• ADHD can manifest with or without hyperactivity or Behaviour Disorders. Most children with ADHD can be well behaved and polite and are beautiful children of normal intelligence and many have above average intelligence. However, they can often be overly inattentive and be easily distracted, they can… more
  • Since the 1970s, Applied Neuroscience research and clinical practice have shown that through Neurotherapy, we can push the brain's plasticity and promote normalisation of the brain patterns that underlie ADHD behaviours. Neurotherapy has been shown to be as effective as stimulant medication for… more
  • Over the past few decades, neuroscientists have conducted an intense study of the brain's electrical functioning. With the dawning of the "Digital Age", the "art" of medical specialists who visually inspect EEG records has been enhanced by the "pattern recognition" capabilities of a computer… more
  • Disruptive Behaviour Disorder is an expression used to describe a set of externalising negative behaviours that co-occur during childhood. There are three subgroups of externalising behaviours; Oppositional Defiant and Conduct Disorder and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Treatment at the… more