Neurofeedback Training

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Neurofeedback – for the BEST YOU!

Welcome to our exciting world of HEG Neurofeedback Training, where we coach/condition the brain to increase concentration levels when needed. Our training increases the blood flow to the brain, therefore increasing cognitive ability.

neurofeedback training to help people with ADHD / ADD

At Brain Gain, we help individuals to reach their full potential in life

We use neurofeedback training to help people with ADHD / ADD and other attention problems. We also offer neurofeedback peak performance training for people without attention problems who want to reach the top of their class, sport or profession.

Young people with attention problems often struggle with mathematics and languages at school, and we therefore also provide extra tuition using a government-approved program.

All our clients complete the locally developed TESCA assessment to test their attention, screen for emotional and specific learning problems and monitor progress.

We have gained a wealth of experience and have conducted more than 30 000 tests worldwide.

What is Neurofeedback? : read more

From Young to Old



Focus attention effectively and maintain it on one task 


Control emotions and impulses


Maintain a sense of purpose


Respond appropriately to the demands of a specific situation


Testimonial Lorraine

Brain Gain is one of the best choices | made for my child. After she was diagnosed with ADHD I did research before taking the medication route.

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Testimonial Charles

There has been a significant improvement in Charles’ schoolwork this quarter. He also has more confidence and participates more actively in class discussions.

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Teaching toddlers to pay attention is the key to academic success. The secret to raising an academic child is not to coach toddlers in maths or play them classical music, but to teach them to pay attention, research by child development experts suggests. Read more
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