Autism and neuro-feedback




Just a few weeks ago I was standing in the waiting room of the EEG Institute when a 6-yearold autistic child entered with his mother. He rushed to hug the neuro-feedback practitioner.
While such a connection would seem normal otherwise, here was a child who was incapable of eye contact only months before. The mother and the clinician exchanged a smile, acknowledging the positive changes in the boy.
The mystery of autism is gradually being decoded. What we have learned in our clinic is that auti...

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