Boulder therapy ADHD Blog 5: Test your ADHD Child

February 10, 2011

Test your ADHD child. Tips and recommendations from ADHD specialist.


Boulder therapy ADHD Blog 4: Eat your Brain!

January 25, 2011

By Debi Elliott, January 25, 2011: People with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) often have a deficiency in omega-3s and phospholipids. Unfortunately, omega-3 phospholipids can be found in only a few natural sources. The most studied source is cow brain. However, that research came to a crashing halt when, in […]


Psychotherapy ADHD Blog 3: Burn sugar burn!

December 27, 2010

By Debi Elliott, December 27, 2010: ADHD and ADD patients are severely limited because they typically run on sugar. Usually they function well for a few minutes, and then crash when their brains have used up all the glucose (sugar). In my Boulder neurofeedback clinic, the objective is to teach new brain patterns and behaviors, […]


Psychotherapy ADHD Blog 2: Feed your starving ADHD brain

December 7, 2010

By Debi Elliott, December 7, 2010: I often see ADHD patients in my Boulder Quantitative EEG neurofeedback practice who do not have enough brain energy to develop new brain patterns. They quickly burn through their glucose (sugar) and completely lose their productivity during the remainder of the session. This is not only unproductive and costly, […]


Psychotherapy ADHD Blog 1: Why Brain Fats Matter

November 30, 2010

Debi Elliot Blogs about ADHD, Depression, Anxiety and Boulder Psychotherapy.