It is well understood that success begins at the top.
Whatever your specific goals may be, when it comes to improving the longevity and quality of your life, brain health is paramount.

ATP Lifestyle Modification understands the importance of maintaining a healthy brain.
Let us show you how to incorporate into your life, the exciting and rapidly growing new research in brain health. Enjoy a robust and enriched lifetime of experiences.

It’s not all in your head.
It’s true, how you think can make you healthy or.., it can make you sick. It’s also true, what you eat, what chemical substances you take, how you sleep and if you have been active or not, can mean the difference between “having a good day” or “having a bad day”. ATP Lifestyle Modification can help you make it a good day.

Feel the difference.
Moods, emotions and the choices you make, can have a very real and significant impact on your health. Master stress management, motivate yourself to be more active, choose the right foods and improve your sleeping habits. Understand how your brain affects your body and how your body affects your brain. Let our lifestyle experts be your guide.



Improve the quality of your life by doing nothing.

Sleep is an “essential” behavior. Which means…, if you don’t do it well you will get sick, and if you don’t do it at all, you will die. Unfortunately the importance of sleep is under appreciated and frequently neglected. Fortunately, the experts at ATP not only appreciate the need for quality sleep, they understand the science behind it. We can help you find your way to a happier, healthier lifestyle through better sleeping habits. Best of all, you begin by doing nothing.

Sleep Health

  • Risk assessment
  • Sleep regulation
  • Sleep quality
  • Sleep apnea
  • Insomnia
  • Education




Stress is your brain trying to move your body.
Move your body and your brain will stop stressing you out.

Stress is one of the most primitive and fundamental processes in our body. Without it, the human race would have never made it this far. However due to sophistication of our brains, this essential process can be easily abused, leading to many types of illnesses and unfavorable experiences in life.

The experts at ATP Lifestyle Modification understand the biology behind stress and the research which shows how impactful physical activity, nutrition and cognitive awareness can be in managing the effects of stress. Let us show you how to manage your stress so that it works for you and not against you.

Stress Management

  • Risk assessment
  • Anxiety reduction techniques
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Bio-chemical Recalibration
  • Craving control
  • Education




Get your head in the game.


Conditioning the body is clearly an important aspect to any successful athletic performance, but it’s not the whole picture. The mind is also a contributing factor. In fact, it is arguably as important as preparing the body. Unfortunately for many, conditioning the mind for performance is often overlooked. To be a great athlete it takes more than just showing up physically fit and able to perform, you also have to have your head in the game.

Conditioning the mind takes just as much time and effort, if not more. Having a clear understanding of how the mind and body interact can directly and significantly impact any athletic performance. We can teach you how and why the mind affects performance, and give you the tools, training and knowledge necessary to maximize the interaction between your mind and body for ultimate success in any sport.

Sports Psychology

  • Attention\focus training
  • Visualization training
  • Motivation training
  • Intensity training
  • Relaxation skills
  • Pain tolerance
  • Fear control
  • Education



Be smart, make healthy choices for your brain.


Your brain is a biological system just like any other biological system in your body (i.e. cardiovascular system, immune system, muscular system etc…) and therefore requires the same attention to health, nutrition and fitness as the rest of your body does. The research is overwhelming, physical fitness, nutrition and mental conditioning has a real and significant impact on your cognitive health. Whether it’s memory, creativity, ability to learn, motor skill or disease, your brain is directly affected by the lifestyle choices you make.

Let us show you how to improve the functionality of your brain and reduce the risk of diseases, such as, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and age associated dementia, by teaching you how to make positive lifestyle modifications which empower and strengthen the health of your body, as well as…, Your brain.

Cognitive Skills

  • Memory reinforcement
  • Creativity enhancement
  • Associative learning
  • Education


This is your Brain

Mental illness, addiction, injury and other brain disorders can be devastating to the quality of life for those who are inflicted, as well as, for the people around them. In recent years neuroscience has made great inroads into their understanding of how the brain is affected by many neurological disorders which affect millions of people every day. Although these discoveries pale in relation to what still needs to be learned, there are now better solutions and more help than has ever been available before. Fitness, nutrition, cognitive therapy and other lifestyle choices, are proving to be a significant asset to an overall nuero-care solution.

ATP lifestyle modification is dedicated to the endless pursuit of maintaining a clear understanding of the most recent findings in neuroscience and how fitness, nutrition and cognitive conditioning and therapy can help those afflicted with debilitating brain disorders.

If you are someone, or you are caring for someone who needs help, ATP Lifestyle Modification would like to be part of your total care package. We can make a difference, because two brains are better then one.

Mental illness & Addiction Support

  • Coping skills
  • Addiction
  • Bio-chemical Recalibration
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Parkinson’s
  • Attention deficit disorders
  • Anxiety & panic disorders
  • Depression
  • Bipolar
  • Schizophrenia
  • PTSD
  • Brain injury
  • Learning disability