Using a painless, non-intrusive and non-invasive recording technique, participants get moment to moment information about fluctuations and changes in their brainwave activity, via auditory and visual feedback displayed on a computer screen. Over time, these "brain exercises" can have beneficial effects on behaviors, likely reflecting improvements in stability and flexibility in brain functioning.
Neurofeedback utilizes computer displays that are familiar and dynamic such as video games or movie/cartoon DVDs. In part because of its engaging format, neurofeedback has become a potential means of treatment for a variety of issues, including autism, mood disorders, ADHD, brain trauma, learning disabilities and Asperger's Syndrome.
Training occurs over a series of clinically monitored neurofeedback sessions and is done under the strict guidance of a clinician who has been specially trained in this treatment modality.
For additional information about any of our clinic outreach and home based services, or to schedule an intake, contact:
Kim Tamaren, LMHC
781-329-9365 Ext. 4771
Sharon Kreder, Ph.D.
Clinical and Support Services
STRATTUS at TILL, Inc
20 Eastbrook Road, Suite 104 Dedham, MA 02026
We provide services offsite throughout the greater Boston area at client homes, schools, day treatment and work settings.
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