Neurofeedback Training

Neurofeedback and Biofeedback training teach learned skills to create accountability of the body and mind.

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How it works

Neurofeedback is the direct training of brain function, by which the brain learns to function more efficiently. Neurofeedback uses monitoring devices to provide moment-to-moment information to an individual on the state of their physiological functioning. During training, sensors are placed on the scalp and then connected to sensitive electronics and computer software that detect, amplify and record specific brain activity. Resulting information is fed back to the trainee virtually instantaneously with the conceptual understanding that changes in the feedback signal indicate whether or not the trainee’s brain activity is within the designated range. Based on this feedback, various principles of learning and practitioner guidance, changes in brain patterns occur and are associated with positive changes in physical, emotional and cognitive states. Neurofeedback is training in self-regulation and, since self-regulation is a necessary part of good brain function, this training allows the central nervous system to function more appropriately and efficiently.

Can Neurofeedback and Biofeedback Help Improve School Performance?

Yes! Research shows that Neurofeedback and Biofeedback helps individuals in areas of creativity, attention, time on task, memory and reduced impulsivity.

Attention & Focus are essential to success in school. An inability to pay attention and stay focused can result in reduced grades and inappropriate behavior in the classroom.

Time On-Task is required to be able to complete school-work assignments. It should not take hours to do homework that normally should take 30 minutes. Not finishing assignments in class will lead to bad reports from the teacher, and poor grades.

Visual Tracking is important to be able to follow what is written on the blackboard, and to follow what the teacher is doing as she gives a lesson in class.

Discriminatory Processing is the ability to filter out external noise and distractions in order to stay focused on the primary stimuli. If your child has problems with discriminatory processing, even the most minor noise or movement can lead to substantial distraction.

Short-Term Memory skills need to be developed to remember simple facts long enough so they may transfer into long-term memory. Problems with short-term memory will often lead to an inability to fulfill simple multi-step tasks.

What our customers say...

The Neurofeedback was absolutely life-changing. I will never forget the day he came home after a session and now all of a sudden he could remember things. It is almost impossible to learn how to read if you can’t remember what you learned yesterday or the day before that or the week before that. Now his memory and recall is phenomenal. Of course that comes from a lot of practice but your treatment was the catalyst.
Age 12