Neurofeedback Training

Many conditions can be better managed with with the addition of neurofeedback training than just with medication and/or psychotherapy alone. Below is a list of common treatable conditions:
●    Sleep Problems  /Insomnia
●    Migraine
●    Stress
●    Depression
●    Anxiety & Phobias
●    Learning Disorders
●    Autism Spectrum Disorders
●    Stroke
●    Epilepsy
●    Addiction
●    Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
●    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
●    Alzheimers/Dementia
●    Peak Performance 

Neurofeedback training trains the brain to become the best that it can be.The brain continues to grow and develop new connections every day (20.000 new neurons every second). Studies have shown that people over 100 years old still continue to grow and replenish neural pathways.There is always room to enhance performance and gain greater balance and flexibility through neurofeedback training.

Neurofeedback training generally requires a minimum of 15-20 sessions however some conditions require 40 or more sessions. Every person’s brain has its unique way of learning, so the time frame to recovery may vary. Improvements are generally experienced within the first 5 to 10 sessions.

Neurofeedback sessions take from 30 to 50 minutes and are usually conducted two or three times per week.

The process at Freeman clinic is as follows (the red indicates over arousal) : 

Step 1: An assessment is conducted using either qEEG (brain map, see image above) and a symptom assessment procedure.

Note: A qEEG is a brain map to determine which of the areas of the brain are in over/under-arousal. This procedure is conducted offsite by a qEEG specialist.

Step 2: Based on the qEEG assessment, a protocol schedule is developed specifically for the client.

Step 3:  Clients undergo the training onsite at Freeman Clinic.

Step 4: Clients may consider the option of using a remotely supervised “home training” system at home.