We’re excited to announce that Neurocore now offers counseling at all of our centers! In order to best meet the needs of our clients, we’ve decided to broaden our services to now include counseling. Over the past few months we’ve been hard at work ironing out all the details from easy scheduling to insurance coverages, and now we’re excited to be officially accepting counseling appointments.
Because we’re such believers in the importance of the mind-body balance here at Neurocore, we start each new counseling client with an initial assessment. This comprehensive assessment includes a brainwave analysis using qEEG technology, heart rate and breathing analysis, other clinically-validated diagnostic tools, and a clinical interview. Based on the information gathered at your assessment along with the concerns and goals discussed with your therapist, we’ll develop a client-centered therapeutic approach.
What does all this mean for you? If you’re already going through our neurofeedback program, nothing needs to change! You can continue your brain training without any disruption, or you can choose to schedule a counseling appointment and run counseling and neurofeedback sessions congruently. If you’re new to us, you can choose to do either neurofeedback sessions, counseling, or both! We’ll just ask to schedule your neurofeedback sessions and counseling sessions on different days to help prevent any brain fatigue and ensure you get the most out of each appointment. Our goal is to provide our clients with the best treatment plan for their needs.
While there may be information on the Neurocore website relating to certain conditions, should a medical condition exist, promptly see your own physician or health provider. Neurocore does not offer medical diagnosis or treatment advice. Neurocore makes no claims that it can cure any conditions, including any conditions referenced on its website or in print materials, including ADHD, anxiety, autism, depression, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, migraines, headaches, stress, sleep disorders, Alzheimer’s and dementia. If you take prescription medications for any of these conditions, you should consult with your physician before discontinuing use of such medications.