It’s time for a fresh approach if...
• you still have trouble communicating with your significant other
• your inability to manage stress and your emotions are affecting your relationships
Come to a 3 session series for improving Communication by Managing Stress in relationships using state-of-the-art brain training and affordable and portable biofeedback methods.
Dates: May 7, 9, and 14th Times: 6:30 - 8:00p.m.
Cost: $250/couple $200/single
Participants must register in advance: 978 287 0810 x117
Promising New Approach to Improving Your Child’s Attention, Impulsivity and School Performance
The Hallowell Center has initiated an IRB approved study using a novel digital learning system that targets a child’s life-long natural ability to learn and transfer new skills to school and home. Atentiv, Incorporated of Cambridge, MA (www.atentiv.com) is the sponsor of the study. Read More!
Start the New Year Smart!
Rebecca Shafir M.A.CCC,speech/language pathologist and neurotherapist at the Hallowell Centers is offering free 15 minute phone inquiry sessions to discuss how Cogmed Working Memory Training (working memory is a very powerful executive function) can help make your 2013 more efficient and productive. Before calling to make a phone appointment CHECK THIS LISTto see if working memory is a problem for you. If so, call the Hallowell Center 978 287 0810 and make a phone appointment with Rebecca.
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Many adults with ADHD find they are able to calm themselves, listen more carefully, and concentrate more effectively after practicing mindfulness for even a short time. In this group workshop you will learn ADHD-friendly mindfulness meditation techniques which provide proven benefits.
To register contact Brenda or Christine Sorgi at 978 287 0810.
Think you might have ADHD?
Read this introspective blog post on preparing for an evaluation at the Sudbury Hallowell Center.
Ferrari Engines, Bicycle Brakes
by Edward Hallowell
Advice to educators about how to help students with ADHD fulfill the potential of their powerful brains.
The Hallowell Center was founded in 1996 by Dr. Edward M. Hallowell. The Center’s practice is based in Dr. Hallowell’s strengths-based approach and philosophy. Our doctors help people with emotional issues and learning disabilities lead happier, more productive lives through a positive, balanced treatment approach. This approach integrates the latest research on brain, body and heart. In addition to the Center in Sudbury, there is also a center in New York.