The Institute for Research, Assessment & Professional Development provides opportunities across the three domains of the institute (i.e., research, assessment, professional development) to enhance collaborations between program areas, faculty, graduate students and partnering activities with community agencies, such as the Department of Rehabilitation, Veterans Affairs, School Districts, Department of Corrections, and related community agencies. Services include (1) Comprehensive Vocational Evaluations and Situational Assessments for individuals receiving services from the Department of Rehabilitation and (2) Neurofeedback interventions for the treatment of ADD/ADHD, anxiety, autism/Asperger's syndrome (mild-moderate), academic/performance enhancement, cognitive decline, conduct disorder, depression, stroke, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other conditions. Neurofeedback, also known as cognitive rehabilitation or EEG biofeedback, is a ground-breaking technique that challenges the brain to better function. This powerful brain-based technique has been successfully helping clients around the world for more than 30 years. It is a noninvasive process with dramatic results for a multitude of symptoms. The effectiveness of neurofeedback for adults and children with a wide variety of symptoms has been repeatedly concluded in numerous research studies. Neurofeedback works by training the brain to function at its maximum potential, which is similar to the way the body is exercised, toned and maintained. The technology is safe and effective for children and adults ages 5 to 95.
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