Clinical Training Tools from RaiseYourIQ

A set of unique and scientifically developed cognitive and therapeutic tools for professionals

At RaiseYourIQ, our research and development extend beyond the provision of educational tools, but also includes a range of clinical tools scientifically designed to assist you in your work with clients. We are recognized and used throughout the global scientific and healthcare communities.

We have created a platform specifically to help healthcare professionals (doctors, psychologists, clinicians etc.) with the detection, diagnosis, and intervention of cognitive disorders.

We offer a range of unique and scientifically developed cognitive and therapeutic tools that draw on recent developments in the related fields of Relational Frame Theory and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Our development team consists of ACT therapist, academic, and Clinician, Dr. Sarah Cassidy and University Professor and Relational Frame Theory (RFT) author and expert, Dr. Bryan Roche.

The RaiseYourIQ approach to brain health is based on Relational Frame Theory – a modern theory of cognition that our team has helped to develop over the past two decades. Dr. Roche was the co-editor of the two seminal texts on this theory. Dr. Cassidy was the leading researcher behind the first demonstration of IQ gains resulting from relational skills training.

RaiseYourIQ offers the only cognitive intervention system in the world that is based on tried and tested systems of intellectual skills interventions used in the clinical setting (for example the methods of Applied Behaviour Analysis), and that has been shown in published scientific research to lead to real, large, and objectively measurable gains in general intelligence (IQ). No other method benefits from even a single study, showing large and reliable IQ gains as a result of training.

List of Professional Cognitive and Therapeutic Tools for Clinicians

SMART training for Educational Aptitude.

This is our flagship and empirically supported cognitive training tool for professionals, proven in several published studies to improve the full gamut of intellectual skills associated with general intelligence, reading, verbal comprehension, perceptual reasoning, visual processing, working memory, performance IQ, vocabulary, numerical skills and scholastic aptitude. The suite includes the full SMART training program, available only in abbreviated form to the general public. Read more

SMART for Dyslexia.

SMART training designed especially for people with verbal sequencing, or letter discrimination issues and visual processing speed difficulties which are often associated with dyslexic readers. This tool teaches fluency in word discrimination and basic sentence grammar principles at the same time. Read more

SMART tools on the go.

Brief fun games based on the SMART method but useful for people on the go and who may not wish to complete a formal SMART training programme. Choose your own level of difficulty and target cognitive speed or agility.

SMART KidStarter.

KidStarter SMART Training is designed to bridge the gap between early language development (age 4+) and the ability to undertake regular SMART training. It prepares younger users for SMART training by accelerating the development of basic relational skills. The training is also useful for older children with language delays or other learning challenges, and teaches the basic relational reasoning required for efficient language acquisition. Read more

FAST training for Emotional and Cognitive Flexibility.

The FAST (Function Acquisition Speed Test) is a newly developed training and testing set of tools for common emotional issues such as social anxiety, school anxiety, general anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, eating issues, compulsions. New tools regularly added. Read more

Acceptance-based Mindfulness Training.

Mindfulness based interventions can be an important adjunct to traditional clinical interventions in clinical and educational contexts. Acceptance-based mindfulness is a flavor of mindfulness emerging from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, which has produced many powerful therapeutic interventions, including an American Psychological Association recognised treatment for coping with chronic pain.