Mindfully equipping minds

If you or a loved one are ready to engage in medication-free treatment for varying cognitive, physical & mood disorders, we are here to help.

We specialize in…

Psychological evaluations

The purpose of psychological evaluations is to determine what is happening in someone’s life that may be hampering their ability to perform, think, behave, feel, or achieve in a more appropriate or constructive way either at home, school,  or the workplace. We specialize in: Psychological, Neuropsychological, Bariatric, Spinal Cord Stimulator, and Psychoeducational evaluation. Diagnostic evaluations are performed either in-office or at home through teleassessment.

Adhd treatment + training

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, also known as ADHD, makes it difficult for a person to pay attention and control impulsive behaviors. At Neuroskills Integrated, we use medication-free, holistic approaches to help individuals manage their ADHD.

Mood disorder treatment

If your emotions and moods seem out of your control over a long period, you may have a mood disorder. Examples of mood disorders include Depression, Bipolar disorder, Seasonal affective disorder, Cyclothymic disorder. If you’re concerned that you may have a mood disorder, call us, we’re here to help. 

Neurodevelopmental disorder

Neurodevelopmental disorders are conditions (Autism Spectrum Disorder, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Language Delay) that typically manifest early in development, often before the child enters grade school. These conditions produce personal, social, academic, and or occupational functioning impairments. At Neuroskills Integrated, we engage in various mindfulness-based cognitive exercises such as Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT), Interactive Metronome,  MCN Neurofeedback, Sound therapy, to name a few to treat cognitive-developmental challenges.

We’re here to help you mindfully find cognitive & body balance the holistic way.

About Me

Dr. Mathias Ngwa is a Licensed Psychological Associate, member of the American Board of School Neuropsychology, Certified IASIS Microcurrent Neurofeedback, Rhythmic Movement Training, Equipping Minds, Integrated Listening Systems, and Interactive Metronome practitioner. He provides psychological, neuropsychological, and pre-surgical bariatric evaluations.

What to expect

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Contacting us

We’re happy to answer any therapy-related preliminary questions you may have.  We offer in-person and teletherapy sessions.

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Health insurance

We currently carry Aetna, BlueCross Blue Shield, Superior, Ambetter, Medicaid, Multiplan, Humana Behavioral Health

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Evaluation

We want to hear what your current problem(s) are and when it all started in order to develop a proper treatment plan.

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Treatment plan

We’re a medication-free practice. Your treatment plan is customized to aid your prolonged healing.  

ADD/ADHD

“Ethan’s mom informed the OT that he wasn’t very coordinated, that his handwriting was illegible and that he often seemed “slow” or “clumsy” yet seemed to rush through everything. She confided in the OT that Ethan had difficulty playing sports and keeping up with other children or even his own family. As a way to decipher what the root cause of Ethan’s difficulties, Interactive Metronome® was suggested. Once Ethan completed OT, he was going to try out guitar lessons and little league, things that they would have never attempted just a few months before. Ethan’s mom said that she can not even put into words the progress that she has seen in her son.”

ADD/ADHD

Shay is an 11 year old girl with ADHD and LD. Shay’s troubles in school have greatly impacted her self confidence; she has become embarrassed around other children and withdrew from most activities. The teasing turned to bullying and Shay had begun to miss assignments and time at school. After just 15 sessions with IM, Shay’s fine motor control and coordination had improved, which greatly improved her writing and ability to finish assignments. For the first time Shay was passing her classes in school and reporting less frustration and time constraints. She has stopped missing school and her self esteem has skyrocketed.

Autism

Maddy is a 10-years-old girl who has been diagnosed with Autism. Her mother expressed concerns about Maddy’s overall speech and language skills; she did not say “Mama” or “Dada” until approximately three years old. Maddy’s family and therapists decided upon a course of Interactive Metronome (IM). During Maddy’s IM treatment, several strategies were tried in order to reflect natural environment conditions. After her IM treatment, Maddy showed gains in phonological skills, language processing, auditory comprehension and auditory reasoning based on pre and post data. But what test scores can’t show is that Maddy’s parents also report that she has made significant improvement on daily function and communication!

Brain Injury

At 15, Meg was involved in a devastating car accident where she sustained a traumatic brain injury. With shortened school days and impaired performance defining her new reality, Meg felt desperate to find a way to reclaim the life she once knew and to help others in her situation, leading her to begin a career as a physical therapy assistant at the very same clinic she completed her rehabilitation.  After just a week of treatment her movements developed fluidity and by the second week her ability to concentrate on the tone dramatically improved. Meg’s sense of balance and physical coordination returned to her by her sixth session. At 21 years old, Meg has done more than simply achieve her goal of regaining the life she thought she lost in her car accident- she’s been able to create a fuller, more satisfying life, one in which she helps others achieve the freedom of thought and movement she feared she lost forever.

Communication Impairment Deficit

Jorden is a 13 year-old boy with Cerebral Palsy, agenesis of the Corpus Callosum, seizures, developmental delays and cortical blindness. When Jorden was born, doctors told his parents that he wouldn’t live very long and they should just enjoy the time they had with him. That wasn’t the answer they wanted…and Jorden was too strong to let that happen either. He has been receiving therapeutic services for a few years, but IM training really pushed him over the top. He is now dressing himself, bathing, going to the barber and singing along at church. As it turns out, Jorden loves classical music and puzzles!

Contact us

Location

1201 N Watson Rd. Suite #228
Arlington, TX 76006

Make an Appointment

682-321-7004

Office hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 2pm