Neurofeedback Therapy

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive technique that aims to regulate and optimize brain activity. It provides real-time information about brainwave patterns and allows individuals to self-regulate brain function. The primary goal of neurofeedback is to improve brain performance and enhance cognitive abilities.
 

Benefits of Brain Training

Users report better sleep, enhanced memory, focus, concentration, academic performance, self-esteem, and mood regulation, amongst other things.

Safe-a gentle, non-Invasive, FDA Approved approach to training the brain for all ages.

Natural-because the brain is not being forced to do anything, there are no side effects.

Easy-training is as easy as watching your favorite television show or reading your favorite book.

How NeurOptimal Neurofeedback Is Different

NeurOptimal’s method of focusing on brain training versus medical treatment sets it apart from traditional neurofeedback approaches which target specific symptoms or diagnoses. Rather than take a single snapshot of the brain and force it to adjust in a certain way, NeurOptimal is interacting dynamically with the brain’s activity and continually providing the brain with feedback about its own activity. The brain, when presented with this feedback, adjusts itself for optimal performance and functioning.

NeurOptimal is known for its non-medical, non-diagnostic approach and has been successfully used for over 15 years. To date, NeurOptimal Neurofeedback has documented more than three million hours of safe and effective worldwide usage in various settings, including home usage.

Evidence-Based Practice

Here’s what typically happens during a neurofeedback training session:

  1. Setup and Preparation: The session begins with the client being comfortably seated in a quiet and relaxed environment. They are usually seated in a chair and are connected to the neurofeedback system.
  2. Electrode Placement: NeurOptimal uses a simple and flexible setup. Two sensors are placed on the scalp. Additional hookups are gently placed on the earlobes.
  3. Real-time Brain Monitoring and Feedback: During the session, the client listens to music or watches a video while the neurofeedback software analyzes their brain activity in real-time. When the software detects a shift in the client’s state, it triggers momentary interruptions or skips in the music or video. These interruptions are very brief, lasting only milliseconds.
  4. Brain Self-Regulation: These brief interruptions provide the brain with feedback about its own activity. When the brain perceives these interruptions, it is encouraged to self-regulate and optimize its functioning. With each subsequent session, the brain optimizes its activity, leading to improved mental clarity, focus, sleep, and emotional resilience, for example.
How Can Neurofeedback Help You?

Improved Focus & Concentration-no more fog head, get clear, focused thinking.

Sharper Memory-forget about forgetting names. Remember names and other important details.

Better Quality Sleep-eliminate endless tossing and turning and start sleeping through the night.

Enhanced Emotional Regulation-sudden outbursts can be a thing of the past. Learn to regulate emotions.

Stress Relief-Eliminate stress and avoid burnout with regular sessions.

Boost Academic Performance-Stop dreaded teacher calls about poor performance.

Enhance Athletic Performance-Give athletes a boost over their competitors both on and off the court.

Neurofeedback Therapy for Depression

Neurofeedback therapy is a cutting-edge treatment that holds promise in the realm of mental health, particularly for those struggling with depression. This innovative therapy harnesses the brain’s natural ability to rewire itself, offering a non-invasive and drug-free approach to alleviating symptoms of depression.

Unlike traditional forms of therapy that rely heavily on dialogue and behavioral interventions, neurofeedback therapy directly targets the brain’s neural pathways. By using real-time monitoring of brainwave activity, individuals undergoing neurofeedback therapy can learn to regulate their brain function more effectively, leading to improved mood regulation and a reduction in depressive symptoms.

Research in the field of neurofeedback therapy for depression has shown promising results, with many individuals reporting significant improvements in their mood, energy levels, and overall well-being. As awareness of this therapy grows, more individuals are turning to neurofeedback as a complementary or alternative treatment for depression.

Neurofeedback Therapy for Trauma

Trauma is a deeply distressing or disturbing experience that can have profound effects on an individual’s mental, emotional, and physical well-being. It can stem from a wide range of events, such as accidents, abuse, natural disasters, or witnessing violence. The impact of trauma varies from person to person, and its effects can manifest in different ways, including anxiety, depression, PTSD, substance abuse, and relationship difficulties.

Understanding the causes of trauma is essential in order to address its effects effectively. Trauma can result from a single overwhelming event or from prolonged exposure to stressful situations. It can also be intergenerational, passed down through generations. The effects of trauma can be long-lasting and may interfere with a person’s ability to function in daily life.

Recognizing the signs and symptoms of trauma is the first step towards healing. By understanding the root causes of trauma and its effects on the brain and body, individuals can begin to explore various therapeutic approaches, such as neurofeedback therapy, to help alleviate their suffering and promote healing.

Here’s What Neurofeedback Users Are Saying:

“Neurofeedback has given us a better quality of sleep”
Julie Daniels
“My focus is better and my sense of well-being is much improved”
Jonathan Marshall
“I’m sleeping through the night, I wake up feeling alert and refreshed”
Kathryn Flemming

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FAQ’s

How long is one session of Neurofeedback?

Each session lasts approximately 30 minutes.

How many sessions do I need?

Clients are encouraged to do a minimum of 10 sessions in order to notice significant shifts.

Do I have to go into the office for sessions?

You may opt to rent a machine if you would prefer to do the sessions from the comfort of your home.

What ages can use NeurOptimal?

It is safe for use with all ages.

Can it be used in conjunction with traditional therapy?

Yes! Therapists have seen clients get remarkable results when combining neurofeedback  with therapy.

How much does it cost?

Sessions are priced affordably whether conducted in office or for home rentals. For less than the cost of poor sleep, memory, and attention, sessions can be conducted to put these problems to bed for good. Please contact us for exact pricing.

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