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Brain Training and Neurofeedback Therapy for ADHD​


Brain Training and Neurofeedback Therapy for ADHD

Leading Medication-Free Treatment for Neuropsychological Conditions

Neuropsychological conditions like ADHD, ASD, OCD, Dyslexia, and more can significantly impact the daily lives of parents and children living with them. They may struggle in school, work, physical activities, or social interactions.

Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic leverages innovative technologies and research-backed methodologies to provide comprehensive support and care for clients struggling with neuropsychological conditions. Although many mental healthdisorders are treated with medication, these medications typically don’t address the root cause of symptoms. We provide exhaustive neuropsychological assessments that uncover weaknesses in cognitive functions and allow us to see how the brain functions from the ground up. We then design personalized treatment plans that allow you to take control of your brain function and transform your life.

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How Neuropsychological Evaluations Help You Live Your Best Life

During a neuropsychological evaluation, you or your child will be asked to perform various tasks designed to measure different aspects of brain function, such as attention, memory, language, problem-solving, and executive functioning. The results of these neuropsychological tests can help identify any weaknesses or impairments in brain function and provide insight into how these impairments may impact you or your child’s daily life.

In addition to standardized tests, our clinicians may also observe you and your child’s behavior and interactions with others and gather information from interviews and medical records. This provides a more comprehensive understanding of the individual’s functioning and helps to identify any underlying conditions or contributing factors.

The goal of a neuropsychological assessment is to determine the best way to provide well-being for your or your child’s body and mind. Our focus is not just to uncover weaknesses in cognitive and behavioral abilities but to identify what you or your child excels at—we operate off a strength-based model that helps you improve your quality of life from the ground up.

How Neuropsychological Evaluations Help You Live Your Best Life

At Abbey Neuropsychology, we provide a wide range of treatment options for our clients and their children, including our Tranformative Brain Program, neurofeedback therapy, visual-sensory training, reading interventions, and more. No matter what impacts you, we can provide you with the tools that help you transform your life.


Neurofeedback Therapy

Neurofeedback therapy, also known as EEG biofeedback, is a type of treatment that uses sensors to measure brain activity and provide feedback to the individual in real time. The goal of neurofeedback therapy is to help individuals learn to control their brain waves and improve their overall brain function. Neurofeedback therapy is used to treat a variety of conditions, including ADHD, anxiety, depression, and more.


Biofeedback Therapy

Biofeedback therapy uses sensors to measure physiological activity, such as heart rate, muscle tension, and skin temperature in real time. Biofeedback therapy helps individuals learn to control their bodily functions and improve their overall physical and mental well-being. Biofeedback therapy is used to treat a variety of conditions, including anxiety, hyperactivity, and imbalances in self-regulation.

Vision Sensory Training

Visual-Sensory Training

Visual-sensory training uses visual and sensory stimuli to improve brain function and sensory processing. It is often used to treat individuals with sensory processing disorders, learning disabilities, and other neurological conditions. Visual-sensory training can involve various techniques, such as eye-tracking exercises, visual perception tasks, and sensory integration activities.


Psychotherapy and Parent Therapy

Psychotherapy involves talking with a trained therapist to address emotional and mental health concerns. It can be conducted in individual, group, or family sessions and may include a variety of techniques, such as cognitive-behavioral or mindfulness-based therapies. Parent therapy focuses on addressing parents’ specific needs and concerns, typically in the context of parenting a child with behavioral or emotional challenges.

Executive Functioning Skills Coaching Program

Executive Function Therapy

Executive function therapy focuses on improving the cognitive skills known as executive functions. Executive function therapy may involve a variety of techniques, such as goal setting, problem-solving, and time management training. Executive function therapy improves an individual’s ability to manage their daily life and achieve their goals.

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Attention and Focus Training

Attention and focus training is designed to improve an individual’s ability to focus and maintain attention on a task or activity. It involves several techniques, such as mindfulness exercises, brain games, and cognitive-behavioral strategies. Attention and focus training is used to treat conditions such as ADHD, traumatic brain injury, and other neurological disorders affecting an individual’s ability to concentrate and pay attention.

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Gross Motor Movement and Cognitive Training

Gross motor movement and cognitive training combine physical exercise with cognitive tasks to improve brain function and physical abilities. This type of training is used to treat conditions such as traumatic brain injury and developmental delays.

Reading Interventions

Reading Interventions

Reading interventions are used to help individuals who are struggling with reading or to support children’s development of reading skills. Reading interventions can take various forms, including phonics instruction, reading comprehension strategies, and reading fluency exercises.

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Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP)

SSP uses music and auditory stimulation to improve sensory processing and communication skills in individuals with autism, sensory processing disorder, and other conditions. It involves listening to specially designed music through headphones for a prescribed amount of time each day for several weeks.

Reach Out to Abbey Neuropsychology Today to Discover Your Treatment Plan

Dealing with neuropsychological conditions can be challenging for many families. That’s why we’re committed to providing comprehensive, personalized treatment plans for all our clients. We strive to provide you with the tools to improve your core brain function and transform your daily life.

Contact us today to set up a prediscovery consultation and learn more about our treatment options.

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