At Brain Mind Wellness, we help you upgrade your hardware (Brain) and software (Mind) to achieve Transformational Wellness.
Our mission at Brain Mind Wellness is to facilitate positive changes and empower lives. We seek to help our clients develop a healthier brain, a healthier mind, and a happier existence through research-based, holistic and natural methods. Neurofeedback helps you to:
Let’s upgrade your hardware (brain) and your software (mind) to achieve transformational wellness.
Neurofeedback is a safe, non-invasive, drugless approach to train your brain. Transform unhealthy, unregulated brainwave patterns into normal, healthy, organized ones.
Psychotherapy can help people with a wide variety of mental illness and emotional difficulties, eliminating or controlling burdensome symptoms allowing better well-being.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences.
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Have you ever noticed that children diagnosed with ADHD often struggle with self-esteem or depression issues as well? This is likely related to children receiving continuous negative messages about themselves, especially when it comes to academics and school work. Children with ADHD are often told that they “would have potential if they weren’t so lazy” […]
If you read Brain Mind Wellness’s last blog post on The Connection between ADHD and Self-Esteem, then you’re aware of the negative messages that many children with ADHD receive throughout their life. The previous blog discussed how proper knowledge and identification of ADHD symptoms can help to reduce the negative messages these children receive. But […]
One of the most well known ways for individuals with autism to receive treatment is with Applied Behavior Analysis. This is a form of behavioral therapy in which a trained practitioner works one on one with the child to teach them cues for specific behaviors, appropriate responses, and then rewards the child when they engage […]