Neurofeedback: Training The Brain For Optimal Performance And Healthy Life Changes
Harnessing The Link Between Brain Function And Behavior
The functioning of the brain and your behavior are intrinsically linked. Changes in your behavior can change your brain. Likewise, changes that occur in your brain can change your behavior.
Neurofeedback therapy harnesses the link between brain function and behavior to promote healthy changes in your life.
How does Neurofeedback work?
You may be surprised to learn that your brain is a bustling, flashing hub of electricity. Second by second, it produces electrical signals, which we call brain waves. A Neurofeedback practitioner measures these waves with a device called an electroencephalograph (EEG).
There are five different types of waves produced by the brain:
Because each of these waves has a different frequency, the EEG can identify them and measure activity levels. Dysfunction often stems from disproportionate amounts of each of these waves.
Neurofeedback therapy aims to reset the balance.
Notably, Neurofeedback therapy is pain-free, drug-free and completely non-invasive.
QEEG Brain Mapping
In our practice, we perform qualitative EEG (qEEG) brain mapping for our Neurofeedback therapy patients.
The signals we scan in your brain are analyzed by our team and then reviewed with you. The scan shows us the electrical activity in your brain. We can then determine if your brain is underactive or overactive in specific areas and if an imbalance of brain wave activity is responsible for the symptoms that you are experiencing.
Based on that activity, your provider will design a protocol to target your symptoms and treat your condition.
Treating A Host Of Conditions
- Addiction (alcohol or drug)
- Deficit/Hyperactive (ADHD)
- Attachment Disorder
- Spectrum (ASD)
- Bipolar Disorder
- Brain Fog (including with Lyme Disease)
- Bruxism (teeth
- Chronic Pain
- Chronic Fatigue
- Conduct Disorders
- Disruptive Behavior
- Eating Disorders
- Epilepsy / Seizures
- Executive Functioning
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
- Learning Disabilities
- Lyme Disease (including Brain Fog)
- Migraines / Headaches
- Disorder (OCD)
- Panic Attacks
- Peak Performance (athletes, executives)
- Premenstrual Syndrome
- Post-Traumatic Stress
- Disorder (PTSD)
- Self-Esteem Issues
- Self-Harm / Cutting
- Disorder (SPD)
- Sleep Disorders /
- Tinnitus (ringing in the ear)
- Tourette’s Disorder