Progress Made Easy.





See the change, feel the difference.


Say goodbye to temper tantrums, impulsivity and irritability.


Start looking forward to PTA as your child stops struggling and begins succeeding.

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Learn the things you just can't teach as you hone tact and social nuances.


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Kids love coming, parents love the results.

At neuroclinic, we believe: no pain GO GAIN! Progress doesn't have to be difficult or boring. Clients watch videos and play computer games controlled by their brains! Happy parents, happy kids.


We make your child focused, calm and motivated!

  • Consultation

    Meet with our licensed therapist to discuss why your here and what you hope to achieve.

  • Evaluation

    Have your brain mapped to check for irregular electrical brain activity that is linked to your specific symptoms.

  • Sessions

    1h session twice weekly to play a computer game that's designed specifically for your brain!

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Some Frequently Asked Questions...

Are personalities changed by the training?

Neurofeedback training does not change underlying personality. It may be seen, however, that when some adverse behaviour problems are remediated, the intrinsic innate personality will be more in evidence. For example, in the beginning it may be difficult to dissociate irritability, hot-headedness, or cruelty from a child’s personality. After that behaviour disappears, it is easy to understand that it was never a part of the child’s intrinsic personality. 

Are there side effects to neurofeedback training?

For most conditions, there are no adverse side effects due to the training when conducted by a competent professional. If an occasional negative reaction seems to have occurred, treatment will be adjusted to ensure it quickly fades away. Interestingly, our clients often note positive side effects. Someone undergoing training to treat ADHD, for example, may report improved sleep, or mood. 

Can a successful outcome always be predicted?

It is not possible to predict with certainty that training will be successful for a particular condition. For common conditions, however, a reasonable prediction of outcomes is usually possible. Fortunately at NeuroClinic we assess the effectiveness of training early in the course of training. 


Does neurofeedback improve IQ?

Studies have shown that I.Q. scores generally raise 10 to 20 points after training. This is not because neurofeedback makes people smarter; it simply helps their brains become more efficient and flexible.

Is there a minimum age required for training?

We have success working with kids from age 4. There is no upper age limit for neurofeedback training.

How long do results last?

In most instances, once the brain has learned how to perform at its optimum level it retains this functioning. Think about learning to ride a bicycle. Remember how difficult that was? Did you fall? And then, after a while, you didn’t even have to think about balancing anymore? At a subconscious level, your brain was sending messages to your muscles to do what they needed to do to keep you upright. Even if you haven’t ridden a bicycle in years, if you were to get on one today your brain would quickly remember what it is supposed to do to help you remain balanced.

How many sessions are normally done?

Results from neurofeedback training are seen gradually, over time. Initial progress can be seen within 15 sessions for most conditions. A typical treatment program consists of between 30 and 50 sessions depending upon the conditions being addressed with the average being 40 sessions. The current understanding among neurofeedback researchers is that it takes a minimum of 20 sessions for learning to be consolidated so the client can maintain the gains that have been made. 

How will I know when to reduce or stop medication?

Neurofeedback is not “anti-medication.” We see the two methodologies working together, not against each other. Medication helps support brain function while the brain is learning what it needs to adjust. We tell clients to stay in close contact with their physicians and watch for symptoms of overmedication.

When working with hyperactive children, for example, a parent might report after the tenth session that their child is having trouble sleeping and is irritable (symptoms of stimulant side effects). We would suggest that the child’s doctor be consulted about reducing the child’s medication to see if the problems are remediated. In most cases, this proves to be the solution. As the brain becomes more efficient, it needs less pharmacological help to work optimally.

Why do I need to meet with a social worker?

Our goal is for you to see change. Based on your progressresults, we tweak your therapy for further results. Meeting with a social worker once a month helps you see where you’ve come from and where you’re headed.