Worried Parent? Nothing can create as much anxiety, worry, or stress for parents as watching their child struggle. As a father of two, I’ve lost plenty of sleep myself– sometimes worrying, sometimes just hoping for the best for them. It was my own horrible experiences as a child with Attention Deficit Disorder that led me to practice neurotherapy. I understand what you and your child are going through and I want to help.
All of us want the best for our children. Yet when you see your child struggle it can be a very lonely feeling.
Teachers and school staff are so busy and have so few resources to offer. Doctors can usually only offer medication. Don’t get me wrong. Sometimes medication can be very helpful. But it always comes with side effects and these days most come with so many “Black Box Warnings” it seems less and less like a good idea. Neurofeedback, provided by the only licensed mental health therapist in the Tri-cities area, offers a safe, clinically proven alternative to medications for the treatment of ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, and more.
Being a parent isn’t easy but you don’t have to do this alone. Don’t make the mistake that others sometimes make, just waiting and hoping that your child “will grow out of it.” Unfortunately that doesn’t always happen and far too
often, problems that begin in childhood can negatively affect your children well into their adult lives. Don’t wait until your child’s problems become so stressful that it begins to effect your health, your work, or your relationship with your significant other.
If your child is struggling, whether he just isn’t living up to his potential at school, or she is having serious problems with depression or anxiety, there is help. Even older adolescents often lack the vocabulary, experience, and insight to gain much from traditional talk therapy. My desire to help children was one of the reasons I became interested in neurotherapy, which combines the best of age-appropriate talk therapy, with neurofeedback. I invite you to explore the resources available on this site regarding neurotherapy, including this video.
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