise of clinical issues such as anxiety and depression in children and adults, people are searching for natural mental health solutions.  Neurofeedback and biofeedback are two different forms of brain-based treatments that gained popularity in recent years due to their non-invasive and mediation-free approach to improving physical and mental health issues and clinical disorders. They both have decades

Read More »
5 Ways Neurofeedback Helps Children and Teens with ADHD

5 Ways Neurofeedback Helps Children and Teens with ADHD

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is type of a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting children and adults. Its common symptoms are inattention, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity. These symptoms can significantly impact an ADHD kid’s ability to function in daily life and can lead to difficulties in school, work, and relationships. While medications such as stimulants and non-stimulants are often thought to be the only

Read More »
17 Reasons A Child Has Mood Swings

17 Reasons A Child Has Mood Swings

Discover the 17 reasons why children experience mood swings, ranging from common developmental factors to clinical issues. Gain insights into emotional regulation and learn effective strategies to support your child’s mental well-being. Dr. Roseann provides valuable guidance for parents navigating their child’s mood fluctuations.

Read More »
A woman is helping a young boy with his hearing aids.

Neurofeedback Research

How Effective is Neurofeedback? Neurofeedback isn’t anything new and has in fact been in use since the 1960’s and steadily has increased since the advent of the personal computer in the late 1980’s. Today, there are tens of thousands of studies and over 3,000 peer reviewed studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of neurofeedback in treating a variety of clinical conditions

Read More »
Neurofeedback for Autism

Neurofeedback for Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that has dramatically risen more than 10 percent since 2000 where the prevalence rate nearly tripled, from 0.67 to 1.85 percent in the US population.  Parents understand the importance of early diagnosis and treatment, and because they only want the best for their children, explore the many autism based treatments.  Neurofeedback therapy

Read More »
neurofeedback treatment for school refusal

School Refusal and Neurofeedback

This is a 3- Part Series on School Refusal What to do When Your Child Refuses to go to School Strategies on School Refusal School refusal behavior is typically a reflection of some underlying internal issue that has been bubbling for some time. Since we can’t “see” mental health struggles, we have to look for signs of anxiety, OCD, mood

Read More »
Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge Neurofeedback Session

7 Conditions Neurofeedback is Good For

What is Neurofeedback Good For?   There are many clinical symptoms that show the brain is not calm and balanced including, worry, sleeplessness, irritability, agitation, anger, stress, distractibility, problems with focus, low motivation, memory issues and a long list of common issues that kids and adults alike face. Psychiatric disorder and clinical symptoms are on the rise. For some they

Read More »
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