The First Step
The first step is to get in touch. Most people have questions, and we are happy to provide a free consultation. For any queries, please contact us.
To get to know you and give us a clearer idea if neurofeedback is right for you, we will ask you questions about your goals, history, and symptoms (if any).
The next step is to identify what is blocking your way, and design your brain training programme.
This is done via a QEEG brain map. A brain map involves a set of sensors fixed to a cap; it looks and feels like a swimming cap. The sensors listen to the electrical impulses from your brain, giving us details of your brain activity so we can design your brain training programme.
This assessment time also gives you the chance to meet your neurofeedback therapist, see what we do, and find out what you can expect from the training.
A neurofeedback therapist runs the session; you recline in a comfortable chair while the sensor cap reads your brain activity. This activity animates brain-generated feedback in the form of a video, a game, or music (what is neurofeedback).
One-to-one neurofeedback sessions are 40 to 45 minutes of actual training time (often shorter for children). Every few sessions, we do a fresh QEEG brain map to track, modify and adjust your training to ensure best results and up-to-date training.
Both our assessments and sessions are conducted either in-clinic or at home via our remote service.