You’re swimming in your to-do list and can’t focus on it to save your life.
It’s hard enough most days, but the additional crisis that happened last week is making it damn near impossible.
You wish other people could understand what you go through on a daily basis. They take the ease in which they move through life for granted.
It’s so painful to have ADD/ADHD.
You feel like you have to work ten times harder, ALL THE TIME.
And it has been this way your whole life.
You have been able to accomplish much by sheer force of will in short bursts, along with medication, but you are exhausted. This is no way to live, but what else can you do?
Is it caving in to try adding more medication? It seems like the only option left at this point.
Believe it or not, you can get better without adding more meds.
Evidenced-Based Treatment that gets Results!
The treatments create permanent and lasting change, and each treatment brings you closer to the possibility of being off of medications.
When LENS neurofeedback is combined with psychotherapy, it greatly assists you in working with the thought and behavior patterns that are wreaking havoc in your life, enabling you to create dramatic improvements in a short period of time.
As a mindfulness practitioner of the last 20 years, I can help you pay attention to the patterns of thinking and corresponding behaviors that are derailing you.
LENS can help create retreat-like conditions in your mind.
FDA-certified LENS neurofeedback may increase Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) in the way that far more intensive treatments (like ECT or rTMS) do; however, the LENS system utilizes microcurrent, which is far less invasive than your cellphone rendering it a safer treatment.
Increasing BDNF increases the production of serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine, which assists in boosting your mood, decreasing anxiety and improving concentration and focus.
If you are done with the struggle and are ready to create real change in your life, give yourself the gift of exploring this tandem approach.
Call (415) 450-9644 for your free 15-minute phone consultation today.