Cognitive Training & Rehabilitation
Cognitive training is used by our psychologists and neuropsychologists as a technique to help improve an individual’s ability to function after a brain injury or other neurological event, such as a stroke. The exercises are used as a tool to help achieve targeted therapeutic goals, such as enhancing self-esteem, training frustration tolerance, and developing problem-solving strategies.
The goal is to improve memory, attention, perception, reasoning, planning, judgment, general learning, and overall executive functioning. Some research has shown that developing these cognitive abilities can lead to improvements in self-awareness, self-confidence, and emotional stability.