American Academy of Pediatrics Recognizes Neurofeedback for ADHD

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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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Two inde­pen­dent stud­ies showed neu­ro­feed­back sat­is­fied the cri­te­ria to be ranked as a “Level 1 Best Sup­port” treatment.

Read the arti­cle by Siegfried Oth­mer, PhD that explains why neu­ro­feed­back has met the high­est research criteria.

Please also see the doc­u­ment com­piled by the staff at Brain­Train in the UK that sum­ma­rizes the research basis on which the Amer­i­can Acad­emy of Pediatrics relied.

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