Tag: brain fitness

08/06: How a Bump on the Head Can Ruin It All

“But, how did my brainwaves get ‘out of whack’?, asked Meghan*, a new client and college student in her early 20s. Meghan had struggled with depression and anxiety throughout her childhood and teens, but found that it was worsening as

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07/09: Making Time for What’s Important

Recently, I was speaking with a colleague about the brain training process. She was interested in trying it out, but was having some concerns about fitting it into her schedule. “You know,” said Carol*, “It would be a lot easier

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01/10/2014: Why Train?

In the past when I worked as a speech therapist in rehab, the number one thing I would hear from my patients was “Why do I have to do this? I don’t want to work on my brain; I want

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Shocking!!!

When I first started providing brainwave training, I was working with an 11 year old girl who struggled with sleep difficulties, attention problems, anxiety, and a diagnosis of Asperger’s. During her first session, the anxiety was quite apparent; she had

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03/13: Is this Normal?

“Is this normal?” I think this is the number one question I hear in our office. It can be related to a number of things, but most often clients ask it in regard to their experiences of brainwave training. People

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