The Best Candidates and Why

Anyone with a primary diagnosis of ADHD who has low-average, average, or above-average intelligence, can be treated with neurofeedback, according to proponents.

If your child suffers from certain comorbid conditions, however, you're advised to avoid it, at least until those conditions are dealt with. These include severe depression, bipolar disorder, learning disorders, childhood psychosis, significant seizure disorder where medications interfere with learning (i.e., sedating medications), and dysfunctional families who refuse to participate in therapy.

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