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534 Fleet Ave
Winnipeg, MB, R3L 0S2


Our mission at The ADD Centre® (Winnipeg) is to help improve your focus, concentration, attention span, reflection and organization.  Let us help you feel and understand what it is like to be in that focused “zone” while in school, at work, or during an athletic event. Gain the tools to aid you with your daily organization of tasks. Feel motivated and make concentration work for you! Please email or give us a call on our contact page for more information. link on the links below to read about our testimonials, or look head to our articles page to learn more about ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, and how Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Brain Training are helping children and adults everywhere to learn to focus, concentrate, and succeed.

Executive Performance Services


Executive Performance Services
Assisting my athlete’s in sport is one dimension of my business. Assisting people in business to perform like high performance athletes is the other.  
Athletes work on their minds as a much as their bodies. They are well aware that when they get their minds right, superior performance usually follows.
So why don’t business people do the same?
Businessmen and women that use the tools of sport psychology performance in the business environment see that performance is enhanced. 

1. Smart Process Goal Setting
Make sure you set clear, achievable goals that stretch you to perform at your best, and then articulate a step-by-step plan for achieving each of them.

2. Mental Imagery  
Develop tools to mentally ‘see’ images of you performing superbly. Sports and business personal performance can dramatically improve when we consistently rehearse mentally.

3. Breath Control with Biofeedback
When you breathe slowly and deeply, you develop techniques for body and brain to communicate effectively. Breath control is a rarely discussed secret to high performance, yet it’s a critical component of positive performance.

4. Champion’s Body Language
How you move greatly affects your mood. Carry yourself like a champion and you’ll begin to think like a champion

5. Correct Intensity    
Monitor your intensity level, making sure it’s just right for the situation. Not too tight, not too relaxed.

6. Internal Talk      
Always speak to yourself in a positive, can do, encouraging manner. It pays to talk to be your own best supporter. Constantly be uplifting and supporting yourself through your internal dialogue.

7. Enjoyment  
Business is a long game, if we don’t enjoy each day then our performance will eventually suffer. Interestingly, as British positive psychology expert Dr Robert Holden often emphasizes, enjoyment is  largely a choice, it’s  not purely determined by our circumstances. Top performers choose to enjoy every day.

Helping our clients win Olympic medals is one aspect of our business. Helping people in organizations perform like Olympians is the other.


B.S. Sport Management, Georgia Southern University
M.A. Sport Psychology, University of Manitoba

Bio - Sport management and psychology professional Stephen Dubienski is backed by an extensive background in sport management, sport psychology, brand marketing and elite athletic performance. His professional career has included working for Lorning Ward Sport Management, the Vancouver Olympic Committee and Red Bull. A former professional and NCAA Division 1 tennis athlete, organized hockey player, high school volleyball and golf member, Stephen developed an understanding of sport performance and the psychological toll, especially after injury is comprehensive and extensive. With a Masters in Sport Psychology at the University of Manitoba and a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management from Georgia Southern University, he is motivated by an intense passion to help provide positive tools for athletes suffering from psychological setbacks, specifically from sustaining a concussion. Stephen believes that biofeedback and neurofeedback training could prove to be a positive alternative to anti-depressives, sleeping pills, pain pills, drugs and alcohol, and assist individuals to work through depression, stress, anxiety, loss of confidence, fear and anger issues to be the happy, healthy and productive people they were before sustaining a concussion.