Clients report feeling calmer, more focused, grounded, more efficient, and clearer
thinking as a result of their neurofeedback training.
Highly trained athletes and stage performers often use neurofeedback to improve their skills and focus. It is beneficial for any brain.
"My son was on 4 different medications for depression, anxiety, ADHD, and OCD before he started neurofeedback training. After 6 sessions, we began tapering off his medications and after 6 months of training, he is off all of his medications!"JH
"I have noticed that while doing sessions, the headaches I got every day had decreased and I didn't get them as much. During the school year, I had noticed I was able to concentrate more" KN
Some, not all, medical insurances cover neurofeedback for relaxation, stress management and ADHD. Please talk to your insurance company about neurofeedback and Occupational Therapy. If you have questions about insurance please call me:)
Please contact me for current rates and packages for neurofeedback training and lymphedema treatment.
Neurofeedback is an INVALUABLE INVESTMENT OF THE MIND/BODY HEALING and GROWTH for YOURSELF , FAMILY, FRIENDS, CO-WORKERS
and/or LOVED ONES.
What is the time commitment?
Similar to physical training, Neurofeedback is a gradual training process working toward optimal mental functioning. It is helpful at the beginning to train twice a week for 10 sessions, and then either continue at twice per week or taper to once per week. Once the brain is re-trained, the effects are
long lasting. After training is complete, one might encounter an extremely stressful period or have a trauma that will be helped by a few tune-up sessions.
Because one’s own brain is training itself, the progress is gentle and subtle. To measure progress, the client is given a 3 page initial survey questionaire to complete at the first session. After 10 sessions, the questionaire is given again and compared to the first results. It’s interesting to see how surprised people are with the changes that have occurred within themselves.
As training progresses, one may find that their need for medications may change. It is important for the client to communicate with their prescribing physician regarding their progress and medication dosage levels.