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Brainwave Frequencies: What Are They?

Posted on: January 11th, 2022

Brain waves represent patterns of electrical activity produced by the brain. The brain is made up of billions of neurons that use electrical signals to transmit information.  When groups of neurons fire together in a certain way to send signals to other groups of neurons, the resulting patterns are known …

ADHD & Comorbid Conditions

Posted on: January 4th, 2022

Contemporary studies have shown that around 60% of people with ADHD have at least one comorbid condition. An accurate ADHD evaluation must screen for far more than ADHD, which reveals potential comorbid conditions. Though 60% of those with ADHD have some comorbid psychiatric condition, they rarely factor into psychiatric evaluations, …

Brain Mapping Basics (Part 2)

Posted on: December 28th, 2021

Click here for part 1. Aside from just using MRIs and qEEG tests, brain mapping techniques and therapies may involve analyzing the five major types of brain waves. Brain waves can be analyzed for a greater understanding of client needs or thought patterns and to develop effective treatment plans. There …

Brain Mapping Basics (Part 1)

Posted on: December 21st, 2021

Brain mapping consists of many techniques and technologies used to scan and map electrical activity in the brain. Tools used in brain mapping can study the structure of the brain or overall brain function through examining the physical layout of the brain or measuring electrical activity and where it takes …

What Brain Mapping Has Shown Us (So Far)

Posted on: December 14th, 2021

Brain mapping reports consist of several pages of data that show how different parts of the brain function. Why is brain mapping useful? Brain maps can help us see which parts of our brains function normally or abnormally and if there are triggers for these functions. This information can help …

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