Cogmed working memory training (www.cogmed.com) is an evidence-based program that helps people with attention problems by training and increasing their working memory capacity. Clinically proven results demonstrate that after training, people improve their ability to concentrate, control impulsive behavior and better utilize complex reasoning skills. Click here for a brochure on Cogmed working memory training to find out more information about this program - https://webzoom.freewebs.com/dfalksteinphdllc/Cogmed-Brochure1.pdf.
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