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Brain mapping

Brain mapping helps people understand their brain function better. Through a sqEEG reading, we can identify specific areas of the brain that may be contributing to ADHD symptoms. It will allow us to develop a personalised neurofeedback training programme tailored to your needs and goals.


Brain mapping takes two sessions:

  1. Brain data reading provides a visual representation of brain activity. We'll use a headband and an electrode that reads electrical brain activity. Somewhat similar to how a GP would use a stethoscope to listen to someone's breathing or heartbeat. This data allows us to see any irregularities in brainwaves that may be contributing to ADHD symptoms.

  2. Discussing the brain data and creating a plan tailored to your individual needs. By analysing the data, we can pinpoint specific areas of the brain that may be under or overactive. This can help create a tailored brain training plan using neurofeedback training. Neurofeedback training can help manage ADHD symptoms as well as related conditions: get better sleep, regulate emotions, manage anxiety, depression and energy levels.


You can see sample sqEEG maps below.

qEEG brain maps

Assessment will help us formulate clear goals to work towards and give us an idea of how long it is likely to take.

Brain map will be the foundation for our ongoing work together. If you decide not to carry with the neurofeedback training, the assessment can still provide valuable into why certain things may be difficult and what other strategies can be used to manage that. 

How it works
  • The first session takes place in person, at Acorn Therapy Clinic in Ashurstwood, West Sussex. We can have the second session in person or meet online.

  • The fee for the assessment is £250. It covers both sessions.

  • When you are ready to book your assessment, please go to my calendar and choose a date and time that works for you. 

  • If you have any questions, please email me at or book an initial consultation

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