Dynamic Neurofeedback

neuro brochureNeurofeedback is a type of biofeedback that measures brainwaves, producing a signal to teach self-regulation of brain function.  It helps you gain more control by weeding out automatic thought patterns that lead to discontent, self-doubt, and poor focus.  It helps you achieve mental and emotional well being by balancing the brain’s ”fight or flight” response with its “rest and digest” functions (aka sympathetic vs. parasympathetic).  When the brain is balanced, you have a clear mental-emotional state, confidence, and true presence.

When your central nervous system is off kilter, your brain operates inefficiently, causing symptoms such as:

  • Memory problems
  • Mental restlessness
  • Poor performance on tasks
  • Difficulty paying attention
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Feeling flat, down, or depressed
  • Feeling irritable, anxious, stressed, or overwhelmed

Neurofeedback can also help with traumas (PTSD), brain injuries (TBIs), or addictions.  Past traumas and long periods of stress change your brain, but you can change it back!

The sessions last about 30 minutes and are relaxing, non-invasive, and have no negative side effects. In fact, many users experience deeper sleep and vivid dreams after their first session.

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We are really impressed with the benefits of the neurofeedback.  Our son was having some issues with over-anxiety and some compulsive behaviors.  Made a huge difference in just four sessions.  Now it’s not a noticeable problem! After seeing it firsthand, I’m convinced this form of mind training is extremely valuable. Nic R. (Austin, Texas)

The brain training sessions are fantastic! I love how I can literally feel my brain adjust during the sessions and feel calmer after each one.  They are relaxing and go fast! I look forward to it every time! Ashley V, Austin, Texas

After doing the brain training, I now sleep through the night (most of the time), I have no more panic attacks, the depression is mild and seldom, and I can usually concentrate very well!  I think about one thing at a time and get things done much more calmly. Donna H., Austin, Texas.

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