Neurofeedback for Individuals
Neurofeedback is used as an aid for optimal brain functioning, whether it is peak performers seeking to improve their extraordinary skills, or people looking for alternative solutions to resolving physiological, mental, emotional, or physical dysregulations. This includes ADD/ADHD, migraines, chronic pain, learning differences, symptoms related to developmental disorders, as well as sleep problems, anxiety, depression, addictive behaviors, trauma resolution and so much more.
How is Neurofeedback Done?
An initial interview, health history and testing are done to assess brain function, understand symptoms, and to design an individualized training protocol. Sensors are placed on the scalp to monitor the electrical signal in the targeted area. The signal will then be monitored by way of an amplifier and the computer software will process it and allow the brain to witness it through a game or video. This will help the brain learn about its own activity and shift to a more appropriate and optimal functioning level. Over time, the brain learns how to self-regulate and maintain gains achieve through repetition of training. The aim is greater stability, greater flexibility, and faster recovery from dysregulation.