"EEG neurofeedback is a natural, self-regulating approach that helps restore the brain's ability to function in the manner in which it was designed to function. It is perhaps the biggest breakthrough in non-invasive medicine in the last 50 years." - Brain Science International

What Is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback (NFB) is a type of brain training, in which individuals are trained to improve their brain function. NFB involves placing small, non-invasive sensors on the scalp to observe changes in brainwave activity. This precise measurement is immediately analyzed and converted to sound and video feedback through a computer monitor and speakers to represent the brain’s performance in real-time. Using this feedback, the individual learns to regulate or control his or her own brain states. This is helpful because the state of the brain has a large influence on how we think, act, and feel, emotionally and physically.  

NFB has its foundation in basic and applied neuroscience, as well as evidence-based clinical practice.  Extensive research demonstrates its effectiveness in treating specific conditions, such as ADHD and Epilepsy, with scientific studies also showing it to be promising for Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Chronic Pain, Addictions, and Traumatic Brain Injury.

Watch a short video demonstrating the benefits of neurofeedback.

Psychological Applications:

A client improves his focus by learning to control the excess slow-wave activity in his brain.

A client improves his focus by learning to control the excess slow-wave activity in his brain.

Anxiety Disorders
Attention Disorders
Emotional Regulation
Hyperactivity
Impulse Control
Overcoming Addictions
Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder
Relaxation and Meditation
Stress Management