Behaviour Disturbances: An indication of various problems

Behaviour disturbances are not always indicative of naughtiness or disciplinary problems only. It could be suggestive of brain dysfunctions causing: Epilepsy: an epileptic patient may present with mood swings, uncontrolled aggression, social problems, seizures and learning disabilities. Behaviour problems are seen in conduct disorder and manifest in lying, stealing, uncontrolled aggression,...
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ADHD: Research proves efficacy of Neurofeedback (NF) Training

Substantial empirical evidence has been compiled by a number of editors, on research done by neurofeedback clinicians, psychiatrists, clinical technologists, clinical and neuropsychologists, regarding the efficacy of neurofeedback (L M Hirshberg, Sufen Chiu and J A Frazier: CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA. Saunders Publ, January 2005 Volume 14 Nr 1) During the past...
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ADHD: Neurotherapy as part of the Multi-Disciplinary Approach

Daniel Amen describes six types of ADD: Classic ADD, they meet the criteria for both inattentiveness and hyperactivity-impulsivity. The hyperactive-impulsive sufferers are inattentive, distractible, disorganized, hyperactive, restless, impulsive and bouncing off the walls. Inattentive ADD, where sufferers are inattentive, sluggish, slow moving with low level of motivation, daydreaming, the...
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Fox Terrier Children

Is your child amongst the children called fox terrier children? I spoke to a headmaster of a school recently about neurotherapy as an alternative form of treatment for ADD/ADHD, referring to these children’s restlessness. His reaction was, “Oh you mean the ‘fox terrier children'!”, referring to the activity level of a fox terrier. Fox terriers are forever barking, stirring, being...
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