Neurofeedback, also know as neurotherapy, is a type of brain based biofeedback that can provide assistance to people experiencing a wide range of conditions. Substantial research indicates that neurofeedback can enhance the brain's natural self-regulating capacity leading to long-term benefits including:

  • Enhanced emotional stability 
  • Reductions in feelings of anxiety and depression 
  • Improved cognitive performance, attention and concentration
  • Reductions in excessive fear, anger, or emotional sensitivity
  • Improved sleep 
  • Increased stress tolerance
  • Improved sporting, musical and academic performance 
  • Improvement in physical symptoms including seizures, headaches and chronic pain
  • Increased mindfulness
  • Reductions in addictive/compulsive behaviours

Unlike traditional 'talk' or drug therapies which focus on symptoms, neurofeedback aims to adjust dysfunctional brain wave patterns that are typically the biological factor underlying these issues.

Neurofeedback can help people of all ages looking for assistance with: