In our neuromodulation programs, we combine technology with psychotherapy (’talk therapy’’) to help boost the brain’s natural ability to modify how it functions through learning and training.
In effect, our programs are a way to rewire the brain and help you or your child self-regulate sleep, behaviour, emotions and your general wellbeing. Programs adopted in our clinics are completely safe and scientifically proven to provide long-term benefits. And while you or your child may currently be taking medication as part of your treatment, our programs are medication-free.
Help for Depression & OCD
Outpatient TMS combined with Psychotherapy
TMS is recommended for people with Depression who do not respond to anti-depressant medications. At neuroCare we combine this technique with Psychotherapy which, in our research and experience, is shown to have longer-lasting effects (Donse et al. 2017).
Help for concentration, behaviour (ADHD) and sleep
QEEG informed Neurofeedback
Neurofeedback is a well-researched and non-invasive training method to improve inattention, hyperactivity and sleep problems, allowing a person to self-regulate and influence brain activity to more appropriate behaviour. Suited for children (6 years +), adolescents and adults.
Psychotherapy (e.g. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) is a well-known and evidence-based technique to help people with a range of mental health concerns and also is also proven to enhance the effects of other device-assisted neuromodulation therapies such as TMS and Neurofeedback.
neuroCare Clinics are experienced in offering a range of therapy programs for children as young as 3 years presenting with ADHD or ADD, learning or behavioural disorders, speech and language delay, dyslexia, autism spectrum disorder, developmental delay and sleep problems.
Auditory training develops the ability of the auditory system to differentiate between fine differences in frequencies and other auditory skills. These skills underlie many processes such as language development, auditory information processing and auditory discrimination. Difficulties within these domains may lead to the development of auditory processing difficulties, poor auditory attention, poor short term auditory memory skills and other difficulties.
neuroCare is innovating mental health and performance by personalising therapy following a detailed assessment. neuroCare’s objective, measurable and effective approach is based on our natural ability to learn (neuroplasticity) and technology to accelerate the learning (neuromodulation).