Cognition Therapy

Quickly, permanently and painlessly raises IQ and improves underlying learning skills for better reading, math and thinking.

Cognition therapy builds underlying learning skills that give students access to learning. Such skills include

  • processing speed
  • working memory
  • visual processing
  • word attack
  • auditory processing
  • logic and reasoning, and
  • selective, sustained and divided attention.

When underlying learning skills are level with—or higher than—a young person’s age, learning and homework become less challenging. As blocks to learning are reduced, the student is freed to engage with materials presented in class and to acquire more complex skills.

With cognition therapy, students generally bring up their underlying learning skills to their chronological age or higher in 30 to 50 hours.