Our team of professional are highly trained and skilled to help our patients address a variety of clinical problems.
Who do we help?:
- People with depression.
- People with anxiety.
- People suffering from bi-polar disorder.
- People with panic disorders.
- People with learning difficulties.
- People with traumatic brain injuries.
- People having difficulties with their children.
- People having difficulties with their parents.
- People having problems coping with stress.
- People trying to cope with medical problems (their own or a family member’s)
- Couples whose marriage is in difficulty.
- People who are coping with court and legal issues.
- People suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
- People with weight issues.
- Women with post partum depression
- Neuropsychological Testing
Neurofeedback provides a method of measuring and providing feedback related to brain function. The ap- propriate use of the feedback allows us to teach the brain how to function more efficiently. The client is provided observable information related to the brain’s actions ( ie. video presentations) . The feedback is then used to reward the client for changing his or her brain patterns to ones that have been demonstrated to be more appropriate patterns. This rewarding of pat- terns is a gradual learning process (often referred to as shaping). Neurofeedback is a self regulating tech- nique that allows the nervous system to function at its personal best. It is essentially biofeedback for the brain
- Stress Management
- Behavioral Medicine.
- Sports psychology.
- Personality Assessment
- Neuropsychological Evaluations.
- Cognitive Assessment
- Memory Evaluations.
- Psychoeducational Testing
- Gifted Testing.
- ADHD and Spectrum Disorders Evaluations.
- Obtaining Appropriate Accommodations for exams such as the SAT and ACT.
- Differential Diagnosis.
- Custody Evaluations.
- Competency Evaluations.
- Career Assessment
Treatment for Children and Adolescents:
We help children and teens who are coping with:
- Childhood Depression and Anxiety.
- Specific Learning Disabilities
- Attention problems.
- Self esteem issues.
- Poor social skills.
- College stress.
- Parent child relationship issues
- Peer pressure and resisting inappropriate requests of friends.
- Drug problems.