EEG Biofeedback (also known as Neurofeedback) is an innovative,
new computer-based technique that is being adopted by healthcare
professionals around the world. This technique has been found
to be effective in helping to remediate a number of conditions
including problems in attention, learning and behavior, as
well as compulsions, addictions, and trauma & affective
disorders. Neurofeedback is complimentary to existing medical
treatments and mental health practices.
- Chronic Fatigue
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder/Attention Deficit Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Obsessive Thoughts
- Other Conditions
It has long been recognized that there is a direct connection
between the frequency components of EEG (measured electrical
activity of the brain) and a person’s state of arousal,
alertness, stability and flexibility. Prolonged stress, physical
and psychological trauma & substance abuse can alter
the set point of the central nervous system and push it out
of normal range into disregulation. In many cases this results
in a narrowing of available mental states. In other cases,
the brain becomes unstable and may change states inappropriately
and without warning.
The brain’s inability to modulate response and to
access situation-appropriate mental states appears to be
central to the persistence of many chronic medical and psychological
problems. Luckily the brain can be retrained. Neurofeedback
is a form of operant conditioning-- training the brain to
make voluntary changes in function and state. In the short
term, this encourages a change in mental state. Over the
long term it exercises and strengthens the brain’s
mechanisms of state change and plays on the brain’s
natural desire for balance. top
How it Works
Sensors are placed on the "trainee’s" scalp
and ear. Brainwaves are monitored by a computer and goals
are set that require the trainee to voluntarily produce more
beneficial brain wave patterns. A second linked computer "coaches" the
trainee by presenting visual, auditory and tactile representations
of the trainee’s brainwave signals in a video game
This process is called "feedback" because it informs
the trainee about his or her momentary success in making
the desired brain changes. As the trainee exercises this
ability to voluntarily change brain activity, new and beneficial
response patterns are created. Practiced over an average
of 20 to 40 half-hour sessions, these new modes of behavior
are well learned, becoming natural responses available whenever
NeuroField has evolved into the first system that measures physiological responses to pEMF or tDCS/tACS through EEG and HRV. Furthermore, NeuroField stimulation therapy uses norm referenced, z-score, data to guide the brain to a regulated, normative state. As a result of these innovations, NeuroField brings the science of low intensity pEMF into the clinical setting.
19 channel Z-score LORETA
A 3-Dimensional LORETA Z Score Neurofeedback enables the training Brodmann areas in the brain, "Hubs", "Modules" and "Default Mode Network" and 3-dimensional locations registered to a reference MRI. This powerful technique includes 'Live' LORETA Coherence & Phase Differences from 88 Brodmann areas. The neurofeedback protocol is based on a Symptom Check List combined with LORETA Z scores measured during a QEEG analysis to aid in linking patient's symptoms and complaints to functional specialization in the brain.
Neurofeedback is also the ideal method for improving mental,
athletic and artistic function.
Enhances your ability to:
- "Get in the Zone"
Non-invasive program that identifies the unique strengths,
goals and needs of an individual and provides training
to optimize brain function for peak mental performance.
Empowers you to achieve positive change with enhanced self-awareness,
smooth effortless mental performance, and a more conscious
Helps you understand your personal style of managing mental
and emotional states and how these may help or hinder achievement
of your goals.
Releases ineffective patterns of attention, response, mood
Retrains new brain patterns for enhanced mental performance.
Integrates and reinforces new patterns of response for a
happier and more successful life.top
Neurofeedback requires repeated treatments in order to be
effective. In general, it is suggested that clients anticipate
scheduling at least two appointments per week. Depending
on the nature and severity of the problem, treatment can
range from as few as 20 to as many as 200 sessions. We offer
discounts for full payment at the start of treatment. I
accept Mastercard and Visa for your convenience.
20 sessions--$1800.00 (pre paid)
40 sessions--$3000.00 (pre paid)
QEEG (Quantitative EEG)
A QEEG is recommended for all Neurofeedback clients. The
results of the QEEG allows us to specifically identify and
address unusual or problematic patterns of brain function
by comparing the eeg patterns of the individual brain to
a normative database. Clients will receive a full report
including Brain Maps and LORETA analysis of subcortical activity.
At the clinician’s discretion, some clients may receive
treatment without the QEEG. A second QEEG at the conclusion of treatment to verify changes
in patterns of brain activity is recommended but not required.