Analogous to the way that Physical Therapy helps a person gain strength, flexibility, and range of motion, neurofeedback allows a person to gain mastery over anxiety, focus, concentration, and relaxation. It also creates flexibility in the mind. Cognitive flexibility is as important as physical flexibility. We think of neurofeedback as Physical Therapy for the brain. We employ qEEG (quantitative electroencephalogram) and EEG biofeedback (also called neurofeedback or neurotherapy) to train individuals to alter their brainwaves.
To accomplish this, we first create a brain map (qEEG) — a picture of the activity in a person’s brain before training. This is done by attaching ...more
Founded in Boulder, Colorado in 1998, neuroAgility, PC is a clinical center for enhancement of performance, attention and emotional regulation utilizing state-of-the-art technology integrated with medicine and psychology. Our specialty areas are: ADD, ADHD, Brain Injury (mTBI), Anxiety, and Aspergers. We also work with Athletes and other performers in gaining the mental edge. The Center was established by husband and wife team Earle Shugerman, M.D., and Kerri Honaker, M.S., M.A., LPC, BCIA.
We invite you to explore this website to learn more, or give us a call today.
The neuroAgility staff offer expertise in qEEG and Neurofeedback, Individual and Family Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Psychotherapy, Sport Psychology, and Clinical Psychiatry referrals if warranted. We offer state-of-the-art training that is respectful and non-stigmatizing; we build on your strengths leading to a sense of self-mastery.
We work together with referring professionals ...more
October 12th, 2017 - By admin in Anxiety, Teens
Parents, therapists and schools are struggling to figure out whether helping anxious teenagers means protecting them or pushing them to face their fears....more
September 5th, 2017 - By admin in Uncategorized
New York University professor of psychiatry Judith Brook explains that the issue for parents is one of credibility. “Praise is important, but not vacuous praise,” she says. “It has to be based on a real thing—some skill or talent they have.” Once children hear praise they interpret as meritless, they ...more
August 14th, 2017 - By admin in Teens
Around 2012, I noticed abrupt shifts in teen behaviors and emotional states. The gentle slopes of the line graphs became steep mountains and sheer cliffs, and many of the distinctive characteristics of the Millennial generation began to disappear. In all my analyses of generational data—some reaching back to the 1930s—I ...more