We are proud to offer the Jon Milne Neuro-PT Scholarship to those suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction. This includes veterans and active-duty military for the scholarship.
SYMMETRY Neuro-Pathway Training (aka, neurofeedback brain training) is a learning modality that teaches the brain to self-regulate and balance dysregulation. The approach is backed by more than 50 years of evidenced-based research. Neurofeedback is painless, drugless, non-invasive, has no harmful side effects and creates long-term positive changes.
As part of SYMMETRY Neuro-Pathway Training’s community outreach mission, we strive to help those in need by working with local companies to give back to the community. Our scholarship fund was created on behalf of Jon Milne. He served honorably with the US Marine Corp. He was an active friend and mentor for those suffering from addiction for 28 years and was a passionate advocate for SYMMETRY Neuro-PT in the Lowcountry. He actively volunteered to help spread the positive benefits of neurofeedback to AA and local rehabs, ministries and was in the process of reaching out to services provided to those incarcerated. He provided scholarship funds to help several clients receive SYMMETRY Neuro-Pathway Training and changed many lives in the community. Jon lost his battle with pancreatic cancer in 2017 surrounded by his closest friends and family. He is dearly missed.
A scholarship fund was created in his memory to those suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction including veterans and active-duty military. To complete the application, please visit the scholarship website at https://symmetryneuropt.com/scholarships/
Our scholarship resources are provided by community contributions in an ongoing effort to provide neurofeedback training to those who are in desperate need of services, but do not currently have the funds to begin the program. If you would like to donate, contact our representatives at (833) SYMMETRY to learn how to help those in the community with SYMMETRY Neuro-PT.