Did you know your brain IS the boss of you? While you read this, your brain is keeping you alive by sending signals to keep your heart beating and your lungs moving in and out, as well as regulating all the busy systems of your body so that you can walk, eat, digest, think, and so much more. Like a supercomputer, your brain is interpreting huge amounts of information second by second in order to understand the world around you and the words on this page. Every system in your body is told what to do by the brain; everything we do is supported by the brain, though we are hardly ever aware of it. Without the brain, there is no You.
The prefrontal cortex (PFC), located just behind the forehead, is a section of gray matter that functions like the “CEO” of the brain or the conductor of an elaborate orchestra. Often thought of as the “thinking part” of the brain, the PFC helps us modify our behavior, make decisions about what is appropriate behavior, and takes in all the information from the rest of the brain to determine what our thoughts and actions should be to achieve our goals, weighing the potential benefits and consequences of what we do.
If you see yourself in any of these questions in the graphic above associated with the Prefrontal Cortex, then let us introduce you to an individualized program developed to assist you with your specific problem.
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We have compiled several charts looking at each of the many functions of the PFC, as well as indicators of each problem; then we’ve listed numerous remediation activities, just for YOU!
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