Personal development is a major time-saver. The better you become, the less time it takes you to achieve your goals.
By understanding what is going on inside your brain you have the power to master your thoughts, behaviours, mood and attention.
Colleen Bow is a Psychometrist registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa. She completed her BA and Honours degrees in Psychology from the Rand Afrikaans University in 2004 and went on to complete her Psychometric Internship at the Institute of Child and Adult Guidance where much of her training centred around the fields of Neuro and Educational Psychology. She is also registered with the HPCSA as an EEG Technician (S), working under the close mentorship of a Neurophysiologist.
Seeing the value that Neurofeedback added to her own family Colleen trained in Neurofeedback through Stress Therapy Solutions in 2012 and has achieved Board Certification in Neurofeedback from the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. Colleen regularly attends advanced training courses, workshops and conferences presented locally and internationally by experts in the field to advance and add to her skills.
Colleen offers Quantitative EEG analysis, Neurotherapy as well as other cognitive and emotional assessments and has a passion for looking at the whole person. Making use of an integrated approach she believes that a combination of neuro and biofeedback modalities as well as advice on supplements, diet and lifestyle can go a long way to healing the whole person.
She has experience with a wide range of difficulties and has a special interest in:
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Sensory Processing Disorders
Optimal Scholastic Functioning
Anxiety / Stress
Pain & Headaches
In addition, Colleen also conducts psychometric assessments for the purposes of subject choice selection, career guidance as well as industrial/organisational purposes including cognitive, personality, aptitude, interest and strategic intent.
Colleen serves on the Executive Board of the Biofeedback Association of South Africa (BFSA) and is a member of The International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR).
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