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Who We Help

Neurofeedback is utilized to achieve and support optimal brain functioning, whether it is peak performers seeking to improve their skills, or individuals looking for alternative solutions to resolving physiological, mental, emotional, or physical dysregulations.

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Attention and Learning 

Attention and learning involve different nerve circuits in the brain. Neurofeedback training can improve self-regulation and allow optimal function that can translate into increased focus and attention and decreased hyperactivity and impulsiveness.


Mood Disorders

Many symptoms related to anxiety and depression stem from trauma. Calming the brain down improves self-regulation, and can alleviate agitation, lift the mood and ultimately allow the brain resolve the traumatic memories.


Chronic Pain

Pain is a normal response created by the nervous systems to alert us when we are in danger. For some individuals, pain signals continue long after the injury has healed or even when there was never any injury. Along with other intervention, neurofeedback can help the brain change the perception of pain and become more resilient.


Sleep disorders

Sleep is such an important part of human existence, which is why sleep disruptions have such a broad impact on our overall functioning. Sleep dysregulations can be related to physical, emotional, or mental discomfort.

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Head injuries can result in unstable neural circuits in different parts of the brain, having a negative impact on overall brain performance as well as specific functions. Neurofeedback training can help improve self-regulation and restore stability, allowing for symptoms related to injury to decrease or resolve.

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Peak performance

Increased calm awareness and focused attention allow anyone to achieve their maximum potential, whether they are interested in improving their athletic, academic, or artistic skills. Neurofeedback training allows the brain to reach its potential.



When a nervous system experiences traumatic events, especially at an early age, it pushes it into an emergency state. Neurofeedback can help calm the brain and to return to normal functioning by improving self-regulation.


Autism and Developmental Disorders

With improved self-regulation due to the calming effects of neurofeedback, the brain can learn to better organize its own activity. That can lead to improved social-emotional awareness, better processing of sensory input, decreased reactivity and repetitive behaviors.



Neurofeedback supports self-regulation and impulse control which can aid in the reduction of substance abuse and addicition. 

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