Are you Struggling with Anxiety

The Experts at the Sinha Clinic can help. We offer comprehensive neuropsychiatric care for adults and children. 

Looking for an Alternative to Medication? 



No Medication Needed

Long-Lasting Results

Anxiety sufferers often feel they are unable to concentrate and are plagued by constant fatigue and stress. Some anxiety suffers show symptoms through physical symptoms; such as headaches, nervousness, nail-biting, sweating, and restlessness. Many internalize their symptoms and experience a lack of focus, poor concentration, and/or poor short or long-term memory. These types of sufferers may outwardly appear calm but their mind is constantly racing and ruminating over specific things or events (past and future). Many have a difficult time living in the present and constantly worry about past mistakes or future problems. 

This can happen at any age but children and teens usually do not have the maturity to fully grasp how to communicate or express their feelings. Behavior or mood changes can occur, acting-out, and depression are common responses as well.

Symptoms of Anxiety

  • Excessive worry or nervousness
  • Restlessness
  • Heightened fear or feeling powerless
  • Overly emotional responses
  • Defensiveness or behavioral issues
  • Catastrophizing or having a sense of impending danger, panic, or doom
  • Negative thinking patterns
  • Trouble concentrating or focusing on anything other than the present worry.
  •  Physiological responses: increased heart rate, breathing rapidly (hyperventilating), sweating, trembling, and/or feeling weak or tired.

How does it work?

We identify key areas of the brain for performance enhancement through a qEEG Brain Map.

We aim to improve mental functioning, athletic deficits, areas of weakness in behavior, and areas of distraction that can be eliminated.  From our analysis, a program is tailored to each athlete’s specific needs within a comprehensive evaluation. A protocol is set to reduce unwanted symptoms of stress, poor concentration, and self-doubt. We aim to eliminate these negative symptoms and help promote areas to increase relaxation and focus while improving timing and agility.

Next, the trainee begins Neurofeedback Brain training.   

Performance training includes watching a movie on the computer screen, playing a video game, or listening to audio tones.  Each protocol is designed to the trainee’s needs. These training sessions are designed to teach the person to slowly change, self-regulate and retrain their brainwave patterns. 

With continued feedback, coaching, and practice, the healthier brainwave patterns are maintained. Neurofeedback can be compared to strength training for the brain, enhancing cognitive flexibility and control.