Another week, and you feel exhausted. You can’t sleep well, and you feel drained. You can’t believe this is your life and this is all there is. Life is the same every day, and everything irritates you. . . your boss. . . co-workers, other drivers, the cold. You are burned out with life. . .
OR is this you?
Waking up, you already feel the tension in your chest just thinking about walking into school. There is so much noise, everyone looks at you, and you are afraid that you will say something stupid and everyone will laugh at you. You feel panic coming as the tension in your chest rises, the intrusive thoughts won’t go away, and you want to escape. People expect you to pay attention and focus, but other kids are rustling their papers and whispering. Is this social anxiety or ADHD?
Whatever difficulty or diagnosis you are struggling with, it is preventing you from being who you really are, but you deserve the chance to be who you are meant to be and to live your potential. Everything we do is to help you feel better, do better, and be better.
Maybe you look like you have your crap together, but you don’t feel like you have it together on the inside.
You need relief, but medications cover up symptoms and do not heal your brain, and you are tired of relying on them.
It is time for a brain reboot by combining neurofeedback and psychotherapy for a comprehensive therapy
Even if you are therapied out, there is hope.
Neurofeedback is conducted in hospitals, school systems, drug and alcohol treatment centers, physical rehab centers, and even professional sports teams have their own neurofeedback provider.
It is time for you to take back control of your life, call today.
How can only one system help so many different issues? Your brain is capable of working better than it is. Neurofeedback trains the brain by offering the brain information to work more efficiently and more effectively to optimize your brain functioning. When your brain is working better than it corrects itself.
Neurofeedback may help reduce the symptoms with:
- ADD / ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder)
- Autism (self-regulation)
- Mental health issues
- Mood disorders
- Peak brain or sports performance
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
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