Therapy based on the principles of Neuroplasticity...
Better Brain helps clients who have symptoms of trauma, anxiety, depression, behaviour, emotional, sleep or cognitive challenges.
We look at the underlying symptoms and causes of what is causing your problems and treat the brain's dysregulation to manage it's functionality. When the brain works better, you work better.
Better Brain provides Neurofeedback and other Neuroscience based methods to clients to enhance their brain’s performance. By the use of EEG certain areas of the brain can be targeted and ‘trained’ to behave at an optimum level.
Improve your quality of life with better concentration, focus and memory! Learn to sleep well. Learn what ‘type’ of brain you have and what you can do to enhance your brain health.
Better Brain is an Amen Affiliated Education Center using Dr Amen's assessments and treatment methods within our practice.
Better Brain incorporates various of Psychotherapy techniques combined with methods that has been proved to enhance Neuroplasticity and create individualised personal training plans for clients to reach their goals and enhance their mental health.
We are located at South Sydney Psychology and Trauma Services, Sutherland Shire, Sydney.
Better Brain =
Clinical Assessment + Brain Regulation + Formulation of treatment protocol to maximise brain functioning and enhance brain regulation.
Neurofeedback is therapeutic training tool that can be effectively used to minimise symptoms of a variety of mental health conditions and increase cognitive skills.
By operant conditioning the brain learns through this therapeutic intervention to self-regulate their brain through awareness of internal brain states via computerised feedback of their brainwaves.
Better Brain uses Neurofeedback as part of a holistic approach and combined with psychotherapy/other therapies, lifestyle choices and Neuro coaching to help clients to maximise their potential and learn to overcome challenges.
"Neurofeedback is a powerful treatment for traumatic stress"
- Bessel van der Kolk, MD, Professor of Psychiatry
Monday: 8:30 - 6pm,
Tuesday: 8:30 - 6pm
Friday: 8:30 - 7pm