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Lyme Disease and Neurofeedback

Lyme Disease and Neurofeedback For those of us that know and love someone with Lyme Disease or other tick-borne illness, we know all too well the effect it can have on a person’s brain and body. For many, there is an impact on one’s attention, cognitive, or psychological functioning that can make day-to-day living very difficult. The stress of the disease and

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Neurofeedback for PANS and PANDAS

PANS, PANDAS and autoimmune encephalopathy (AE) are three separate conditions that have similar behaviors and issues that can be devastating for the child and family. The behaviors and clinical issues that come along with PANS, PANDAS, and AE are scary especially when information, providers and treatment is scarce. Parents are left to their own devices to figure out what is

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Can Neurofeedback Training Help My Child?

Through technology, neurofeedback training reinforces and teaches the brain how to self-regulate so a person can focus, be calm, and learn. Without regulating the nervous system, a person can’t pay attention, learn, or take action effectively or optimally. Neurofeedback safely and effectively creates lasting change in the brain over time as it learns to rewire brainwave activity and get into

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Dr. Roseann’s Best Neurofeedback Podcasts

You may be considering neurofeedback as a way to improve your child’s or your own attention, mood, or learning, and listening to Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge’s podcast guest spots is a great way to understand how this well researched tool works.  Dr. Charles Parker, the host of the Corebrain Journal Podcast, and Dr. Roseann discuss the positive effects of neurofeedback on

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What is 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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The Link Between Social Media and Anxiety and Depression

A 2019 study looked at  the online activity and screen use patterns of almost 4,000 adolescents over a four-year period starting in the seventh grade. They found that increased use of social media, television, and computer increases anxiety in teenagers. I know cue a huge eye roll… like we needed a study to tell us that.  Even though the information

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ADHD and neurofeedback

Interested to know more about ADHD and neurofeedback? You know your child has ADHD, they are unfocused, can’t follow directions, and struggle with being distractible, but there’s something about all this talk of medications that just doesn’t sit right with you. As you review the list of possible side effects and your pediatrician talks about tweaking dosage, there’s a feeling

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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

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The Benefits of Short-Term Intensive Psychotherapy

At our center in Ridgefield, CT, we support children and adults experiencing a behavioral, social, or emotional issue every day. As part of these interactions, we use short-term, intensive psychotherapy and brain-based therapies in our BrainBehaviorReset™ Program. For many reasons families seek out short-term, intensive therapy but ultimately they are looking for effective treatment for clinical issues.

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