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Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback, also known as EEG Biofeedback or Neurotherapy, is a powerful non invasive technique that provides dramatic results for a multitude of symptoms and offers vast untapped potential to help millions of people function at optimum levels.

Similar to the way the body is exercised, toned and maintained, Neurofeedback has been used for over 30 years to help people train their brain to function at its maximum potential. Research shows that you can be taught to self-regulate your brain's electrical signals. Neurofeedback guides you to a specific frequency range of electrical signals--your brain does the rest.

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American Academy of Pediatrics Recognizes Neurofeedback for ADHD

In October of 2012 the American Academy of Pediatrics gave neurofeedback their top rating in application to the behavioral symptoms of ADHD. This means that neurofeedback has met the highest standards currently being applied to the appraisal of psychosocial interventions.

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What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback, also known as EEG Biofeedback or Neurotherapy, is a powerful non invasive technique that provides dramatic results for a multitude of symptoms and offers vast untapped potential to help millions of people function at optimum levels.

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The Power of Floortime™ Play Intervention

Preliminary results from an ongoing randomized controlled trial suggest that children in the DIR® Model and Floortime™ Play Intervention treatment group made significantly greater gains in social interaction skills in comparison to the community treatment group.

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Parent Training Strength of Floortime™ Play Intervention

After the parents added home-based DIR® Model and Floortime™ Play Intervention at an average of 15.2 hours/week for three months, the intervention group made significantly greater gains in all three measures employed in the study.

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Collier H.U.G.S.

In 2009, an NCEF study on mental illness returned disturbing results: Nearly 20 percent of Collier’s children may be suffering from undiagnosed and untreated behavioral health issues. Collier H.U.G.S. addresses the prevention and early identification of mental health issues, including strengthening the mental health component of programs for young children and better integrating primary health care with mental health care.

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Parenting Coordination

Divorce is one of the most life altering experiences you and your children will ever face. Change usually involves letting go of things that are familiar in order that new possibilities can emerge. My commitment in Parenting Coordination is to help you create co-parenting strategies designed to help your children thrive and realize their full potential.

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The HNC Treatment Mission

The Treatment Mission of the Henry Neurorelational Center | HNC is to provide cutting edge psychotherapy treatment services for individuals and families applying specializations in developmental psychology, relationship-based treatment, biological individual differences, and interdisciplinary collaboration.

HNC delivers advanced methodologies, which are unique in Southwest Florida, for children 0-5 and for individuals of any age with what are often misunderstood neurodevelopment issues: including, but not limited to, issues of attachment, autism spectrum, mood disorders, and in utero toxic exposure. The center also treats survivors of trauma, those seeking therapy for personal growth and help in working through challenging life events and relationships.

Primary center activities are: 1. using the Neurorelational Framework to help families and individuals piece together their particular issues of functioning and experience into an orienting “big picture” that serves as a road map for health and personal development; 2. therapeutically engaging with individuals and families to support optimal behavioral functioning, emotional healing, positive relationship formation, personal empowerment and validation/positive development of the client’s sense of meaning; and, 3. collaborating with interdisciplinary treatment team members to provide the most complete resources possible in support of the best outcome.

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