General EVALUATION Services
EVALUATIONS of SPECIFIC Educational Concerns
EVALUATIONS in connection with Medical Concerns
- Neurofeedback Therapy (also known as neurotherapy or EEG biofeedback)
- Neurofeedback is a technique that aims to provide real-time information about brainwave activity to help individuals self-regulate and enhance brain functioning.
- While neurofeedback has been used in various contexts, it can be particularly beneficial for individuals with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety and stress-related disorders, sleep problems, and cognitive impairments or traumatic brain injuries (TBI).
- Neurofeedback has also been utilized to improve performance in sports and other activities that require optimal focus, concentration, and mental clarity as it can enhance the brain's ability to enter an optimal state for peak performance.
- Auditory Integration Training (AIT)
- AIT is a therapeutic intervention designed to help individuals with sensory processing issues related to auditory perception. It involves listening to specially modulated and filtered music through headphones. The music is modified to stimulate the auditory system and promote the integration of sensory information in the brain.
- AIT aims to improved auditory processing, sensory integration, and communication skills. It is often used as part of a comprehensive approach to address difficulties such as hypersensitivity to sound, speech and language delays, and attention-related challenges.
- Talk Therapy (also known as psychotherapy or counseling)
- Talk therapy is a form of mental health treatment that involves talking to a trained therapist or counselor.
- The primary goal of talk therapy is to provide individuals with a supportive and confidential environment where they can discuss their thoughts, feelings, and concerns. This therapeutic conversation can help individuals better understand their emotions, behaviors, and relationships, as well as develop strategies to cope with and overcome various mental and emotional challenges.
- Somatic Therapy
- Somatic therapy, also known as somatic experiencing or body-centered therapy, is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the mind-body connection and the physical experience of emotions and trauma. It is based on the idea that emotional and psychological issues can manifest as physical sensations, tension, and bodily symptoms.
- Somatic therapists work with clients to help them become more aware of their physical sensations and bodily experiences and to use this awareness as a tool for healing and personal growth. For more information, please
Our practice strives to maintain good ties with other professionals in the community so that we can make the most beneficial referrals, consultations, and follow-up for treatment, usually resulting in more effective and shortened treatment.