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ADD, Neurofeedback, and Doing My Taxes Early for No Reason

One year I did my taxes early. Most people wouldn’t find this statement of interest or abnormal in any way. To those of us with depression, ADD and what I simplify to call the consequent anxiety; that was… 397 more words

ADD

A New Hope

When we moved to Arizona, we never expected T to have the difficulties that he has had.  He has been a loving child whose triggers were slow to become aggressive; he was more emotional than physical.   638 more words

Autism

Face your fear with neurofeedback

If I were to tell you that you could learn to control your brain’s activity you might be at least somewhat sceptical. However, learning to regulate neural activity is not unlike learning to control other physiological processes. 1,480 more words

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Balancing the Brain

Our health is important.  Our mental health is extremely important.  Depression is real.  So is anxiety and so many other mental health issues.  This is something that has been on my mind a lot lately.   550 more words

Inspiration

Brain-Circuit-Based Therapies for OCD

I say it over and over again on my blog. The evidence-based psychological treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder is a type of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy known as… 507 more words

Mental Health

What is Neurofeedback?

Dr. Sean Southland is a diversified and established professional with nearly three decades of experience in sports science, motorsport management, philanthropy, and research science. Dr. Southland currently serves as CEO and president of Performance Research Sciences and TrinityTEK Racing Development. 120 more words

Sean Southland

Taking back the brain: Trialling neurofeedback for voice-hearing

Hearing voices (also referred to as ‘auditory verbal hallucinations’) need not be associated with problems. However, for a number of people, they are. Problems are… 200 more words

Psychosis