What is Cognitive Training?
Why is Cognitive Training Important?
This kind of training can not only help you to achieve your professional and personal goals via increased brain activity – but it can also help ward off cognitive decline and illness in the future.
In fact, The results from multiple studies have indicated that people who do cognitively stimulating activities may even have a lower risk of dementia.
Alongside potentially life changing benefits like that, it has also been shown to:
- reduce stress
- increase memory
- improve mood
- increase focus and concentration
- improve creativity
- improve thinking and reaction time
How is Cognitive Training Performed?
Parker Performance Institute’s Cognitive Training uses neuroscience technology to assess attention and the speed at which a client utilizes conscious mental activity, memory, problem solving abilities, and higher-level cognitive function and control during stressful situations as well as how well a client identifies emotions via facial expression and processes potentially biased information.
Once individualized baseline performance data is obtained and reviewed, our doctors use training techniques involving mindfulness, heart rate variability, and biofeedback coupled with cognitive processing technology to improve performance for executive and student clients of varying professions, disciplines, and backgrounds.
Frequently Asked Questions About Cognitive Training
How to know if brain training is working?
Much like any other form of muscle training – you should begin to notice changes. These could be to your memory, or improvement in reflexes, to name a few. When you undertake cognitive training therapies with Parker Performance, there will be assessments to show progress.