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Neurofeedback training to help children manage behavioural issues

One of the key benefits of neurofeedback training is its ability to improve attention and focus in children with behavioral issues. By training children to increase activity in the areas of the brain responsible for concentration and impulse control, neurofeedback helps them develop better attentional skills and reduces impulsivity. This, in turn, leads to improved behavior and academic performance. Additionally, neurofeedback training can enhance emotional regulation in children, helping them better manage their emotions and reduce outbursts of anger or frustration. By teaching children self-regulation techniques, neurofeedback empowers them to better control their impulses and respond to challenging situations in a more adaptive and controlled manner and reduce behavioural issues.

Furthermore, the effects of neurofeedback training have been found to be long-lasting. Research has shown that even after the training period, children continue to experience improvements behavioural issues  and emotional regulation. This suggests that neurofeedback training not only provides immediate benefits but also helps to rewire the brain in a way that promotes lasting positive changes in behavior and emotional well-being. Overall, neurofeedback training holds great promise as a non-invasive and effective intervention for helping children with behavioral issues gain better control over their behavior, emotions, and overall quality of life.

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Neurofeedback training can effectively decrease the frequency, duration, and intensity of behavioral issues. Our program focuses on enhancing the brain's resilience and flexibility, resulting in a noticeable increase in calmness, presence, and focus among our clients.


This positive change often leads to an overall improvement in mood and a more harmonious family environment.

Neurofeedback: A Breakthrough Approach to Helping Children with Behavioural Issues

Neurofeedback, a type of biofeedback, is a non-invasive brain-training technique that has gained attention in recent years for its potential in improving various behavioural issues. This innovative method utilises real-time feedback of brain activity to help individuals self-regulate and retrain their brain function. With its promising results, neurofeedback has shown considerable potential in addressing behavioural issues such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and more. Let's delve deeper into the concept of neurofeedback and explore its effectiveness in improving behavioural issues.

Understanding Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is based on the principle of operant conditioning, where individuals learn to modify their own brainwave patterns. It involves the use of electroencephalography (EEG) to measure brainwave activity and provide immediate feedback through visual or auditory cues. By presenting this feedback, individuals gain awareness of their brain's activity and learn to self-regulate it. This process enables them to modify and improve their brain function over time.

Addressing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other neurological disorders.

ADHD is a common behavioural disorder characterized by impulsive behavior, hyperactivity, and difficulty in sustaining attention. Neurofeedback has emerged as a promising intervention for managing ADHD symptoms and associated behavioural issues. Research has shown that neurofeedback training can lead to significant improvements in attention, impulse control, and hyperactivity in individuals with ADHD. By training the brain to produce specific brainwave patterns associated with focus and attention, neurofeedback helps individuals overcome the challenges associated with ADHD.

Managing Anxiety and Stress

Anxiety disorders are prevalent behavioural issues that can significantly impact an individual's daily life. Neurofeedback training has shown promise in reducing anxiety symptoms and managing stress levels. By training the brain to produce calming brainwave patterns, neurofeedback helps individuals attain a state of relaxation and reduces anxiety levels. It also promotes better self-regulation of emotions, helping individuals cope with stress more effectively.

Improving Social Skills in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder characterised by difficulties in social interaction, communication, and repetitive behaviors. Neurofeedback training has demonstrated potential in improving social skills and reducing stereotypical behaviors in individuals with ASD. By training the brain to exhibit patterns associated with social engagement, neurofeedback helps individuals enhance their social communication skills and reduce the intensity of repetitive behavioural issues.

Enhancing Cognitive Performance

Neurofeedback has also been explored for its potential in enhancing cognitive performance. By training the brain to produce specific brainwave patterns associated with focus, memory, and attention, individuals can improve their cognitive abilities. This has practical applications for students, athletes, and individuals with cognitive impairments who are seeking to enhance their mental performance and overall functioning.


Neurofeedback offers an exciting and non-invasive approach to address a wide range of behavioural issues such as ADHD, anxiety, ASD, and cognitive impairments. By harnessing the brain's ability to self-regulate, this technique enables individuals to retrain their brain function and improve their behavioural and cognitive functioning. As more research is conducted, neurofeedback holds the potential to revolutionise the field of behavioural interventions and empower individuals in their journey towards better mental health and well-being.

How does Neurofeedback training work?

Neurofeedback is an innovative training approach that helps your brain retrain itself to support healthier brainwave activity.

Sit back and relax

Our neurofeedback practitioners begin by ensuring your comfort and position electrodes on your scalp to capture an instant measurement of your brainwave activity.

Let your brain do the work

The Neurofeedback technology communicates with your brain directly, while you watch a movie, play a game, read a book, or listen to music.

Feel your brain change

As your brainwave activity shifts towards a healthier state, your brain receives positive feedback. Through regular sessions, these improvements become ingrained in your brain, leading to long-lasting changes.

What does Neurofeedback training look like?

1 - 2 sessions per week

45-60 minute sessions

20 - 30 sessions*

* The number of sessions required may differ based on the individual's condition. Individuals with more complex conditions might require additional sessions to achieve the best possible results.

How can Neurofeedback help my child?

With regular training, neurofeedback can help decrease the duration, frequency, and intensity of behavioral challenges. Our focus is on training the brain to be more resilient and flexible. As a result, many of our clients experience a greater sense of calmness, presence, and focus. 

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