Make the Most of Your Mind—Train Your Brain!
Critical Thinking for Success provides a wide array of cognitive services, but all of them work toward the same end: helping you use your brain to its fullest potential. Everyone naturally develops some cognitive skills more than others, but all too often you allow your less favored skills to hold you back. We help you develop those neglected skills and remove those hindrances so that you can enjoy increased success in all areas of life.
These areas cover everything from business, to academics, to sports, to relationships. Our clients include, but are not limited to: students who want mental training on how to learn and study better, business people looking to develop their organizational skills for a more effective workflow, seniors intent on maintaining brain function as they age, parents of children diagnosed with ADHD and other conditions, and athletes building discipline and performance.
Cognitive training starts with an exam to assess your strengths and weaknesses. From there, we identify what skills you most need to work on to improve the relevant areas of your life. Then we create a long-term development program that features regular one-on-one coaching sessions as well as daily exercises.
We also provide neurofeedback services to assess the brain health of individuals who’ve sustained head trauma so that we can then develop a training program for them as well. Neurofeedback has been used to successfully treat symptoms like ADHD, anxiety, depression, concussions, PTSD, addiction, memory problems and sleep problems.
This programming is all developed and administered by Robert “Bob” Kauffman, a licensed social worker and therapist with over 35 years of experience in the mental health field. Bob is one of the few trained practitioners of cognitive performance training in the United States, and saw the need for such a service after seeing individuals with head injuries and PTSD not growing like they should in traditional therapy.
With time and practice, we’ll help you train your brain to do things it wasn’t used to doing. It’s like working out muscles you did know you had—and you’ll soon start to improve in ways you didn’t imagine.
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