Better Brain - Be the best you can be!
Clinical Applications
People who suffer from the following psychological disorders will benefit from Neurotherapy:
  • Addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • TBI and stroke
  • Migraines
  • Panic attacks
  • Mood disorders
  • OCD
  • Rage
  • Improved task performance
  • Improved emotional and affect regulation
  • Conduct disorder, ODD
  • Tics, Tourette's Syndrome
  • Autism
  • PDD
  • Improved socialization
  • Motor skills (handwriting, clumsiness)
  • PTSD
  • Consentration, cognitive function
  • Normalisation of sleep (Insomnia, frequent wakings, not rested after sleep)
  • Pain
For specific research that relates to your problem and how neurotherapy can help, click on the Bibliography link.
For other people's success stories visit my blog and read the testimonials of other's who has used SmartMind2 with Captain's Log Brain Games.

Peak Performance
Anyone who wants to improve the functionality of their brain can benefit from neurotherapy and cognitive training.
The brain is the command center that drives the body’s performance. How it functions affects an athlete’s control of focus, speed of reaction, quality of sleep, efficiency of motor movement, emotional reactivity, and ability to mentally recover after an error. When the brain is able to efficiently function, an athlete is better at performing under pressure, sustaining focus, as well as mentally resetting during competition.
Neurotherapy is a process which uses technology to provide an athlete with more information about what their brain is doing than their normal senses provide. It produces “real-time” feedback that helps athletes learn to associate the proper feeling with the most effective brainwave activity. This training allows athletes to learn how to suppress brainwaves associated with low performance and increase brainwaves associated with optimal brain function.
Peak performance training is suitable for:
  • Athletes
  • Business Executives
  • Sportsmen
  • Artists
  • Sustaining Focus
  • Increasing Reaction Time
  • Managing High Pressure
  • Screening out Distraction
  • Mental Re-setting
Stimulate brainwaves for better performance
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