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What is Neurofeedback?

Progamming Exclusively Designed For Middle School Students

What is neurofeedback therapy?

Neurofeedback therapy is a non-invasive treatment that targets brain waves in order to regulate the brain and nervous system. It can help with a large variety of things. The most significant improvements are classified with executive functioning, cognitive flexibility and sustained attention. Asheville Academy offers neurofeedback treatments to their students to help them grow and develop further.

Most Students at Asheville Academy are working on symptoms such as

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Social Interactions

  • ADHD
  • OCD
  • Reactivity/Tantrums

  • Sleep Issues
  • Impulsivity

Neurofeedback Effects

  • Verbal Memory

    This will help your child remember a scheduled test, an appointment, or to take their medication.

  • 2

    Executive Functioning

    Improved executive functioning can be seen while completing tasks. Your child will be able to manage multitasking as well as the skill of rapid decision making.

  • 3

    Cognitive Flexibility

    Your child will improve their impulse control, decision-making, and learn how to better attend a conversation. Centers around the relevance in reasoning.

  • 4

    Sustained Attention

    Your child’s control over their behavior will improve as well as their understanding of self-regulation.

  • 4

    Sleep Quality

    Sleep quality and the ability to fall asleep faster are other benefits to neurofeedback. Your child’s sleep time will increase if needed giving them the amount of rest their body requires.

Learn more about Neurofeedback at Asheville Academy

Fun Facts
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Number of Students in Neurofeedback since Jan. 2017

87.5

%

Improved Cognitive Flexibility and Executive Functioning

68

%

Improved Composite Memory

62

%

Improved Processing Speed