Skills for Life

The habits formed during childhood can lay the groundwork for a lifetime. As young people navigate the path of life, making decisions that shape their future, it’s imperative that these choices are made with a mind that is clear, joyful, and emotionally balanced. Neurofeedback is a pivotal tool in this journey, aiding in the development of essential life skills.

Focus and Learning

In academic settings, the ability to focus and concentrate is crucial. These abilities are not only beneficial but essential for effective learning and memory retention. Our neurofeedback brain training aims to enhance these key skills, thereby improving mental performance and reducing anxiety and increasing confidence.

Emotional Balance and Social Skills

A key aspect of neurofeedback training is its ability to engage and refine emotional control. This is particularly beneficial for young individuals, aiding them in navigating the complex social landscapes of their lives. Enhanced emotional regulation contributes to better social interactions, fostering positive relationships and a healthy sense of self.

Growing Brains

Our approach is centred on allowing a child’s true personality to shine. When children are comfortable with who they are, they naturally perform at their best, regardless of age or circumstance.

Neurofeedback Training

Every session is tailored to meet the unique needs of each child, ensuring the best possible outcomes.  Children tend to really engage with the training and love the sessions.  They build friendships with their therapists and enjoy watching their favourite TV shows whilst their brain learns to step out of unhealthy patterns into greater flexibility.   Higher function is restored  including enhanced emotional balance, increased processing speed, and improved inter-brain area communication.

Our goal is to equip young minds with the skills they need for life. Through our comprehensive programme, we aim to foster a generation of individuals who are not only academically proficient but also emotionally intelligent, socially adept, and true to themselves.

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Frequently asked
questions

Some people find that neurofeedback sessions can make them temporarily tired, as is the case with any form of exercise. Others find it energising. It all depends on your baselines and goals.

Neurofeedback benefits tend to be different for each individual. With consistent training the new neuro-connections / pathways are integrated and become dominant over time. A healthy lifestyle does help to support the process.

Neurofeedback is not yet recognised by the NHS.

If you are located in the USA, Neurofeedback is covered by most US health insurance companies.

Any reductions in medication should be handled by your doctor. NEVER stop taking or alter your dosage of prescribed medications without consulting with the prescribing physician.

We don’t diagnose, nor is a diagnosis required to understand the problem. We map your brain, looking for areas of over or under-activity that correspond to your symptoms, and design a brain training programme to help you move forward.

For this reason, neurofeedback is better viewed as ‘personal training’ rather than a ‘treatment’; a way to shift your mind out of stuck patterns to relieve the corresponding symptoms. Nor is neurofeedback a ‘cure’ for these diagnosed conditions; we work toward symptom resolution by resolving the underlying imbalances.

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