Does a clinical neuroscience intervention work for youth with ambitions that don’t seem to be getting there? It does if you are in the right hands of professionals who offer personalised treatments.
It’s never one shoe fits all to the NBI which is becoming a first port of call of HR managers and troubled parents. This was proved recently with David Adams* a twenty-seven year-old who felt he had no future. He couldn’t hold down a job and battled with daily interpersonal relationships and clashed with office team members. No crash course in emotional intelligence would have given him the quality relationships he craved and the productivity the workplace demanded. HR managers would have boxed this into one label – lack of EQ as the first intervention for change. To NBI every case is unique. EQ would have been a nice to have. A well-trained neuro clinical team is a must-have. Here is David’s story.