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Neurofeedback for the alleviation of mood instabilities

What is depression? The American Psychological Association describes depression (major depressive disorder) as a medical condition that negatively affects how individuals feel, think and behave. It is characterized by feelings of sadness and/or the loss of interest in...

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An exciting alternative for treating symptoms of ADHD

About ADHD ADHD /ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder, with or without hyperactivity) is a chronic and pervasive developmental condition that presents as problems with sustained attention, impulse control and activity regulation. These symptoms can be very disruptive to...

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Modern Forms of Psychological Assessments

Modern Forms of Psychological Assessments

My last blog provided an overview of the various psychological assessments available in practice. All are valuable tools to understand clients’ functioning; and to support them with important future decisions at any given time of their development stage. But...

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TO ASSES… OR NOT TO ASSESS…

TO ASSES… OR NOT TO ASSESS…

This is the question that many parents are faced with towards the end of the year; the start of a year; as well as in any other transition periods in their child’s life. With so much controversy in psychology surrounding the necessity of testing; and the debate about...

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