Waking up, you already feel tension just thinking about your day. You can’t believe this is all there is to life. Everything irritates you . . . your boss. . . co-workers. . . other drivers. You are burned out, can’t sleep well, and cannot control the intrusive thoughts even though you have no intention of acting on them. You want to escape.
It is time for a brain reboot to help you feel better, do better, and be better with psychotherapy and neurofeedback.
. . . even if you are talk-therapied out.
Neurofeedback (see tab What is Neurofeedback) is a more powerful form of biofeedback applied directly to the brain to enable the brain to work more effectively. Neurofeedback is powerful applied neuroscience, with research suggesting that 90% of the population respond to neurofeedback. Almost any brain, can be trained to function better with neurofeedback.
It’s all a brain thing, our brain’s control everything… mood, attitude, language, logic, speech, metabolism, etc.
Whatever difficulty or diagnosis you are struggling with, it is preventing you from being who you really are, and it’s time to live your potential.
Neurofeedback is conducted in school systems, drug and alcohol treatment centers, physical rehab centers, and even professional sports teams have their own neurofeedback provider.
Neurofeedback may help reduce the symptoms with:
- ADD / ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder)
- Autism (self-regulation)
- Brain overwhelm
- Mental health issues
- Mood disorders
- Peak brain or sports performance
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
EEG Info Newsletter
- Vertigo—A personal story
- On Suffering
- A Neurofeedback Case Report
- Fifty ways to leave your love… of the Placebo Model of Neurofeedback
- Disposing of the Placebo Model of Neurofeedback
- They Denied NF
- On “The Psychology of Neurofeedback,” by Thibault and Raz
- Neurofeedback in the Biofeedback Perspective
- Remembrances of Chuck Davis
- On my Professional Partnership with Chuck Davis
- States of Diminished Consciousness
- On the Life of Marian Diamond
- On King Lear and Peacocks
- A Remarkable Recovery
- “Neurofeedback: Significance for Psychiatry”