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Neurofeedback is a way to show your brain what it is doing so that it can CHANGE what it is doing. It is a powerful tool to regulate the nervous system and bring about a state of balance and well-being.

— Jessica Weimer, Licensed Professional Counselor in Denver, CO

Neurofeedback trains your brain by reading its thermal or electrical data and feeding it back to you via an external device such as a computer screen. HEG Neurofeedback upregulates the execuctive functioning part of the brain which resides in the prefrontal cortex. Executive functions include organization, planning, working memory, flexible thinking, and the all important impulse control (key area of treatment for ADHD). Impairments in executive functioning is what HEG Neurofeedback helps with.

— Dr. Thomas Lucking, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Los Gatos, CA
 

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

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

Neurofeedback or Biofeedback EEG is designed to retrain the brain to produce feelings of calmness and relaxation. Studies have shown that neurofeedback can effectively treat a number of conditions including: ADD/ADHD Anxiety Autism Bipolar Disorder Depression Developmental Delays Emotional Trauma Extreme Stress Headaches/Migraines Learning Disabilities Obsessive Compulsive Disorders Panic Attacks Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Sleep Disorders

— Neurofeedback and Counseling Center of Pennsylvania, Counselor in Harrisburg, PA
 

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

Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback that helps to train your brain to function optimally. Your brain cells communicate via electrical impulses and are active all the time, even when you are asleep. Brainwaves occur at various frequencies: Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta, and Gamma. They are measured in cycles per second or hertz (Hz). Neurofeedback trains your brain to optimize the brain frequencies and reestablish balance. Go to www.barcelonacounseling.org/Neurofeedback- for more information.

— Barcelona Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor in Beaverton, OR
 

MCN sends a low strength, imperceptible current to the brain, allowing it to re-organize itself and get out of frozen, stuck patterns. Utilizing the brain’s own neuroplasticity, individuals experience a more symptom-free, fulling, positive life. MCN supports the brainwaves at two states: at rest, to become quieter, and at work, more flexible in their functioning.

— Christina Chopin, Mental Health Practitioner in San Diego, CA

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
 

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

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
 

I am board-certified with the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA): Certificate #E6283

— Michael Donovan, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in , MD

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
 

We offer the newest state-of-art system and training to offer you the most powerful results. I am passionate about you feeling better because everyone deserves a chance to be the best they can be.

— Lisa Taylor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Northfield, MN