What is EEG Guided Neurofeedback?
You might also know it by its other names: Neurotherapy, EEG Biofeedback, brainwave training, brain fitness, or brain training. EEG guided neurofeedback uses small sensors placed on the head to record brainwave activity using electroencephalography (EEG). Information gathered this way can be used to teach the brain to operate more efficiently by providing various types of feedback. Training with EEG Guided Neurofeedback usually involves 2-3 sessions per week for 15 to 40 minutes per session. How many sessions depends upon patient goals, severity of symptoms, or type of dysfunctions treated.
What can Neurotherapy help me with?
- Provides you with information related to how and why you may struggle with certain issues. (As an aside: You would be amazed by how many behaviors are can be examined through EEG. Everything from insomnia, anxiety, and depression to difficulties with engaging in social situations, focusing, or even remembering people’s names!)
- Assist Healthy brains looking to reach peak performance
- Increase brain flexibility (oftentimes why people struggle mentally with a variety of issues is because brainwaves can get stuck in rigid patterns)
- Improve Quality of Sleep
- Uplift and Regulate Mood
- Provide Tools to reduce and manage stress
- Improve performance! — Athletic, Music, Leadership, Academic
Conditions Neurotherapy has been demonstrated to assist with:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Epilepsy and Tic Disorders
- Memory Disorders
- Substance Abuse and Addictions
- Cognitive Decline
- and others…