• The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a government initiative which will provide children with ASD and their families, and their families with financial support that they badly need. In order to get maximum funding, a submission to NDIS must provide evidence that CLEARLY demonstrates… more
  • We are a multidisciplinary clinic committed to finding and treating the underlying causes of childhood neurodevelopmental disorders as well as adolescent and adult mental health disorders. Hence our team of licenced health professionals provides Medical, Psychological, Educational, Neuroscience and… more
  • An important aspect of Autism diagnosis is differentiating the presenting behaviours from other issues whose symptoms overlap with those of Autism Spectrum Disorder. The clinician needs to carefully examine all possibilities, in case the underlying issues causing the behaviours are not fully… more
  • Since the 1970s, Applied Neuroscience research and clinical practice have shown that through Neurotherapy, we can push the brain's plasticity and promote normalisation of the brain patterns that underlie ADHD behaviours. Neurotherapy has been shown to be as effective as stimulant medication for… more
  • Your child has been acting differently ever since she had that last sore throat. She/he  may be more hyperactive, moody and has developed repetitive face or body movements, such as blinking her/his eyes or shrugging shoulders or sucking her shirt or may be making repetitive noises.

  • Pivotal response therapy (PRT) is a behavioural intervention therapy for autism. PRT research has shown that the development of skills and behavioural improvements are best promoted when two 'pivotal' areas are trained: "motivation and the ability to respond to multiple cues". Studies have shown … more
  • Anxiety Disorder and Panic Attacks share common Biological and Psychological causes. There are many forms of anxiety, some are related to stressful events while others seem to occur for no apparent reason. At the clinic we strive to identify the underlying biological drivers and treat these along… more
  • Intensive early intervention services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder are required because children with ASD cannot generally learn in the same way that typically developing children do. Instead research indicates that they need to be prompted intensively early in their development.
  • Post-Concussion Syndrome describes the Attention Deficits, learning difficulties, impulsivity, mood and anger problems, sometimes headaches and fatigue that may persist for years, after a minor closed head injury. More often than not sufferers are treated for the symptoms with little if any… more
  • Scientific studies listed here indicate that children with ASD suffer from a range of dysfunctions including: genetic, neurological, gastrointestinal, neurotransmitter, hormonal, immune function, detoxing and oxidative stress systems. We discuss what can be done to redress some of these to restore… more
  • Counselling aims to assist individuals in dealing with a range of difficult issues, from day-to-day concerns, to more serious, long-term psychological problems. Counselling can help you gain a greater understanding of your feelings and assist you to make positive changes in your life. It can also… more
  • One of the most common set of behaviours of children with Autism is their lack of focus, concentation and compliance and the resulting learning difficulties. Recent research reviewed here indicates that chldren with ASD benefit from QEEG-Guided Neurotherapy to help normalise these aspects of their… more
  • While we all feel sad, moody or low from time to time, some people experience these feelings intensely, for long periods of time (weeks, months or even years) and sometimes without any apparent reason. Depression is more than just a low mood, it's a serious illness that has an impact on both… more
  • Neuroscience research indicates that ADHD is associated with underlying brain dysfunctions, mostly involving the frontal lobes. When these dysfunctions are rectified, children with ADHD can process information normally, enabling them to focus, concentrate and sustain mental effort and improve… more
  • Alzheimer's Dementia is characterised by a loss of cognitive function which can include disrupted thinking, memory, reasoning, communication, personality and cognitive speed. Research scientists at New York University medical centre allow us using QEEG to determine whether symptoms are due to… more
  • The Behavioural Neurotherapy Clinic is located in Doncaster. It was established in 2000 By Dr Jacques Duff, a Psychologist, Nutritionist and Clinical Neuroscientist who is passionate about finding and addressing the root causes of mental health disorders and other diseases. Dr Duff has assembled a… more