I believe that as you are researching your support options, it is important to have an opportunity for us to meet, for you to ask any questions you might have to see how comfortable you feel with talking with me. I tried to make booking this call as easy as possible - please go to my calendar and choose a time that works for you. As soon as you have booked the call, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link and a short questionnaire that will help me prepare for our call.
Neurofunctional assessment 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.
Neurofeedback therapy is an evidence-based and non-invasive treatment that helps adults and children to train their brainwaves to achieve a healthier state – like exercise, but for the brain. It can help reduce symptoms associated with ADHD and other conditions, for example: ASD, anxiety, depression and trauma. It can also be used to improve performance and enhance one’s overall well-being.
Circle of Security Parenting
How we pay attention impacts how we bond with other people. Difficulty focusing and impulsivity can make it challenging for parents to show up for their children. At the same time, children with ADHD often need more support with self-care, day-to-day tasks, regulating their emotions and managing their behaviour. Studies show that children with ADHD tend to have more insecure attachment patterns than their peers without ADHD. Nurturing attachment security can be an important piece of the puzzle you are trying to solve. Circle of Security Parenting course is a step-by-step process based on decades of attachment research. It offers a map for parents who want to raise emotionally secure children, regardless of their circumstances and challenges.
ADHD often co-exists alongside anxiety, depression, substance abuse, sleep dysregulation, eating disorders and trauma. Other mental health conditions can make ADHD symptoms worse, and it can be difficult to treat them without addressing ADHD first. I use a combination of Neurofeedback training and Bainspotting to help the nervous system find its balance again and process traumas that have cropped up along the way.