Neurofeedback & Brain Training Solutions for Adults

Your brain isn’t just the epicentre of thought and emotion; it’s the engine that drives your body’s resilience and ability to adapt. It influences your physical and emotional health, dictating how well you can manage stress, trauma, and even illness. That’s why brain training isn’t just about mental health—it’s a cornerstone for all round well-being.

Addressing the Root, Not Just the Symptoms

We approach conditions like anxiety, depression, insomnia, PTSD, and even memory focus issues not as isolated problems to treat, but as indicators of underlying brain dysregulation.

The Power of Neuroplasticity

Your brain has an innate ability to change and adapt, a phenomenon known as neuroplasticity. Through our specialised neurofeedback training, we aim to help wire new neural pathways, clear stuck patterns and restore balance. As a result, many secondary symptoms often naturally disappear

A Fresh Approach to Wellness

Don’t settle for the notion that “nothing can be done.” Neurofeedback training opens a door to lasting change. Take the first step and explore what our personalised targeted brain training can do for you.

For Adults

Neurofeedback For Seizure Activity & Epilepsy

Supporting Services

Neurofeedback Training For Concussions & Traumatic Brain Injuries

Neurofeedback Training For Strokes

Neurofeedback Training For Self-Development & Creativity

Neurofeedback for Peak Performance & Brain Fitness

Meditation and Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback For Neurodiversity & Developmental Disorders

Neurofeedback To Teach Skills for Life

Neurofeedback For Combined Symptoms

Neurofeedback for Sleep & Fatigue

Neurofeedback for PTSD & Trauma

Neurofeedback for Stress & Anxiety

Neurofeedback for Attention Training (ADD & ADHD)

Neurofeedback For Emotional Balance

Frequently asked

Neurofeedback helps your brain learn to focus and concentrate at will. This training helps strengthen your neural pathways and gain greater control over your mind.

ADDitude magazine published an interesting piece exploring this very question and noted that, while the studies to-date have not been fully blind studies, neurofeedback training has shown promise to help with some ADHD symptoms.

That being said, if you suspect you or your child has ADD or ADHD, your first step should be to consult with a doctor. You should also share your decision to try neurofeedback training as a complementary therapy with your doctor.

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