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Queenswood, after a short hiatus, a name change, and a relocation to healthy and cerebral wellness promoting community (Swift Current, Saskatchewan) and area, is on the precipice of a new and exciting re-
Dr. Hallman have being providing Neuropsychological and Psycho-
Dr. Hallman’s training approaches attempt to capitalize on the brain’s exquisite ability to modify itself (neuroplasticity) based on sensory inputs (vision, hearing, touch, taste, and smell) from the environment. His approaches are state-
Many of Dr. Hallman’s training approaches address problems underlying ADHD, STRESS and ANXIETY REDUCTION, and MEMORY problems (adults and children) and similar. Stress is basic to many of the emotional problems and even mental health issues faced by individuals on a daily basis. As such, it is of importance that we do something about it as, in 2007, the Journal of America Medical Association noted that workplace stress (and all stress by extrapolation) is as bad for your heart as smoking and high cholesterol.
All of Dr. Hallman’s training modules are based on 5 to 10 week training packages (depending on how much time can be given to the training each week -
Dr. Hallman has qualified to offer COGMED’s training programme for working memory. It is directed toward those who have a problem with working memory, or those who simply wish to increase their capacity for this important brain process, which underlies and is basic to most of what we do, day-
Dr. Hallman has completed the HeartMath training and will be undertaking additional training in Heart Rate Variability (HRV) evaluations from a variety of sources leading to certification by BCIA. He now provides training based on the HeartMath approach to HRV, although the approach may change somewhat as the result of additional training. Recently the HeartMath approach to HRV has been shown to be effective at treating PTSD with US veterans (click here).
Dr. Hallman has provided a wide range of brain training, cognitive re-
In additional to comprehensive Psycho-
If you have a child (or adult with IDD, see below) who is displaying significant emotional dysfunction, and no current approach seems to be able to successfully address these difficulties, look under Programme Development/QPRGI EEC or QMPS. Dr. Hallman continues to present this training in the EEC approach to small groups or anyone who is interested.
For those providing supports to individuals with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (IDD)