Welcome to Mente Clinic 


It is time to Tune In to Mente, the world’s first home therapy that is clinically-proven to increase engagement and improve relaxation in children with ASD.

Numerous families have found Mente to help their children to become more relaxed, focused and engaged. Testimonials from parents show Mente to have had a very positive impact on their child. Whether they pay more attention during school, are much calmer in stressful situations or manage to get a full night’s sleep, each positive change has long-lasting effects on the family.

Why Mente?

  • Mente is light and portable
  • It is designed for home-use
  • It helps to self-regulate attention and mood
  • Demonstrated efficacy as a home-based tool in reducing stress-induced symptoms and behavioural issues (Carrick et al., 2018).
  • Safe and easy to use, with little to no supervision at home.

The lightweight, wearable design utilises dry electrodes and wireless connectivity. It consists of a headband, an application (app) and a cloud component. The App enables users of the Mente device to register the product, monitor daily sessions of therapy provided by the device, the transfer of session data from the Device to the Application and to upload the data from the App to the Mente cloud system. Users can also view session reports via the App.

Take advantage of our FREE initial consultation and speak to a Mente specialist to learn how the therapy can help your child’s wellbeing. Click on the button below to schedule your first FREE appointment.

If you would like to subscribe to the therapy*, you can purchase sessions and the device directly from our shopping cart. Click on the button below to order.


* Mente therapy is available on a subscription basis. After the first 60 sessions, Mente users can purchase blocks of 100 sessions for EUR249 (normal RRP EUR499). The FREE consultation must be booked before the 60th therapy session. Mente comes with a 30-day money back guarantee. Other terms and conditions may apply.


Mente has been validated in autistic children between 3 and 12 years.