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What is Biofeedback Therapy
Every day we use many different kinds of biofeedback. Specialized training can make significant, positive changes in many disorders.

Especially For Parents
Parents of ADHD children want to know how to help. The Smarter Way professionals understand the problems that treating ADHD presents for parents, children and doctors.

The Complexity of the ADHD Brain
The ADHD brain works differently than other brains. The more a person with ADHD tries to concentrate, the harder it becomes to focus.

ADHD Treatment and Research
Studies have shown that EEG Biofeedback Therapy can help make stimulant medication more effective and in some cases eliminate the need for medication all together.

Concentration and ADHD
Neurofeedback training teaches people with ADHD how to better focus their attention to achieve their goals.

Success Rates of Neurofeedback Therapy
Parents and teachers are in agreement. Neurofeedback Therapy helps ADHD children in social situations, at school and in their self-confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers to common questions about Biofeedback Therapy.

Certain disorders are confused with ADHD because their symptoms are similar. For example, anxiety may cause a person to appear hyperactive, agitated, or impulsive. In addition, depression can seem like ADHD in that it interferes with a person’s ability to think clearly and stay focused.  

Clearly, the most important thing for you or a member of your family is to get an accurate diagnosis. Neurofeedback Training, a form of Biofeedback Therapy, is the safe, effective and long-lasting remedy for ADHD. It meets the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry’s clinical guidelines for behavioral management of ADHD. 
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is just one of several difficulties that can result in symptoms of
  • Inattention
  • Impulsivity
  • Hyperactivity

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual IV of the American Psychiatric Association includes Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) as a sub-category of ADHD. People with ADD are not necessarily impulsive or hyperactive, but they struggle with the problems that lack of attention can bring.
e-mail Vicki Jones  (713) 523-06282211 Norfolk Street, Suite 140Houston, TX 77098
Since 1976
The American Academy of Pediatrics ranks neurofeedback at the highest level of support for the treatment of ADHD