Published in the online publication: MyWestHartfordLife.com
West Hartford psychotherapist uses neurofeedback training to improve student performance
Monday – July 25, 2011
The student who can never sit still during a teacher’s lesson is often viewed as a “problem child.” However, in many cases these kids are in fact facing their own learning barriers, such as restlessness, inability to maintain visual focus and being easily distracted. As a result, the academic requirements make the child feel “bullied” by the environment as they do not sense that they are able to succeed.