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Neurofeedback Training

Neurofeedback Brainwave Training

​Neurofeedback training helps heal the brain. Psychotherapy heals the mind. Together, neurofeedback and psychotherapy can create lasting change and recovery. Neurofeedback improves brain function so clients can better engage in the psychotherapy process and make more conscious, healthy decisions for themselves.

Neurofeedback is a fun and non-invasive training program that teaches the brain to change itself and helps attention, mood, behavior, cognition, and more. In simple terms, neurofeedback is positive reinforcement for the brain. It teaches the brain how to be better balanced by feedback through tiny sensors that are temporarily placed on the scalp with a small amount of paste.

The neurofeedback device measures brain waves and teaches the brain to make healthier patterns by rewarding the brain when it does so. Once these healthier brain patterns are practiced and learned, the effects of neurofeedback tend to remain. As someone’s brain learns to improve and better modulate its own regulation, medication can often be reduced. Sometimes, it allows medications that weren’t working well to work better.

Conditions helped by training the brain with neurofeedback:


  • ​ADHD - Much research shows improved focus and attentional skills for ADD/ADHD.

  • 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 - People often report that things that used to make them anxious now don’t.

  • Attachment Disorder - Some top attachment professionals consider this an important new treatment.

  • Bipolar Disorder - A powerful tool for training increased mood stability.

  • Depression - When you’re stuck in a depressed state, training can help your brain learn to stay out of it.

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

  • Learning Disabilities - New research shows training can help improve reading, math, and dyslexia.

  • Migraines - Clients often report that 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 thoughts.

  • PTSD - Experienced clinicians report training can go well beyond hypnosis, EMDR, and psychotherapy.

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

  • 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.

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