Webinar: Stress and the ADHD Brain
STRATEGIES TO HELP IMPROVE FOCUS, MOOD, AND RESILIENCE
What's happening in the brain at the core of a child's ADHD symptoms? In this webinar, learn the key brain functions that contribute to issues with focus, attention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. Understand how times of stress contribute to a child's ability to function. Learn strategies to make the brain stronger and improve focus, mood, and resilience for kids and teens during times of stress and change.
At Brain Balance, we understand how times of stress impact the brain. In this webinar, Dr. Jackson explains what's happening in the brain of a child with ADHD during times of stress. You'll learn actionable steps to help improve focus and calm anxious feelings without applying coping strategies or medication.
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About the Presenter
Dr. Rebecca Jackson comes to the role of VP of Programs and Outcomes with a depth of knowledge that comes from a strong foundation of education and over a decade of first-hand experience at Brain Balance. Rebecca served as the Executive Director of three Brain Balance centers, personally overseeing more than 1,000 students’ progress through the Brain Balance program. Rebecca is passionate about teaching families how the brain functions to have an impact on how they feel and process information in their everyday life. She knows firsthand that by enhancing and optimizing the brain, we can enhance and optimize our human performance.
Harvard University Research Reveals the Brain Balance Program is an Effective Solution for Kids with ADHD
The Brain Balance Program® was part of a research study conducted by Harvard University’s McLean Hospital. The research study focused on the impact of aspects of the Brain Balance program on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Harvard University researchers examined ADHD symptoms in children before and after participation in a home-based Brain Balance Program.® The study revealed comparable results similar to those of a low-dose drug often used to treat the symptoms of ADHD.
“The Brain Balance training had clinical, behavioral, and neurobiological effects on par with pharmacological treatment. This is very encouraging as we believe that the ultimate goal in psychiatry is to develop non-pharmacological treatments for psychiatric disorders that exert enduring beneficial effects,” wrote Dr. Martin Teicher, associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard University and lead investigator of the study.
The results of this exploratory study are promising for individuals diagnosed with ADHD as an alternative to drug therapies currently being used for the management and treatment of ADHD.
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