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Psychological Services for a Range of Conditions

Hills Neuroscience provides therapy services for patients with a variety of conditions and needs. Get back on track to wellness through a highly individualized treatment plan. We conduct a complete assessment, including neuropsychological services, to understand the connections between brain and behavior, then blend therapies from the fields of psychology, neuroscience, technology, and Eastern traditions to give you a comprehensive and well-rounded approach to treatment. We use specific interventions to target the cause of your symptoms and help you reach the pinnacle of health.



We provide evidence-based treatments for trauma and PTSD that address your symptoms. Our treatments will empower you to overcome adversity, balance your mind and body, and nurture your resilience.



Our integrated therapy approach helps you regulate your brain and body, increase coping skills, accept the present moment, increase cognitive flexibility, work through adverse life events, and create a meaningful life.

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We provide peak performance training and specialized therapies to help you overcome obstacles, reach your flow state and achieve your goals.

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We work to reduce pain by focusing on the connections between your physical symptoms, imbalances in physiological systems, and your thoughts and emotions. Our approach focuses on restoring your ability to engage in life fully.

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We focus on illuminating brain areas involved in your symptoms of ADHD, then develop a personalized treatment plan to help you calm your body and focus your thoughts.

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We combine therapy techniques to bring you out of your sadness and feelings of fatigue to reconnect with people and experience joy and pleasure in your daily activities.

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We train you to calm your anxious thoughts and change your behavioral responses to them, teaching you to let go of worry, breathe calmly, balance your physiology, and live mindfully.

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We use neurotherapy and heart rate variability to treat TBI, restoring the frequencies and patterns your brain and body need to function optimally getting you back on track for success.

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Our stress response is a healthy and normal reaction to stressful life events. It helps us react to dangerous situations, and it provides the energy we need to perform well in everyday life. However, when it is prolonged, the fight or flight nervous system continues to pump stress hormones into the body, causing a disruption in our ability to create a calm, relaxed state. Chronic stress causes psychological and physical illness, including anxiety, depression, digestive issues, headaches, heart disease, sleep problems, weight gain, and concentration problems. At Hills, we use biofeedback to train you to calm your mind and body. Acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT) teaches you the necessary skills to move forward with a meaningful, balanced life. Group therapy offers support and coping skills, while experiential therapy can decrease cortisol levels. HRV training increases your parasympathetic nervous system function to help you recover from stress and create a calm state. We coach you to regulate your body and free your mind to live in the present with openness and acceptance, so you’ll be prepared to reach the pinnacle of your potential without feeling overwhelmed.


With the increased need and systemic pressure to work more hours in a fast paced environment while multitasking, burnout is on the rise in many professions, especially in health care. Symptoms of burnout may include feeling exhausted, decreased empathy, reduced efficacy at work, mood changes, feeling frustrated, feeling isolated, acting insensitive, feeling tense, lacking pleasure from your job, and feeling disconnected. It is important especially in specific professions, to recognize the signs before burnout occurs. During these stressful times, you might be increasing caseloads, working longer hours, neglecting your self-care, and thinking you need to do more or feel guilty for taking time off. At Hills, we want to provide our hard working community members with the support they need to enjoy work, experience present moment awareness, and increase self-care. We achieve this goal by offering biofeedback, acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT), and outdoor group therapy specially designed for this cohort. These therapies help to restore crucial social support, physiological systems, self-care, and your life and work toward balance and meaning.


Bipolar disorder causes significant shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, concentration, resulting in distress or impairment in daily life functioning. Moods range from extreme periods of elated, grandeous, euphoric, irritable, or energized behavior – known as manic or hypomanic episodes – to sad, indifferent, or hopeless periods – known as depressive episodes. Our unique approach to treatment combines brain mapping, biofeedback, neurofeedback, cognitive and behavioral therapy, mindful living, and connection with nature to increase a calm nervous system, social support, structure, and healthy, balanced living. Many patients report they are better able to handle the normal peaks and valleys of life and remain more consistently stable after undergoing treatment at Hills.


Stroke and TIA both involve blockages of blood flow to the brain. Stroke is more severe and permanently damaging, while TIA, often called a “mini-stroke” may not cause lasting damage. We use neurotherapy and stimulation procedures to treat both conditions, targeting the areas of your brain that control speech, movement, pattern recognition, and spatial awareness to possibly increase your abilities and your daily life functioning. HRV training helps your parasympathetic nervous system function more optimally, which helps you remain in a calm state of mind.


OCD symptoms include a combination of persistent, upsetting thoughts and repetitive behaviors that the patient believes will prevent negative events from occurring. Research on OCD using qEEG shows the disorder involves primarily frontotemporal and frontal brainwave abnormalities. We treat OCD by looking at your brain function and using neurotherapy and biofeedback to regulate your nervous system. We utilize eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), or acceptance and commitment therapy to address your symptoms and the underlying causes of OCD. We help you keep your focus off the obsessions and curtail your compulsive actions to bring you fully engaged in life.


As more research is conducted on COVID-19, studies have discovered that the virus can have lingering neurological effects in some patients. A recent study reviewed electroencephalogram (EEG) findings on COVID-19 patients and found a spectrum of abnormalities in brain activity. Neurological symptoms may include delirium, coma, stroke, headache, fatigue, confusion, seizures, or speech issues. At Hills, we perform a qEEG (brain mapping) to identify any abnormalities, then use a combination of neurotherapy, pEMF, stimulation, and biofeedback to address lingering neurological symptoms and gastrointestinal issues to improve quality of life and wellness.

We Accept CareCredit

Health & Wellness Credit Card

We at Hills Neuroscience accept CareCredit. The CareCredit health, wellness, and personal care credit card gives you a convenient, flexible way to pay for care for the whole family. Learn how it works and apply today!

Tap Into Your Brain, Body, & Mind

There are three paths we must take to reach the peak of mental health: Brain, Body, and Mind. While some take only one path, we believe the treatment of all three gives you the best chance at achieving optimal performance and well-being. That’s the Hills difference.

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