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Neurocounseling: Bridging the Gap between Brain and Behavior

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Neurocounseling has the potential to help millions of Americans improve their lives. The techniques developed can positively affect the 6.4 million children between 4 and 17 years old who have been diagnosed with ADHD. They could also allow the 27 million people who are battling with substance abuse to decrease their dependence, while the 15.7 million adults who suffer from depression and anxiety can find relief more effectively. Studies are also looking into the effectiveness of neurocounseling in music therapy, Tourette syndrome, fatigue, cognitive impairment, obesity, eating disorders and more.