Tuesday, March 29, 2011

LENS Neurofeedback and ILS (Integrated Listening System)

Speaker: Kelly Montross
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: 39 West 14th Street Suite 307/308, New York

Come learn about Low Energy Neurofeedback. It has many of the same positive benefits of standard neurofeedback without some of the negatives. The main goal of both forms of neurofeedback is to build new neurons or pathways in the brain which is what is referred to as neuroplasticity. LENS neurofeedback uses radio waves at a much smaller frequency than the traditional form. This can alleviate a whole range of unwanted symptoms such as headaches, tics, sleep disturbances, anxiety and behavioral problems. Many parents with children on the spectrum have reported very positive results.

LENS neurofeedback does not require the patient to do anything, so children are able to sit passively and even watch a video during their session. This is especially good for children with attention disorder issues. Another plus is that LENS only needs to be done once a week as opposed to traditional neurofeedback that usually requires several sessions per week for longer durations.

Kelly will also talk about using Integrated Listening System alongside LENS, which she feels compliment each other. ILS sound and movement programs may improve learning, attention and processing abilities.

So whether you are a newcomer to neurofeedback or have tried the standard form and would like to find out more about LENS and ILS ....then Kelly's event is for you.

For more information, including directions to our events, please visit our website at www.naanyc.org

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