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Conditions Treated

Conditions Treated
Conditions helped by training the brain with neurofeedback:


  • ADHD & ADD - Much research shows that neurofeedback helps improve focus and attentional skills for ADD, ADHD, and hyperactivity.

  • Autism, Aspergers, Developmental Delays - Helps clients learn to calm themselves, seems to speed development.

  • Addiction - Reduces symptoms that lead to self-medication, particularly anxiety, depression, and sleep.

  • Anxiety and Panic Attacks - People often report that neurofeedback helped reduce or stop panic attacks and that things that used to make them feel anxious now don’t.

  • Attachment Disorder - Some top attachment professionals consider neurofeedback to be an important new treatment.

  • Bipolar Disorder - Neurofeedback is a powerful tool for training increased mood stability.

  • Coordination and Mobility Problems - Neurofeedback is very effective at improving coordination and mobility problems, regardless of the cause.

  • Depression - When you’re stuck in a depressed state, neurofeedback can help your brain learn to avoid feeling depressed.

  • Insomnia - Neurofeedback training often helps improve sleep patterns, falling asleep and staying asleep.

  • Involuntary Tics - Neurofeedback is very effective at reducing the amount and frequency of tics that some people experience.

  • Learning Disabilities - New research shows neurofeedback training can help improve reading and math skills as well as dyslexia.

  • Migraines - Clients often report that neurofeedback training reduces the frequency, intensity, and duration of migraines.

  • OCD and Obsessive Thinking - Training the brain can help you learn to quiet the mind and shut off unwanted intrusive and obsessive thoughts.

  • PTSD - Experienced clinicians report that neurofeedback training can go well beyond hypnosis, EMDR, and psychotherapy in reducing PTSD symptoms.

  • Seizures and Epilepsy - Research shows neurofeedback training can significantly reduce the number of seizures that one experiences.

  • Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) - Some expert neuropsychologists who work with stroke and TBI say neurofeedback is one of the best new interventions & one of the few treatments that can make a big difference.

  • Tinnitus - Neurofeedback is very effective at reducing and even eliminating the inner ear pain and noise associated with tinnitus.

Contact us today if you would like to schedule a free, no-obligation evaluation to answer your questions and discuss whether our services might be right for you or someone you care about.

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