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Neurofeedback, in my opinion, is the only drug-free treatment besides psychotherapy that is really truly effective in treating a wide variety of mental health symptoms, in a lasting way. Please visit my website for more info but suffice to say that I have seen practically miraculous transformations in my clients' (and my own!) anxiety, depression, distractibility, moodiness, impulsivity, self-consciousness, executive function, sleep quality, productivity, energy, and so much more!

— Ursa Davis, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in Edgewater, CO

I am trained in The Polyvagal Theory and I am certified in The Safe & Sound Protocol. I engage in psychoeducation and skill building with all of my clients regarding the structure and function of their nervous system and how to expand their body's ability to feel more safe. The Safe & Sound Protocol is a separate, non-invasive sound therapy that helps activate the vagus nerve and increase distress tolerance. I offer this as a separate program to my clients.

— Brandi Solanki, Counselor in Waco, TX

Our brain works on wavelengths, and Neurofeedback involves non-invasive technology that either speeds up or slows down those wavelengths. This best serves as a compliment to talk therapy, but can be a helpful way to reduce symptoms

— Jonny Pack, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Asheville, NC

Another therapy modality that we incorporate is Neurofeedback, or EEG biofeedback, research proven to help you improve your optimal function through intensive brain training exercises. Neurofeedback is evidence based practice that decreases anxiety, depression, addictions and multiple cognitive and brain functioning issues with increased peak performance.

— Gina Baiamonte, Counselor in Houston, TX

I specialize in EEG neurofeedback which is a drug-free, non-invasive technique to help the brain self-regulate.

— Stuart Silberman, Psychologist in Eugene, OR

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

I have over 10 years of experience using neurofeedback to address symptoms associated with stress, sleep, concussions, migraines, anxiety, depression, mood regulation, sensory processing, ADHD, Autism and chronic illness. I offer in office sessions and home rental systems.

— Kristi Knight, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in Fishers, IN

I have been trained in neurofeedback and am currently working toward my certification. The brain has an amazing potential to heal itself when provided with the information needed to do so. Neurofeedback is a non-invasive process that can help improve the brain’s ability to regulate and, in turn, offer possible traction to the therapy process, whether that be for anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, brain injury, and more.

— Cindy Purifoy, Marriage & Family Therapist in Overland Park, KS

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

At this time, Neurodivergent Therapies is exclusively offering Neurofeedback training therapy.

— Alyson "Rae" Pittman, Licensed Professional Counselor in Little Rock, AR

My evolving experience at Pathwaves, a center that I cofounded, provides me with a powerful and natural tool that gives individuals the ability to more quickly transform parts that keep them in unhealthy patterns. This provides them with effective and sustainable practice that leads to more efficient self-regulation of their nervous system. This helps to quickly and sustainably resolve patterns of unmanageable anxiety, depression, sleep, anger, and other performance limitations.

— Ryan Landau, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Miami, FL