Neuroplasticity Services for Teens

What is Neuroplasticity?

Also referred to as brain plasticity, neuroplasticity is your brain’s ability to form new neural connections over the course of your lifetime, which affects your brain’s ability to adapt to new experiences and information as well as heal from injury.

How do I increase my Neuroplasticity?

There are plenty of activities and habits that promote your brain’s neuroplasticity, including:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Regular aerobic and anaerobic exercises
  • Yoga, mindfulness, and meditation practices
  • Creative arts and therapies such as art therapy and music therapy
  • Social interaction and community involvement
  • Learning new skills and hobbies
  • Participating in activities or puzzles that challenge your mind

What are the benefits of Neuroplasticity?

As you promote and enhance your brain’s neuroplasticity, you are supporting its ability to heal from addiction and mental health conditions that have real effects on brain chemistry.

The more your brain can form new neural connections and pathways, the more you can instill lasting, healthier thought patterns and behaviors.