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What is Neurofeedback?

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What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback, also called EEG Biofeedback, is a type of biofeedback that uses a real-time display to monitor brain activity. This information is given back to the brain and allows the brain to regulate the nervous system at a more optimal level. Optimizing the functioning of the brain, and thus the nervous system, has many positive effects. 

The purpose and focus of Neurofeedback.

Neurofeedback training has been shown to be safe and effective for the past 30 years. It helps optimize brain activity so that it performs at its peak state by promoting self-regulation. People seeking peak performance in sports, business, and the performing arts, as well as adults and children seeking help with problem conditions and injury can greatly benefit from Neurofeedback.


​What to expect from Neurofeedback training.

During training, brain wave sensors are placed on the scalp and analyzed by a computer in real time. All the trainee has to do is to sit comfortably and watch a video game or a movie. “Good brain waves” are rewarded and unwanted ones are inhibited. This process occurs automatically.

Most clients experience a sustainable change after approximately 20 sessions; however, more sessions may be needed depending on response and severity of the presenting symptoms.

​Benefits For Children


• Learning Difficulties

• Developmental Delays

• Sleep Disorders

• Athletic Peak Performance

• Anxiety

• Anger Management

• Depression

• Fears

• Impulse Control

• Obsessive-Compulsive Behaviors

• Attachment Disorders

• Tics and Tourette Syndrome

. Epilepsy

IQ boosts of 10-20 points are typical

in certain special needs groups after Neurofeedback training.

​Benefits For Adults

• Improves overall focus and clarity

• Enhances peak performance for  

   athletes, musicians and corporate


• Treatment of PTSD

• Adult ADD

• Emotional and Anxiety Disorders

• Addiction

• Depression

• Sequelae of Stroke and Head Trauma

• Migraine Headaches

• Sleep Disturbances

• Fibromyalgia

• Epilepsy

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