Neurotherapy or Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback that uses real-time measures of brain activity—most commonly electroencephalography (EEG), to teach self-regulation of brain function. Clients use this feedback to modify the speed of their brainwaves, which are either deficient or excessive in specific areas of the brain.
Neurotherapy begins with the recording of your brain wave activity, also known as “mapping.” Your map is then compared to a large database and patterns are identified. Based on that comparison, a protocol of treatment is designed to assist you in training your brain waves in a desirable way. During that training, your brain waves are measured and you learn to alter the outlying patterns in a way that is expected to be beneficial and in many people leads to a reduction in symptoms.
Neurofeedback has been used to treat symptoms associated with many psychological and behavioral disorders, as well as achieving optimal mental performance.
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Traumatic Brain Injury