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Updated: May 21

Using neurofeedback your actions are an active part of the brain’s healing process. Whether you play a fun or competitive video game, interactive sounds or music using just your brains focus this play brings long-term change.

The setup: a read-only system attaches electrodes to your head measuring the electrical activity your brain is producing. Next you play games that require a balance of concentration and relaxation. Your brains activity influences the games performance, the clinician monitoring output can aid you in interpretation and alterations. Facilitation pattern changes in engaging some patterns and decreasing others.

The good news is that effects and benefits of training are long lasting to permanent once training has been completed. You have effectively retrained your brain, creating more efficient and optimally performing patterns, new pathways, and better self-regulation.

What our patients report is decreased anxiety and developmental trauma, enhanced memory and focus, decreased impulsivity, improved mood, better quality of sleep, better mental clarity and organizational structure, migraine reduction, among others. Not only is neurofeedback effective without side effects, while you may be targeting to improve one thing, the effects are far broader, accomplishing more than one change.

Professional athletes and executive coaches work with optimal performance enhancements to accomplish competitive advantages, visualization, attention regulation, greater insights into self and organizations, better risk management.

Multiple studies illustrate the effectiveness of neurofeedback to improve conditions such as:


  • Anxiety

  • Autism Spectrum / Asperger’s

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Chronic Pain

  • Depression

  • Developmental Trauma

  • Headaches and Migraines

  • Memory Issues

  • PTSD

  • Sleep Quality

  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Neurofeedback not only heals it can be fun!

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