Onward Psychology & Neurofeedback

Dr. Bonnie T. Seidman, C. Psych.

Clinical Psychologist

Onward Psychology and Neurofeedback (Onward) provides a welcoming environment, offering a comfortable setting within a confidential environment. The clinic is in downtown Kingston Ontario, and offers Psychological Services as well as Neurofeedback training. At Onward we strive to help people move toward greater health and well-being. Onward delivers the security of privacy in surroundings that are professional, friendly and calm.

Dr. Bonnie T. Seidman offers assessment and treatment of various psychological challenges. She works collaboratively with clients to create an individualized program for their recovery, well-being and personal growth. A common range of psychological issues that are presented include anxiety, stress, depression, substance use, attention/focus problems, workplace stress, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  Dr. Seidman also helps people who struggle with mid-life issues, work stress, life transitions and other areas of difficulty. Please refer to the Psychology page for more information.

Onward (formerly the Kingston Psychology & Neurofeedback Clinic) also offers Neurofeedback training. Neurofeedback training is a form of EEG Biofeedback, a safe, drug-free, non-invasive method of brain training. Please refer to the Neurofeedback page for more information.

Onward Psychology and Neurofeedback is a fully accessible clinic in Kingston, and welcomes service dogs for persons with disabilities.

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Did you know?

Kangaroos cannot go backwards — they can only move forward.
At Onward Psychology and Neurofeedback, our goal is to help people move forward in their lives.
Our kangaroo logo represents our mission and motto to keep moving forward.

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback brain training can help train the brain to become more flexible and resilient.

Who should use Neurofeedback?

A broad range of people try Neurofeedback training in efforts for their brains to function more efficiently. Some people try Neurofeedback training in efforts to reduce symptoms (e.g., anxiety, low mood, attention/focus problems, sleep difficulties, etc.). Others try Neurofeedback training in efforts to enhance their performance (e.g., elite athletes, students, business professionals, etc.)

What is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy is “talk therapy”. It is made up of conversational methods and techniques by a trained professional to help people cope with difficulties in thinking, feeling and/or behaving.


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