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Mental health disorders often have biological roots, including things like imbalances in neurotransmitter levels or alterations in brain structure brought on by conditions like depression or PTSD.

By leveraging the brain’s inherent adaptability, or neuroplasticity, we’re able to guide the brain towards healthier activity patterns and connections by healing these underlying physiological issues – which ultimately leads to more effective long-term outcomes.

As part of our comprehensive mental health treatment program, brain healing also complements more traditional therapeutic modalities, including psychotherapy and behavioral therapy. This holistic approach helps to not only alleviate some of the symptoms of mental health conditions, but also significantly enhances an individual’s overall quality of life.

Enterhealth selects the optimal treatment tools for your specific situation using a blend of proven, evidence-based therapies.
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Components of Long-Term Brain Healing

Enterhealth’s mental health treatment program utilizes advanced neurological diagnostics and cutting-edge treatments, all administered by a team of certified experts.

Neuropsychological Evaluation

Neuropsychological testing and evaluation are critical to understanding of the patient’s cognitive, behavioral, and emotional function, information that is needed to create a personalized mental health treatment plan.

Issues uncovered by this comprehensive evaluation – if left undiagnosed and untreated – not only continue to cause symptoms detrimental to overall mental health, but they also interfere with the patient’s ability to participate meaningfully in treatment.

An Enterhealth neuropsychological evaluation includes tests to measure:

  • Intellectual abilities
  • Attention and concentration
  • Information processing speed
  • Learning and memory
  • Language and verbal skills
  • Visuospatial skills
  • Executive functioning
  • Mood and personality traits

Neurofeedback Treatment

To teach patients how to self-regulate certain negative behavior(s), we often recommend neurofeedback treatment, a therapy that uses the principles of operant conditioning to reinforce or inhibit specific brain wave patterns correlated to specific areas of the brain.

Using audio and visual signals while the patient watches a movie or plays a video game, we teach the mind and body to operate at an optimal state to improve behavioral, cognitive, physical, and emotional experiences. Neurofeedback treatment helps patients reduce impulsivity, regulate behavior, manage emotions, regain focus, and improve sleep. Research shows that this learning occurs on a subconscious level, and therefore, the new positive behaviors become the default ones.

Neuromodulation by Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS)

Enterhealth is one of the first mental health treatment providers to offer Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy (or MeRT), an advanced, non-invasive neuromodulation treatment that utilizes repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) combined with electroencephalography (EEG) or electrocardiography (ECG) to target and stimulate specific areas of the brain.

MeRT treatment involves the following:

Mapping brain activity. The process begins with a thorough assessment of the individual’s brain function using EEG or ECG. These neurophysiological measurements provide valuable information about the brain’s electrical activity and help identify areas with abnormal or dysregulated patterns.

Personalizing treatment protocols. Based on the EEG or ECG results, our team creates a personalized treatment protocol for each patient – targeting specific brain regions to address any abnormalities, irregularities, and imbalances identified in the EEG/ECG.

Repetitive Transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS). During the MeRT session, a specialized device delivers repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) to the targeted brain areas. rTMS involves the application of magnetic pulses to the scalp, which generate small electrical currents in the brain. This stimulation is believed to promote changes in neural activity and connectivity.

Real-time monitoring and adjustment. MeRT often incorporates a “closed-loop” system, where real-time EEG or ECG data is used to guide the TMS stimulation. This means that the treatment is adjusted based on the individual’s brain activity at that moment, providing a more personalized and adaptive approach.