About qEEG & Neurofeedback

EEG biofeed­back can strengthen a person’s ability to control the brain’s activity.

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 pain­less, non-inva­sive sensors to his or her scalp and recording the signals received. With this map, neuro­feed­back proto­cols are tailored to the individual’s needs.

"After doing neu­ro­feed­back I have bet­ter word find­ing and artic­u­la­tion; bet­ter orga­ni­za­tion and struc­ture at work and at home."

Neuro­feed­back is used in conjunc­tion with psychotherapy for atten­tional disor­ders, brain injury, anxiety, Asperger’s, and sleep.

qEEG mapping and Neuro­feed­back training are conducted in a comfort­able office setting, at our Centers, utilizing state-of-the-art computer-assisted equip­ment. Neuro­feed­back is used in conjunc­tion with psychotherapy for atten­tional disor­ders, brain injury, anxiety, Asperger’s, and sleep. Exten­sive scien­tific liter­a­ture docu­ments its safety and effi­cacy.

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