I usually get calls from moms looking to help their son or daughter with ADHD. I hear about how these kids struggle with inattentive symptoms, disorganization, and following direction. As the complexity and demand of school increases these kids struggle more. Parents that reach out to me either don't want to medicate their children, or have tried medication that didn't work, didn't manage all the ADHD symptoms, or caused more problems. I love to watch my clients improve, feel better and believe in themselves. Kids deserve to learn and watch their effort in school pay off!
I am so happy to see a mainstream embrace of Neurofeedback for ADHD. Here are a few links for you to check out...
American Academy of Pediatrics: Neurofeedback as Level 1 Best Support for ADHD
Current Research on the Effectiveness of Neurofeedback Treatment for ADHD