What is Neurofeedback?

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We want to help you learn all about neurofeedback so you can make an informed decision about whether it is a good option for you. Please take a moment to watch our video and browse our website to learn how neurofeedback can aid in mental health and wellness. Feel free to reach out for a free phone consultation if you have questions.

What Can Neurofeedback Help With?


Neurofeedback offers a powerful solution to improve ADHD symptoms, including eliminating brain fog, increasing focus, reducing impulsivity, enhancing productivity, promoting emotion regulation, and boosting performance.

Anxiety & Mood Disorders

Neurofeedback alleviates symptoms associated with anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and mood disorders. It promotes a peaceful state of mind, minimizes intrusive thoughts, enhances overall mood, and leads to a more relaxed body and brain.


Depression can make it challenging to find the motivation to do things that help you feel better. However, neurofeedback offers a solution that can increase energy levels and elevate mood to help cultivate a sense of hope and wellbeing.

Sleep, Insomnia & Chronic Fatigue

Neurofeedback improves sleep quality and energy levels by enhancing the ability to fall and stay asleep, wake up refreshed, feel positive emotions throughout the day, and boost productivity.

Panic Attacks & Trauma

Panic attacks and unresolved trauma can lead to brain over arousal, resulting in hyper vigilance and fear. Neurofeedback is an effective technique to alleviate such symptoms and induce a sense of safety, calmness, and tranquility.

Peak Performance

Neurofeedback can unlock your brain’s ability to reach your full potential in your career, school and athletics. People experience remarkable improvements in overcoming limitations, reducing procrastination, and achieving success.

Executive Functioning

Unlock your brain’s full potential with neurofeedback. Regain control over your impulses, improve emotional intelligence, and achieve greater clarity of thought by awakening higher functioning areas of your mind.

Impulsive Behaviors & Eating Disorders

Overcoming uncontrollable behaviors and eating disorders is incredibly challenging because the brain’s wiring becomes reliant on harmful external sources to release rewarding feelings. Neurofeedback can help individuals conquer uncontrollable and impulsive behaviors.

Neurological Disorders & Brain Injuries

Experience relief from migraines, tinnitus, memory issues, and more with Neurofeedback. This brain training reduces brain spikes and improves function in areas previously affected by conditions or injuries like Parkinson’s, Epilepsy, traumatic brain injuries, concussions, and strokes.

Autism & Developmental Disorders

Developmental disorders often arise from incomplete neural networks in the brain, leading to difficulties in communication. However, neurofeedback can produce substantial improvements in behavior by altering these neural networks, particularly in those with autism.

Chronic Pain & Fibromyalgia

Chronic pain caused by injuries or disorders can trick the brain into thinking the pain is still there, even when it’s not. This can lead to constant false pain signals being sent to the body. Neurofeedback can teach the brain to stop these pain signals, providing relief to the affected area.

Hormone Imbalances & Menopause

Regulating hormones is a crucial function of the brain, and with neurofeedback, hormone imbalances can be corrected. By correcting issues in brainwaves, unwanted symptoms related to hormone issues are mitigated. It also means that hot flashes, a common symptom of menopause, can be eliminated through neurofeedback’s hormone-balancing power. 

qEEG Brain Mapping

A Brain Map or qEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram) is a diagnostic tool that measures electrical activity in the form of brain wave patterns. Brain waves can reveal important information about your overall brain function, including stress levels, thought patterns, and emotions. A qEEG can show us brain wave patterns associated with impulsivity, cognitive inflexibility, anxiety, and other symptoms.

A qEEG is comprised of collecting brain wave data in at least 19 brain locations simultaneously. The data collected is used to create a comprehensive report. The qEEG report includes information about deviations from normative brain wave patterns, diagnosis, and a brain training plan.

In Office Neurofeedback

  • Train multiple areas of the brain in one session
  • Best option for those who lack self-discipline to train on their own at home
  • Necessary for those who are not technically savvy and may struggle with operating the technology at home on their own
  • Sessions can be reimbursed by insurance

At Home Neurofeedback

  • Unlimited sessions for one monthly fee
  • Train in the comfort of your home
  • Train anytime of the day
  • Complete training sooner than in-office sessions
  • Eliminate time spent commuting to appointments
  • Not reimbursable with insurance

How Much Does Neurofeedback Cost?

There are various fees included in Neurofeedback:
  • Intake session
  • qEEG Brain Map
  • In office training
  • At home training

Does Insurance Cover Neurofeedback?

Clients should do their due diligence to find out if their insurance policy reimburses neurofeedback. Here are some questions to ask:
  • Do I have out of network benefits?
  • Does my insurance require a specific diagnosis for coverage?

Do you still have questions?

It’s normal to have a lot of questions. We want to do our best to make sure you are well informed. Please check our FAQ page to see if one of your questions is answered there.

Looking for books & resources?

It is important to educate yourself before engaging in a personal growth process like neurofeedback. As a way to aid in your learning, we have provided a recommended book list and peer reviewed studies on the use of neurofeedback for the treatment of various conditions.