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Sydney Cognitive Development Centre

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The Sydney Cognitive Development Centre has one of the largest private multi-disciplinary teams in Australia, providing psychologist and other allied health services not only in Sydney, but all over Australia as well as internationally. We have a high level of specialty in assessing and treating a broad range of cognitive, psychological, behavioural, social and emotional disorders. We have psychological tools and neurotherapy programs which are based upon the latest research into neuroplasticity and neurotechnology.  We continue to travel broadly internationally to learn the latest advances in brain imaging, cognitive enhancement, neurofeedback, neuropsychological & learning assessment, and psychological therapy. We provide an exceptional personalised psychologist service, always on hand to answer your questions, and treat you as the individual you are.

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Psychological Research

How to live your best life and maximise your potential

ADHD treatment: Why early intervention is essential

Most treatment programs (pharmacological, non-pharmacological and multimodal) for ADHD focus on the short-term and immediate alleviation of symptoms. However little research has examined how long-term life consequences develop

Improvements in attention & brain structures following neurofeedback

Neurofeedback (NF) training is a non-pharmacological treatment that follows the principle of positive reinforcement, allowing for individuals to overtly monitor brain activity. Research has provided evidence for improved

Skills not pills: Non-medication options for ADHD

Although stimulant medication is a widely used treatment for ADHD, there are risks, problems and negative side-effects associated with its use. Alternatively, psychological interventions that use behavioural and

Enhancing selective attention through neurofeedback

Neuroimaging studies have shown that children with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) have different structural and functional brain structures when compared to children without ADHD. Functional brain studies

5 things to eat to boost brain power

(1) Blueberries Who would have thought that blueberries could provide so many great health benefits! High in antioxidants, blueberries are extremely good at defending our brains from deterioration

6 steps to enhanced resilience

6 Ways to Build Resilience You know it, I know it, your neighbour’s dog knows it. Life is hard. And more often than not, not by our own

6 Benefits of Meditation

Mediation has been shown to have many wonderful benefits in helping improve our lives, making us less stressed, and more resilient to adversity. Despite what sounds like an

Being present: The power of now

Have you ever started eating a block of chocolate and then suddenly realised that the only thing left in your hand was an empty wrapper? This is a

Resilience in children: Differences in brain functioning

Resilience is one of the key factors in a child's happiness levels and ability to succeed in the face of challenges. Resilience is characterised by good adaptation