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
April 12th, 2017 - By admin in Information on ADD/ADHD
Do you pop up from your seat during meetings and finish other people’s sentences? And maybe you also procrastinate, or find yourself zoning out in the middle of one-on-one conversations? It’s possible you have adult ADHD… Six simple questions can reliably identify adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, according to a World ...more
April 6th, 2017 - By admin in Uncategorized
By middle age, the lenses in your eyes harden, becoming less flexible. Your eye muscles increasingly struggle to bend them to focus on this print… But a new form of training — brain retraining, really — may delay the inevitable age-related loss of close-range visual focus so that ...more
April 3rd, 2017 - By admin in Athletic/Performance Enhancement
The toll that aging takes on a body extends all the way down to the cellular level. But the damage accrued by cells in older muscles is especially severe, because they do not regenerate easily and they become weaker as their mitochondria, which produce energy, diminish in vigor and number....more