Brain Transformation is most effective in resolving symptoms of Central Nervous Symptom dysfunction. These include symptoms of ADD, ADHD, Seizures and sub-clinical seizure activity, severely disruptive behavior disorders such as Conduct Disorder, Reactive Attachment and Bipolar Disorder, Autistic spectrum and pervasive developmental delay, Cerebral palsy, concussive injuries, PTSD, Acquired Brain Injury, and Births Trauma.
Brain Transformation & Light Therapy work extremely well with the symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury, no matter how long ago the incident occurred. The trauma can be from a physical blow, a concussive injury, a psychological incident (PTSD), or any other incident(s) which results in a decrease in cognitive ability.Many children have sleep problems that can be helped such as bed wetting, sleep walking, sleep talking, teeth grinding, nightmares, and night terrors.Brain Transformation can also be helpful with many of the symptoms of adolescence including drug abuse, suicidal behavior, anxiety and depression.
Because it is not a one size fits all, every brain is unique. We will recommend the right modality for you base on your lifestyle, budget, schedule and desired outcomes!
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WHAT IS NEUROPTIMAL®? NeurOptimal® is the world’s first and only Dynamical system. No matter where you’re starting from, given the right information about itself every brain can reveal its best.
WHO IS NEUROPTIMAL® FOR? Anyone with a brain! There are no circumstances that preclude its use, and there is nothing to ever change when you do use it. There is no expertise required — just hit Go and you’re off. HOW DOES NEUROPTIMAL® WORK? NeurOptimal® is simple. But its simplicity belies its power. There is no outside person having to evaluate you or decide what training you need. It’s your brain effectively communicating with itself.
Each client’s EEG signals are unique to them and constantly changing. The LENS measures these ever changing signals of the client, and matches the treatment to the client’s own physiological (neurological) fingerprint. Traditional neurofeedback requires conscious attention to stimuli for sessions that are 45-60 minutes long. Results are typically attained over 40 or more sessions. LENS does not require any focused attention, and the person does not need to do anything specific during the session. The treatments themselves last between a few seconds and a few minutes (more than one area may be treated during a session), and results are typically seen in 1-20 sessions. This makes LENS an excellent option for all individuals, including those who are unable to attend for lengthy periods of time and/or who are unable to understand instructions.
How Does the LENS Work?
The LENS works by disrupting the maladaptive patterns or looping mechanisms that the brain has acquired in response to acute conditions such as birth trauma, concussion resulting from a sports accident, addiction, anoxic event, etc. The LENS encourages the brain to release these inhibitive patterns, and adapt a higher functioning neural circuitry.
Is the LENS Compatible with Other Treatments?
LENS may be utilized as the primary treatment approach, or as an adjunct to other therapies. Patients of all ages, from young children to older adults, have benefited from LENS.
The Brain-Trainer Whole-Brain Training PlanThe Neurofeedback Training Problem:Regardless of how the EEG assessment is done, most brains show multiple areas of potential neurofeedback training in a linked system of patterns. Z-score training attempts to train all identified sites/measures to the population average. Other systems identify one or a few protocols and sites to change the whole pattern. What is a Whole-Brain Training Circuit?
TQ7’s training plan defines 4-6 training sessions, each focusing on a specific area or training issue. You train one block in each session, cycling through all of them before starting again. This approach recognizes that brain habits are stabilized by interlocking relationships of activation patterns. It is possible to change them by working a single site or pattern, but our trainers report that working all the related findings in an organized way—like circuit training in a gym—shows fast, stable responses with minimal negative reactions.
What do we mean by Whole-Brain?
The Whole-Brain Training Plan covers multiple systems: the prefrontal executive center, symmetry and connectivity relationships among the brain’s 4 quadrants, the sensory-motor cortex, the anterior cingulate, the default-mode network and the salience network. Patterns of frequency/amplitude and efficiency of linkage help identify key issues to become part of the training plan. It also responds to amplitude spikes which may be related to head injuries and generalized levels of activation. In many plans each circuit of 4-6 sessions also includes deep-states peak performance training as well.
How does the plan work?
Each block includes 3-4 segments to be completed in a one-hour session. Each segment defines exactly where to place the electrodes. It identifies a brain-trainer training design to be used, including which frequencies to train if necessary. And it specifies eyes closed or eyes open training and training period.