Our neurotherapy process is like learning to ride a bike. Initially, you’ll need training wheels to guide you.

Neurostimulation is like training wheels on a bike. The brain copies the frequencies it is given. We demonstrate to the brain what we would like it to do. Then we remove the training wheels and test your riding capabilities with neurofeedback. Your brain learns how to behave by mimicking the frequencies it is asked to make and, in time, it creates these frequencies on its own.

We often begin intensively (between two and five sessions weekly). The degree of intensity depends on the severity of the condition. Through trial and error, we have learned that one session per week (in the beginning) does not produce reliable results. Over time, we reduce the number of sessions until the individual’s brain is behaving in the desired way, reliably and sustainably.

Your brain then knows how to behave just like you know how to ride a bike (once you’ve learned).


Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy (HBOT) is an add-on modality at our clinics. It is also known as oxygen diving. The Hyperbaric oxygen chamber is a pressurized tube, that inflates once the client is inside. It is roomy and comfortable. Then a special mask that delivers oxygen to the client is worn. Due to the pressure in the chamber, oxygen molecules are pushed into the blood plasma (whereas typically one red blood cell will carry 4 oxygen molecules at capacity). This process enriches the blood with oxygen, and the blood then heals and rejuvenates the entire body, from the inside out. While everyone can benefit from this treatment, it is especially effective in cases of head trauma (TBI, stroke, concussion), as well as depression. Hyperbaric oxygen boosts the body’s natural healing capabilities by dissolving free radicals in the body, allowing for inflammation to decrease.


Dr. Dogris and Dr. Thompson are both licensed psychotherapy providers. Dr.Dogris is a licensed psychologist and Dr. Thompson is a licensed psychotherapist.

We weave psychotherapy into our work with many of our clients. We believe the mind and the brain are inextricably linked. So, in many cases, the emotional and psychological life of a client is an important consideration in the neurotherapy process. We typically see our patients for psychotherapy one a weekly basis or as needed.

Dr. Dogris specializes in trauma therapy, is trained in EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. For 30+ years he has worked with a diverse population of child, adolescent, adult, and seniors.

Dr. Thompson is a depth psychotherapist who is trained in Jungian psychotherapeutic modalities. She works with individuals, couples, and families. She has worked with She wrote her doctoral dissertation on the ways in which the emotional body and psyche emerge in EEG.


Heart Rate Variability at NeuroField Neurotherapy is a method of muscle testing the client’s heart. Using our HRV procedure, we first determine the natural variability of your heart beat and then, using stimulation technology, we pass subtle electro-magnetic frequencies in your body to determine the frequency your brain or body desires, based upon a yes response from your heart.


A quantitative EEG is a brain map. This is an electrical measurement, analysis, and quantification of the brainwaves. The brainwaves are the brain’s verbing, or the action potentials of the brain. We first gather the raw EEG data, and then we process it through a normative database, which is a database of healthy individuals’ brainwaves of the same age and gender as the patient. This gives us a comparison of the client’s brain relative to others’. This is the first step in our assessment process.