Autism Spectrum Disorders

Individuals on the Autism Spectrum are faced with many challenges that make daily living difficult. These symptoms are often related to significant differences in the brains’ electrical activity, which can be identified through an objective assessment of a qualitative electroencephalogram (qEEG). Neurofeedback can help to enhance communication skills, improve social connectedness, and improve sensory responses, and ultimately improve the quality of life for those affected with this disorder as well as their families.

The following links provide information on different approaches to working with the ASD population

Hudson Valley Center for Neurofeedback offers neurofeedback treatment in our private, safe office environment. Dr. Meyer and Ms. Monaco have extensive experience in working with children and adolescents who were initially apprehensive. They are adept at bringing children and adolescents to a level of comfort and ease so that they are able to participate in the initial assessment and subsequent treatment. Watch a video that describes the neurofeedback process.