Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback helps treat...

Addictions (behavioral/ingestible), attachment/relational issues, ADD/ADHD, trauma/PTSD and stress related symptomatology, dissociation (including DID), developmental issues, depression, anxiety, panic, OCD,  Bi-Polar, anger, suicidal tendencies, self-harm, performance/academic enhancement, autism, tics, eating disorders, learning disorders.

Helpful for these physical ailments: Chronic pain, asthma, regulating sleep, illnesses (like Lyme, Sciatica,) fibromyalgia, seizures, cancer, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy syndrome (RSD), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and concussions, MS, Stroke, Parkinson's, Alzheimers, autoimmune issues, skin issues, vertigo, blood pressure, jaw clenching, headaches, migraines, PMS/PMDD, and end of life anxiety.

Neurofeedback is also an alternative to psychopharmacological medications and can help you transition off of them.

What to expect...

First, there is an initial intake session. Then training can begin. Training sessions are typically an hour long. Length of treatment is typically between 20-40 sessions but can go up to 80 depending on the type of condition being addressed.

Neurofeedback types offerred...

We utilize the Othmer Method, Alpha/Theta, Z-score, QEEG, and Infraslow Fluctuation (ISF).

 

Learn more from where I was trained HERE.

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"Neurofeedback is direct training of brain function, by which the brain learns to function more efficiently. We observe the brain in action from moment to moment. We show that information back to the person. And we reward the brain for changing its own activity to more appropriate patterns. This is a gradual learning process. It applies to any aspect of brain function that we can measure. Neurofeedback is training in self-regulation. It is simply biofeedback applied to the brain directly. Self-regulation is a necessary part of good brain function. Self-regulation training allows the system (the central nervous system) to function better."

Sue Othmer