Helping people is its own reward, but it’s nice to get some kudos from the press too. Read what the press has to say about Brainworks.
BBC3: Insomnia and Me
June 15, 2021
QEEG Brain Mapping featured on BBC 1; Insomnia and Me documentary hosted by Daisy Maskell.
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Psychologies: The real brain training game
October 1, 2016
Determined to find a permanent solution to her ulcerative colitis, Beverley D’Silva seeks to cure the root cause – deep inside her brain…
The Daily Telegraph: Can you train your brain to make you a better person
March 10, 2014
Imagine being able to calm a footballer completely before a sudden-death penalty or a tennis player who has just faulted on a championship point?
The Daily Telegraph: Mind Matters
May 10, 2014
Beyond the detox bootcamp, there’s the transformational retreat, combining yoga and meditation with the latest in brain-training techniques. Can it really change your mind? Author, journalist and TV presenter Emma Woolf finds out.
The Costa Rican Times: Transformational Brain Retreats
February 2, 2013
The Costa Rican Times is continuing to try to promote healthy activities in Costa Rica and ones in which we believe.
BBC: All Hail Kale – Beat Your Brain
January 20, 2019
Neurofeedback featured on BBC’s top podcast ‘All Hail Kale’ S01E06, hosted by Tim Samuels.
February 10, 2018
Brainworks featured in Sky Sports episode ‘The Future of Sports Performance’
Butterflies helped me to retrain my brain
October 9, 2015
I’m watching a video of butterflies flitting above a field of flowers. I’m staring hard at them, willing them to fly down on to the blooms below. Covering my scalp is a matrix of sensors, which are connected to a computer.
The Sunday Times: The real brain wave
January 27 2013
Anxious? Stressed? Beating yourself up? Neurofeedback can help to reprogramme your brain.
CNN: 20 wellness retreats and spas where you can relax in 2014
January 3, 2014
These 20 spas and wellness retreats relax body and mind while giving smartphones and gadgets a rest.
London Fabric: Style & Wellbeing
September 15, 2013
Ever found yourself wishing you knew what was going on inside someone else’s head? We all have at one time or another, and on that basis, Christina Lavelle must have one of the most interesting jobs going…
The Daily Mail: What really goes on inside Li Jones' brain?
April 15, 2013
Through the years, I’ve spent a lot of time talking about my problems. With a friend over the phone. With an endless series of psychotherapists. In self-help groups. Hell, even with the readers of this newspaper. ‘What should I do?’ I always wail.
Kindred Sprit: Train your mind so you can enter an altered state at will
April 1, 2012
I feel like a bee in a jam jar. My days are spent buzzing from one project to another in a ridiculously busy life. My brain hurtles ahead, looking for time and space to reconnect with the inner me. Meditation moments become fewer and fewer…
ITV: Save Money, Good Health
February 14, 2017
Presenter Sian Williams and ITV give Neurofeedback a try in our London clinic: Save Money, Good Health S01E06.
‘Letting Go’ – a new book by Emma Woolf
February 10, 2015
Emma Woolf (Grand daughter of Virginia Woolf) has written a new book, inspired by her experience on one of our Transformational Retreats.
The Mail on Sunday: 'I had to learn to lose control'
February 10, 2014
When former anorexic Emma Woolf wanted to unstick her rigid thinking she attended a retreat that combines old-school therapies with state-of-the-art neuroscience.
International Lifestyle: Change the Script
November 15, 2013
From the moment we are born, we are fed a script. That script continues to grow as we do, and whilst many scripts given to you stand you well in life, scripts can also be damaging..
Psychology Today: Read This Before Paying $100 for Neurofeedback Therapy
February 1, 2013
A ‘Brain Myths’ writers blog about the Sunday Times article; the research quoted is 30 years out of date, but the blog following sets the record straight…
Cam Magazine: Neurofeedback - Training the brain to produce better health
September 1, 2010
Known as ‘biofeedback for the brain’, neurofeedback’s documented successes may mean this alternative treatment soon goes mainstream. In a new UK initiative, Brainworks aims to make it easy for CAM practitioners to add the modality to their practices.