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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

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

The brain always wants to stay in comfort. Unfortunately, it also allows itself to perform automatic processes. What worked to comfort our brain as a child does not always stand up to the test of time. Neurofeedback gives the unconscious brain a mirror, which allows it to pay attention to itself and correct the processes that have become uncomfortable. It is especially helpful in correcting the ways it processes information, such as executive functioning processes and fight/flight issues.

— Breiane Cage, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate in Plano, TX
 

Treating many clients with diverse ailments.

— Audra Van Tassell, Art Therapist in West Hartford, CT

I could not be more convinced that neurofeedback is the future. I have trained in different NF modalities, and all of them make a difference in the life of my clients in different ways, but all of them are effective. And NF is also a tool to optimize the brain & nervous system functioning for people of all sorts whether they have emotional problems or the simple desire to feel better, to grow, to be more effective, or to have more control.

— Antonieta Contreras, Therapist in NEW YORK, NY
 

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

I have both the Basic and Advanced Certifications with Zengar Institute in the NeurOptimal training system. I can't wait to see what neurofeedback can do for you.

— Olga Ward, Therapist in Beaverton, OR
 

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

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
 

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 provides symptom relief for a wide range of conditions including Anxiety, Depression, ADHD,  Migraines, OCD, Pain, Sleep Disorders, Trauma and Addiction. In addition, our specialties also include diverse issues such as Autism, Developmental Delays, Traumatic Brain Injury, Reactive Attachment Disorder , PTSD and Dementia. Neurofeedback is highly effective in  Peak Performance Training, schedule your sessions now to maximize your performance.

— Jackie deVries, Therapist in Ridgewood, NJ