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HEG Neurofeeback can be used as a no side effects/no medication solution to treat ADHD, anxiety, autism, emotional regulation, mood disorders, and more. HEG Neurofeedback trains your brain by reading its thermal data and feeding it back to you via an external device such as a computer screen. HEG Neurofeedback upregulates the executive functioning part of the brain. Executive functions include organization, planning, working memory, flexible thinking, and impulse control.

— Cassie Rovig, Associate Clinical Social Worker in Sacramento, CA

I am a certified Neurofeedback provider. I use Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS) to treat many symptoms. LENS lifts suppression’s and lifts compensations that our minds create to protect us. It allows all of the 21 sites in our brains to communicate more effectively through healing. If you are in Nevada area and you want to feel better, please come and see me.

— Michele Ramey, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Las Vegas, NV

The brain has an incredible, inherent ability to self-correct. Nonlinear neurofeedback training is designed to provide the brain with the information it needs to make its own adjustments. By detecting and monitoring changes in the cortical patterns within the brain, neurofeedback training allows your brain – and you – to become more flexible and resilient.

— Kristen Baird-Goldman, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
 

Working towards Neurofeedback Board certification-under supervision of Britney Cirullo, LPCC-s, BCN

— Chase Harshbarger, Counselor in Cuyahoga Falls, OH

Neurofeedback is a brain based therapy that helps people learn to improve brain functioning. It has solid research behind it's effectiveness and can often help people create changes they were not able to create with other forms of therapy. When you improve brain function, your life improves!

— Steffanie Stecker, Counselor in Englewood, CO
 

There are several devices that we can use on your path to begin a brain-training program using Neurofeedback. I spent half of my undergraduate years and a majority of my graduate studies studying the impact and use of neurofeedback or brain-imaging devices in therapy. We can use brain-imaging devices such as the EEG for you to witness changes in your own brain, and by learning how to build neuronal (brain connections) and use your thoughts and tech to improve your brain functioning.

— Jacob Stotler, Therapist in Kearney, NE

I utilize Neurofeedback brain training to address symptoms of ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Migraines and Sleep issues.

— Lori Allen, Licensed Professional Counselor in West Monroe, LA
 

I specializes in providing remote neurofeedback care. My clients are able to rent a system to use in the comfort of their home, on their own schedule. Typical Neurofeedback training is done 3-4 times per week for a period of 90 days. Our training comes with a 100% money back guarantee that you will see a reduction in your symptoms when training as recomended or your money back! That's how strongly we believe in our therapy.

— Dev Patel, Therapist in Danbury, CT

There are two of us at the practice that do neurofeedback to help with emotional regulation and ADHD. Since most insurance companies do not reimburse for neurofeedback at this time, we either integrate into the normal counseling session or charge a separate fee for the neurofeedback only.

— Dr. Brian Sillanpaa, Licensed Professional Counselor in Tempe, AZ
 

NeuroStar uses transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to target key areas of the brain that are underactive in people with depression. It is not ECT (electroconvulsive therapy). www.tmscentercentennial.com

— Rodney Placzek, Counselor in Centennial, CO