RBH Neurocognitive Therapy…The Brain Can Change!
The brain is amazingly neuroplastic!….meaning it has the ability to change itself based on interactions with and feedback from the environment. Much of the neuroscientific literature has revealed that learning in the brain is a hierarchical process with a neuronal basis. Repeated changes in thoughts and behaviors actually result in neurophysiological and neurochemical changes in the brain. In other words, behavior can change biology and the future is bright for those seeking to change cognitive, emotional, and behavioral difficulties.
Neurocognitive therapy is often added to the patient’s treatment plan in order to help improve the brain’s ability to sustain attention and concentration for prolonged periods of time. These interventions are also designed to help improve auditory and visual processing, sequencing, and memory. As brain function improves, the patient develops greater confidence and calm. Many children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly feel anxious and overwhelmed by bombarding the challenges of multi-tasking and overwhelming sensory input.
The brain is amazing and can change and enrich its function with the correct exercise. Like the roots of a well nourished tomato plant, the neurons in a highly challenged brain begin to branch out and form new connections, building cognitive reserve and improved functioning. This is referred to as neuroplasticity and involves the brain’s neurons reorganizing and reconnecting based on usage and experience. Specific, hierarchically designed neurocognitive training helps to boost brain function in a lasting way.
Many patients with ADHD, Learning Disorders, Memory Impairment, Impulse Control Difficulties, or Slowed Processing Speed can improve their brain function through neurocognitive therapy
RBH offers a number of neurotechnologies to help you train your brain for improved neurocognitive function. These brain-based interventions to assist in improving the brain’s ability to process information more efficiently.
RBH tailors its cognitive therapy to strategically target interventions toward hierarchically building upon the brain’s resources for improved cognitive, affective, and behavioral regulation. New function and strength emerge as the result of synaptogenesis and enrichment of neuronal connectivity. RBH pairs state-of-the-art neurotechnologies with individually-tailored cognitive behavioral individual and family psychotherapy to support health and wellness from a multimodal perspective.
The warm, caring RBH professional team takes a neurofunctional approach to solving cognitive, emotional, behavioral and relational difficulties. These interventions are paired with specific nutritional and lifestyle recommendations to help improve the brain’s strength and flexibility. This approach is based on approaching brain changes through behavioral and functional change. As the brain receives the feedback from the new patterns repeated behaviorally over time, the patient enjoys improved functioning and symptom reduction.
Neurotechnologies utilized within the context of the RBH Neurocognitive Therapy include:
- The Interactive Metronome,
- Neurotracker Visuoperceptual Training
- The listening Program (TLP)
- Integrated Listening System (ILS)
- the Interactive Language Program (ILP)
- Fast Forward Language Programs
- Posit Science Visual and Auditory Processing training