Posted 01 July

NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback Technical Support for Home Renters

Are you currently renting a system from a Brain Training Australia Brain Trainer and looking for Technical Support? This article provides a step-by-step guide of how to access the NeurOptimal® Technical Support team, known as ZenConnect, during your rental.

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Posted 30 May

How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help Adult ADHD

CBT can help Adults with ADHD with inattention, difficulty concentrating, distractibility, forgetfulness of tasks, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, problems completing projects, difficulty organising their time and daily activities, and maintaining order in their environment.

Posted 11 March

How to care for and test your NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback sensors

You can check to make sure the sensors are working on your NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback system at any time by doing a zAmp test:1) Connect the zAmp to the tablet/laptop and connect the sensors to the zAmp (but do not apply the sensors to your scalp and ears). 2) Open the NeurOptimal® software and right-click or press and hold on the Tools icon in the VAULT. 3) Select zAmp Tests

Posted 10 December

Self-care during Christmas Holidays

Self-care this Christmas, focusing on things you CAN control: •Eat well • Make a plan for Christmas Day •Get yourself a gift •Invite others to spend time with you •Find out what might be happening in your local area •Volunteering •Be kind to yourself and others •Forgive yourself and others

Posted 21 April

Help for Anger with Neurofeedback Brain Training

Anger comes in many forms. Sometimes, you might be quick to lose your temper. Or perhaps you like to hold a grudge. Chronic resentment is a defensive mechanism for your ego or sense of self. If you are not true to yourself, and in today’s society, we are often pushed to conform, your… Read more »

Posted 08 April

How to avoid cabin fever while working from home

Cabin fever refers to the irritability, weariness or restlessness experienced by a person in isolation. It can be acquired by someone placed in quarantine for an extended time or working from home.  Isolation can generate feelings of loneliness, sadness, and decreased motivation. You may have trouble concentrating, lose patience easier… Read more »

Posted 26 March

How to manage your anxiety in response to a pandemic

Anxiety is your body’s natural response to the stress of not knowing how this virus will impact your life. It creates a feeling of fear or apprehension about the future. Focus on the things you can do right now to lessen your worry about future possibilities. If you struggle to control your thoughts be sure to reach out for..