Brain Mapping at Cognitive Performance & Health
Brain Mapping is a way of studying the brain where behaviors of the brain are mapped to show specific function. At Cognitive Performance & Health, we use the methods of computer training to reduce anxiety and improve executive function. We also see children with trauma induced ADD/ADHD.
Brain mapping records the brain’s electrical activity at multiple sites on the surface of the scalp. The maps are then compared to a database of healthy normal individuals the same age as the client. Once the assessment is complete, we develop a treatment protocol that specifies the sites on the scalp and brain wave elements to be trained.
The client is then setup for brain training and the client gradually learns to produce changes in their brain patterns to improve their ability to think, feel, focus and decrease fear and improve memory.
See an example of a Brain Mapping report here.
Here’s an example of what getting a brain map will look like. The brain mapping cap resembles a swimmers cap, although not as tight. We squirt gel into the 19 holes on the head and then collect the data.
The QEEG data that is collected will then guide our Neurofeedback Protocols, which can treat and improve the following:
Stress, Academic Performance, ADD, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety
Attention, Memory, Impulse Control, Peak Performance
Mood, Sleep, Concussions
Executive Processing, Attentiveness, Emotional Trauma
Our newest addition is sLORETA ( Standardized Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography)