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Inherent brain resources that can help us release, rewire and create new neurological patterns


Neurofeedback is a form of brain training that occurs naturally in response to information provided back to us by our own brain. Its innate ability to be trained is supported by the Neuroplastic nature of our brain. The ability to adapt, rewire and create neural connections that can create significant changes in our system. 


The neurological feedback in neurofeedback is provided in real time using visual and/or auditory signals in the form of videos that reinforce desired and targeted wave lengths to achieve a therapeutic goal. The result of this training can assist in decreasing or activating a particular neurological pattern that has affected us in cognitive, behaviorally, or emotional ways. 

The feedback given back to our brain, either visual or auditory, engages our brain and reinforces the desired wave length response that has been targeted in the treatment. Each treatment session reinforces and shapes the neurological response to create desired goals. 

Neurofeedback has a long history going back to the 1950's, but has been increasingly researched over the last 20 years. It has been documented to be effective in treating ADHD, ASD, addictions, cognitive dysfunctions, learning disabilities, epilepsy, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and symptoms related to  trauma. There is much research suggesting long term beneficial effects from Neurofeedback which parallel many other evidence based approaches. 

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