neuroCare Sydney

Personalised, integrative healthcare for Depression, OCD, AD(H)D & sleep problems

Psychiatry is changing. Current practice in the treatment of mental health problems is moving away from its reliance on psychostimulant and anti-depressant medications, towards non-invasive methods better applied to the patient's individual needs.

Contact details:
Level 19
56 Pitt St
Sydney NSW 2000

T: 1300 149 300
F: (02) 8038 6334

Opening hours:
Mo - Fr, 9:00am - 5:00pm

Opening on Saturdays soon!


Neurofeedback can be an effective form of therapy for the treatment of ADHD and sleep problems. Because we personalise treatment by means of a QEEG, we achieve successful outcomes in 75% of patients. 30 - 40 sessions are generally needed for lasting results.

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(repetitive) Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is a well researched therapy proven effective in the treatment of Depression (78% efficacy). It is also effectively applied in the treatment of OCD. Clients with a rTMS treatment plan see us at least twice per week and may need 20 - 30 sessions for lasting results.

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QEEG Assessments

A Quantitative EEG assessment is a type of "brain mapping" which allows our practitioners to more accurately assess brain functions to address symptoms of mental disturbances. The results of the QEEG allow us to find a treatment most likely to be effective to treat ADHD, Depression, OCD or sleeping problems.

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Sleep Assessment/ Actigraphy

Sleep plays a big role in the health and well-being of our patients, this is why we conduct an "Actigraphy" assessment to measure factors which may impact sleep efficiency. To do this we lend our patients a wristband which measures blue spectrum light intake, activity and sleep quality.

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Client Testimonials

Scientific Publications

The link below allows you access to research papers and peer-reviewed publications on Neurofeedback, rTMS and our personalised approach.