Clients often report training reduces frequency, intensity, and duration of migraines and headaches.
Helps them learn to calm themselves, seems to speed development.
Concussions and bumps on the head can have long-ranging impact. Changes in behavior or emotional stability can be the result of a concussion or brain injury.
Is your memory noticeably declining? Are you having a hard time remembering names and numbers?
Struggling with substance abuse or other addictions? Can't seem to kick the habit? Neurofeedback can help an addicted brain learn to break the cycle.
Stroke and TBI can cause issues with cognitive and physical abilities. With a brain map we can identify deficits in brain patterns and use neurofeedback to train the brain to function more normally.
Disruption of a child's feeling of safety and security early in development can lead to an attachment disorder and cause a lot of suffering for families. Neurofeedback can help a RAD child learn to calm a fearful brain so attachment between parent and child can develop.
A traumatic event can affect a person so strongly that they are unable to function normally and experience unrelenting anxiety. Neurofeedback can help a brain stuck in a stressed state relearn how to calm itself and get anxiety under control.
Some of the first studies done in neurofeedback involved reduction of intensity and frequency of seizures. Today brain training remains an efficacious way to treat seizure disorders and stabilize brainwaves.
Coping with pain or low energy levels? Chronic pain and fibromyalgia can have causes rooted in the brain. Neurofeedback can help regulate parasympathetic and sympathetic parts of the nervous system.