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Neurofeedback in Zurich?

Can anyone recommend a neurofeedback therapist in Zurich city for treatment of children with ADD / ADHD? English-spoken is not necessary.

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Re: Neurofeedback in Zurich?

Hi...did you ever find anyone that deals with ADHD?

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Old 24.10.2010, 21:36
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Re: Neurofeedback in Zurich?

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Re: Neurofeedback in Zurich?

My daughter went to John Styffe. He is Canadian, here are his website.
www.neurofeedback.org
I like him a lot and I really like the methods he used.
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Neurofeedback in Zurich?

John Styffe specializes in this... He is Canadian, been in Zurich many years (speaks also German I believe), and his own son also had ADHD - an adult now. Try googling him, if that doesn't work PM me and I'll see if I can find his contact details.

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Re: Neurofeedback in Zurich?

I don't think John would say that he speaks German, apart from the basics.
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Re: Neurofeedback in Zurich?

I happen to be searching for something on the web and this message came up on the web. I do not spend so much time of the EF.

First thank you Rachel and Lisa for the referral.

Yes, I do neurofeedback and biofeedback. Currently I have an office in Zurich. You check my web site at www.neurofeedback.org.

I have been neurofeedback for 14 years now and was one of the first doing it here.

First it is not for everybody. You need to be prepared to commit and do some practicing.It is not magic and I do not fix broken people. I do believe that most people are not broken or damaged but rather they need to learn how to respond better. Next you need to be prepared to pay my fee . I am not covered by insurance.

The benefits are that it usually gets to the problem rather than focusing on the symptoms. it is non invasive meaning nothing is put into you. No bad side effects! It is science based.

I am trainer who helps people to help themselves.

It helps people to focus better and feel better. Can help with depression, anxiety, stress, headaches and other pains.

Great for performance anxiety performance in sports and at work.

Great to help in reflection or an introduction into meditation.
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