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Jun 2, 2022
Hurlburt Field, Fla - Images for the front page of the Website


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How Can We Help You

Optimize your brain so it functions at its peak!

We offer services to help you maximize your cognitive potential through services provided by our professionals

Cognitive Enhancement Training Program (Hurlburt & Duke)

In-garrison specialty training for enhanced cognitive ability. Comprises of an initial cognitive baseline, 20 cognitive training sessions, mid-program progress assessment, and final cognitive assessment. Training program takes anywhere from 3 to 6 months.

Cognitive Skills Course (Hurlburt only)

Classes are 1st Thursday/Monthly 13-1400 in the 492 SOTRG Conference Room. Rotating schedule, enter at any time. 

Over the course of 7 classes learn how your brain works, and master strategies for better performance.

Custom Built Cognitive Assessment (Hurlburt Only)

Directly targets any cognitive ability you want to better understand about yourself. Measure your attention, focus, memory, reaction time, processing speed, visual spatial abilities, decision making, etc..