If one part of the brain is out of kilter, the effects can ripple out causing a range or ‘cluster’ of symptoms.

In most cases, a cluster of symptoms has a similar root cause. By looking at the electrical patterns generated by the brain to see the nature of the imbalance, dysregulation or disorder, we then tailor your training to specifically target the underlying imbalances.

Because we work based on how your brain is operating rather than simply working on one particular condition, we can usually address a related cluster of symptoms together. As one area comes more into balance we can put more emphasis on other areas.

Our  intake forms help narrow down the root of the issues. A brain map (QEEG assessment) will help us pinpoint which of your symptoms may be related to the same area of dysregulation.

Viewed through the prism of neurotherapy, human beings do not suffer an epidemic of depression, chronic pain, immune system dysfunction, addictions, anxiety, or any one of a laundry list of other affections. Instead, the epidemic is in hyperactive or worn-out nervous systems - buffeted by birth perhaps, infancy and childhood certainly, by a culture that encourages overwork and has created some of the most stressful places on earth: modern cities.
Jim Robbins
"A Symphony in the Brain"
I was really sceptical and cannot believe I’m now pain free for the first time since I can remember. And I gave up smoking without even trying – it’s all made such a difference in my life.
Emotional Balance
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Social and Intamacy
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Stress and anxiety
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Trauma and PTSD
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Important: If you suspect that you have a medical or psychiatric condition, please consult your doctor. If you feel that neurofeedback can help you, ask your physician; if they are unfamiliar with the research, please get them to contact us or follow this link for a full list of studies