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Neurofeedback Clinical Uses
Many psychological and physical conditions, at least in part, involve to some type of brain dysregulation. Since the 1990’s, neuroscience has identified “brain problems” – which are a departure from the “norm” – underlie many psychological problems. EEG training helps improve brain regulation, which usually helps reduce symptoms related to brain dysregulation.

The most common problems addressed by clinicians who use this treatment modality are:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • PTSD
  • Panic Attacks
  • Anger
  • Cognitive Impairment (Traumatic Brain Injury)
  • Migraines/headaches:
    • Clinicians and MDs report that the incidence and intensity of migraines are often reduced – and sometimes eliminated.
  • Sleep Dysregulation
    • One of the first changes clients typically report with Neurofeedback training is improvement in sleep. Changes often include improvement in insomnia, bruxism, poor sleep quality, difficulty waking, frequent waking and nightmares.
  • Autism, PDD, and Reactive Attachment Disorder
    • These are the fastest growing areas of Neurofeedback. The calming effects of Neurofeedback produce noticeable results quickly in these severely affected populations. While Neurofeedback cannotd irectly address all symptoms related to these disorders, the overall calming influence can lead the individual to have better outcomes from other types of interventions, as well.
  • Epilepsy
    • Multiple research studies show a reduction in seizures that are non-responsive to medications – and that the training effect holds long after neurofeedback sessions have ended.