Address the symptoms of ADHD


Brain Forest can help superheroes of all ages with symptoms of attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD

In many cases the root causes of ADHD symptoms may be due to anxiety, poor sleep quality, learning disabilities, and improper dietary intake.  We recognize that every superhero in training, young or old, is unique. Our brain assessment and Brain Map will help identify why you or your child may be experiencing specific behaviors.  We will then create a personalized plan, using natural learning abilities, to unleash the power of the brain.

Symptoms of ADD/ADHD

Impulsivity Symptoms
  • Interrupting co-workers often
  • Finishing other people’s sentences
  • Difficulty standing in check-out lines at stores
Hyperactivity Symptoms
  • Difficulty finishing what you start at home
  • Constantly feeling restless
  • Frequently talking too much at social events
Inattentive Symptoms
  • Difficulty paying attention to details/makes careless mistakes
  • Has difficulty sustaining attention
  • Often does not seem to listen when spoken to directly
  • Often unable to follow through on tasks
  • Trouble with organization
  • Avoids tasks requiring sustained mental effort
  • Often loses things necessary for completing tasks
  • Easily distracted
  • Forgetful in daily activities
Hyperactive/Impulse Symptoms
  • Fidgets/squirms
  • Has trouble staying seated
  • Excessive running/climbing or restlessness
  • Trouble with quiet activities
  • Needs to be “on the go”
  • Often talks too much
  • Difficulty awaiting turn
  • Interrupts conversations or intrudes on others

The American Academy of Pediatrics considers neurofeedback a “Level 1” or highly effective intervention for ADD and ADHD. It recognizes the powerful effects of neurofeedback in providing a non-invasive, drug-free treatment for ADD and ADHD as well as a wide range of other disorders.

Jenny P. (daughter, age 10)

“She has been able to focus in school more and her grades are improving.  Her teachers say she participates more often and interacts with the other children more appropriately. At home, she helps around the house and is able to hold long conversations with me and her siblings. Thank you, Brain Forest!”

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