Conditions Addressed

There are numerous conditions that can be addressed by Neurofeedback , relieving symptoms, reducing or eliminating the need for medication, and ultimately restoring optimal brain health.

What is Neurofeedback Therapy?

Neurofeedback, or electroencephalography (EEG) in medical terms, is a non-invasive way to control and measure your brain waves. This form of therapy allows your neurofeedback provider to retrain an otherwise involuntary body process – i.e. your brain waves – through conditioning.

Why Is Neurofeedback Helpful?

Common conditions like depression, ADHD, anxiety, migraines, and more occur when your brain waves aren’t working together in perfect balance. Neurofeedback therapy allows you to retrain specific areas of your brain to bring it back to its functional best.

Neurofeedback therapy can help address and relieve the symptoms of the following conditions:

Neurofeedback has been linked to improving academic enhancement and academic success in students. It is effective for students of all ages from children to college and graduate level students. 

According to a study  conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 6.1 million children in the United States have been diagnosed with ADHD/ADD. In fact, the percentage of children diagnosed with this disorder increased 42% between the years 2003 to 2012

Neurofeedback for Anger: Anger is a naturally occurring emotion. However, some people find they are unable to express anger in a healthy and appropriate way. Anger disorder affects millions of Americans. It is characterized by responding to certain situations with inappropriate levels of anger that becomes problematic.

Anxiety disorders are the most common  condition in the United States, affecting 18% of the population every year. Prolonged stress and anxiety can have a negative effect on one’s health, and the consequences of prolonged anxiety can manifest in a multitude of ways. Neurofeedback can be an alternative treatment to those suffering from anxiety.

Neurofeedback for Autism Spectrum Disorder (mild to moderate) reshapes brain networks to improve processing of social and sensory information, while reducing activation of emotional networks. The process is simple, painless, and non-invasive.

As adults begin to age, research suggests there can be a decline in working memory, long-term memory, dual-tasking, task-switching, reasoning ability, and executive and attentional control. Neurofeedback for cognitive decline aids in healthy cognition for individuals struggling with their memory and better mental health quality of life with improved memory performance. 

Neurofeedback for conduct disorder can diminish disruptive behavior, strengthen learning capabilities, and reduce altercations with friends and family members. Parents may be under the false illusion that their child has control over their actions, and this may not always be the case. For a multitude of reasons, a child’s brain may not be able to properly respond to emotions such as fear, anger or shame. 

Neurofeedback for depression can improve brain waves resulting in minimization of symptoms. Depression is both a brain disorder and state of mind and is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States.

Neurofeedback has emerged as an effective alternative treatment to those with symptoms of Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia affects about 4 million US adults, which is about 2% of the adult population. 

Neurofeedback for Headaches & Migraines has become an effective alternative treatment. Brain training can reduce headaches and associated pain, and reduce or even eliminate medication taken for it. It has the ability to minimize the frequency and severity of painful headaches. 

Neurofeedback for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder has been used to modify brainwaves that are creating problems in clients suffering from OCD. Neurofeedback can help alleviate the anxiety and stress response caused by obsessive behavior and thoughts.

Neurofeedback is a promising alternative to alleviate Post Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms. PTSD can adversely impact psychological processes associated with the brain, resulting in long-term consequences on psychosocial functioning.

Neurofeedback can be an effective solution for those suffering from sleep disorders. Good sleep is critical to good health; however, an estimated 40 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders each year.