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PATIENT FEEDBACK

Thank you so much! For the first time since my accident and concussion, I've been able to sleep soundly through the night. My colleagues at work mentioned that my sense of humor is back.

Neurofeedback Patient

Dr. Sahar, My husband, and I cannot thank you enough. I am so grateful to have been connected with you because you have been so caring with us.

Parent Training Participant

Thank you Sahar, you have a true blessing. you have a gift! I think you helped me cut ties for good with my boyfriend and face my reality. I know I will be OK.

Psychotherapy Participant

Our sessions feel like such a short while ago, but I am forever grateful for them. Thank you for all of your support.

Parent of a Child with ASD, Participated in Short Term Consultation.

For the first time in 16 years, we got to see another side of Ryan, Once his anxiety started to decrease his desire to engage with others and socialize increased. Six months after neurofeedback he has maintained his gains, his doctor has decreased his Risperidone by half.

Parent of a child with ASD who completed a course of neurofeedback therapy.

My daughter was just accepted into the school of her choice, she was beaming with pride and you have helped make that happen.

Parent of a patient with ADHD, & Learning Difficulties, Child Participated in psychotherapy.

Thank you for all you've done and all the care you've shown.

Combined Psychotherapy and Parent Training Patient

Thank you so much for helping me regain my reading comprehension. For months after my concussion, I could no longer retain or comprehend anything I read. As a graduate student, I was terrified and in deep despair, that I would be forced to give up on my dreams.  The neurofeedback WOKE UP my brain from its confusion. I was able to complete my boards successfully and can enjoy reading again.

Neurofeedback Participant

"Neurofeedback should play a major therapeutic role in many difficult areas.
In my opinion, if any medication had demonstrated such a wide spectrum of efficacy it would be universally accepted and widely used. It is a field to be taken seriously by all."

Frank H Duffy

M.D., Professor and Pediatric Neurologist

Harvard Medical School

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