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Neurofeedback is a drug-free process that helps people with a broad range of symptoms. In addition it is used to help people increase levels of performance in sports and the performing arts.

In some situations other treatments may also be used. For example, in autism spectrum disorders, neurofeedback wakes up the parts of the brain that are under-functioning making the person more able to do things like pay attention, stay calm, interact with people, and talk, preparing the person for other therapies. Other common types of treatment used in combination with neurofeedback include occupational therapy, speech therapy and social skills training.

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(773) 807-0936 |
Email Dr. Kathy Abbott, Psy. D.
3317 W. 95th St., Ste. 205, Evergreen Park, IL 60805

See the following websites for more information
www.isnr.org | www.eegspectrum.com
www.helpforadd.com | www.EMDR.com
Neurofeedback sounds complicated, but it's as simple as learning to ride a bike with training wheels.