Neurofeedback

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These conditions are highly responsive to neurofeedback:

      • ADD/ADHD
      • Anxiety
      • Insomnia
      • Brain Injury
      • Autism

Neurotherapy is a safe, non-invasive method to address a wide variety of conditions. By training the brain to function more efficiently, neurofeedback helps reduce or eliminate the underlying causes of many chronic conditions.

Neurofeedback is a “high-tech” version of biofeedback that displays the functioning of the brain. State of the art EEG technology monitors brain waves and provides immediate feedback to the client. Brain waves are then analyzed to determine areas of strength and weakness. Difficulties with attention and sleep, for example, are often due to inefficiencies in brain wave patterns.

Neurofeedback training is a process similar to learning to play a musical instrument or hitting a tennis ball. You will practice various brain management skills by interacting with a computer based feedback system. The system monitors your brainwaves through sensors placed on your head. Information (feedback) is displayed in an interesting, timely and meaningful way that encourages fast and effective changes. For example, a client might “play” a computer game or watch a movie that responds to changes in brain activity. When the brain is working efficiently the game progresses more quickly and/or a rewarding sound or image appears.