You’ve come to this page because you are curious to see what conditions we work with and to gain the answer to many frequently asked questions. Neurotherapy is used for many issues, as well as peak performance training.
Age Related Cognitive Decline
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery
Increasing self control
Improving sociability and eye contact
Your brain is the driver of all experience and learning. Brain training with neurotherapy leads to focus, calmness, self control, improving attention, decreasing distractibility, diminishing impulsivity and creating self control.
Because the brain is a self-regulating feedback loop, one out-of-sync area will impact the entire structure, and we find compensatory mechanisms and behaviors kicking in. Neurofeedback uses consistent reinforcement via reward (called “operant conditioning”), which tells the brain when it is producing the proper brain waves, reducing excessive activity, upping deficient activity, and restoring aberrant patterns to a healthy state.