Common Inquiries

How can I learn more about neuroAgility and what they have to offer?

  • Call to schedule a Consul­ta­tion
  • Read our website
  • Read the “what is neuro­feed­back” article, by Corey Hammond
  • Notice the exten­sive bibli­og­raphy in the links/resources

Will my insurance cover neuroAgility’s sessions?

We are happy to contact your insur­ance carrier to deter­mine if you have out-of-network mental health bene­fits. We will ask them specif­i­cally:

  • Do you have coverage for out-of-network mental health bene­fits?
  • How much is your deductible?
  • How much of my deductible has been met?
  • Is prior autho­riza­tion required?

Once we have received your insur­ance infor­ma­tion and you begin your work with neuroAgility, we will submit all insur­ance claims for you once per week.

We ask all services are paid in full at the time of service.

How do I start the neuroAgility program?

  • Call to schedule a consul­ta­tion, 1 hour
  • Once the consul­ta­tion has been completed and we come to the consensus that nfb seems like a good idea; there are three appoint­ments needed to get started.

First Appoint­ment : 90 minutes
Initial Developmental/Behavioral Clin­ical Assess­ment. Face to face inter­view.

Second Appointmen
t :

  • IVA : 30 minutes
    IVA Inte­grated Visual and Audi­tory Contin­uous Perfor­mance Test; A very good base­line measuring reac­tion time and response time to both audi­tory and visual stimuli.
  • qEEG : 60 minutes
    Brain mapping. We will give you instruc­tions on what you need to do before having your elec­trical activity measured and arti­facted.

Third Appoint­ment : 45 minutes
A complete presen­ta­tion and review of your qEEG results and protocol design with  Director of nA, PC. Before this appoint­ment there is an internal review with neuroAgili­ty’s Medical Director, and team consul­tant reviewing all clin­ical data, compar­ison with map, and design of indi­vidual protocol. After this review, we will then begin neuro­feed­back training.

How many sessions of neurofeedback will I need?

It depends on which neuro­feed­back we deem has the best clin­ical results for your issues.

How many times a week would I do neurofeedback?

neuroAgility recom­mends training two times per week minimum. Each session is one hour. Every neurother­a­pist that works at nA, PC is a Licensed Profes­sional and is a specialist in cogni­tive behav­ioral therapy. Offering a ther­a­peutic setting, perfor­mance and support are big compo­nents of our work.

How long is a neurofeedback session?

We schedule our sessions for one hour. This gives us time for hook up and cleaning. We can then work and monitor all inven­to­ries and progress.

How much does this cost?

We will review cost with you at the consul­ta­tion, or we can email you a price sheet. We have formal 20 Session Reviews where the whole team gathers to review progress; along with 40/60/80 Session Reviews. You can purchase nfb by indi­vidual sessions, or in pack­ages of 10 or 20 at a discounted price.

If I were to come in for sports performance, how would I get started and what would we do?

We would start in a similar way to the tradi­tional program, and spend more time and detail on the presenting issue. We have some very specific performance/athlete inven­to­ries that you will fill out, and they take a bit of time. This gives us insight on what detail is really needing work. Work can range from pre-perfor­mance routine/­post-perfor­mance routine work, to us watching a compet­i­tive round of golf, to coming to a prac­tice and meeting coaches. The work here is very specific, and the inte­gra­tion of the neuro­feed­back can be a key element along with mental strategy in taming the mind to up your game.

What am I looking for in a neurofeedback program?

  • Clinic Director BCIA certi­fi­ca­tion in Neuro­feed­back
  • Board Certi­fied Medical Direc­tion (MD, Physi­cian)
  • Master’s Level and Licensed Clin­i­cians
  • qEEG driven protocol design only
  • 2 times per week minimum brain training model
  • Perfor­mance Coaching
  • Family support, parent effec­tive­ness training
  • Admin­is­tra­tive staff:
    • sched­uling / avail­ability
    • insur­ance claim submis­sion and follow up
  • State of the art brain training equip­ment
  • Expe­ri­ence in the area you are looking for help with, for example, ADHD/ADD; Trau­matic Brain Injury; Anxiety; Sleep; Aspergers; Seizure Disorder

How do I make an appointment for psychotherapy with Kerri Honaker, LPC?

Call our office to schedule a 45 minute meet and greet appoint­ment with Ms. Honaker. This is a good way to meet each other and get a sense if it seems like a good fit for therapy.

How can I learn more about the Teen Book Club For Girls?

Please email or call us! In our website under programs there is more infor­ma­tion. If there are enough young ladies signed up (prefer­ably 5–7), this partic­ular club is offered one night per week for 90 minutes. Once we fill a group, then a wait begins for the next group to begin. Be thinking of BOOKS!