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Old 11-21-17, 02:39 AM
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Re: EEG and Biofeedback Therapy

Good luck ... Sounds like your expectations are thoroughly realistic and reasonable.

My current therapist used to specialized in ADHD treatment with biofeedback and neurofeedback (eeg) ... he no longer uses those methods ... because he concluded that he could do some of the same work without all the equipment.

But he still does a lot of work with me on meditation and various forms of concentration (which is sorta what the neurofeedback is all about) ... And he he has led me through biofeedback exercises, which I use ...

With a little luck, there's a good chance your child will get a lot out of the treatment. My therapist is one of the smartest people I know ...

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