and much more

  • Performance enhancement
  • Trauma recovery
  • Sleep
  • Substance abuse​​
  • Depression
  • ​Developmental disorders
  • ​Headaches
  • Learning issues
  • Migraines
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Age-related cognitive declines
  • ​Anger problems
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioral issues

Neurotherapy:

Neurofeedback and Biofeedback

Why Neurotherapy?

Neurotherapy heals the brain. Psychotherapy heals the mind. Together, neurotherapy and psychotherapy can create lasting change and recovery. "(I)t is the new frontier in helping innumerable people who up until now have been condemned to just make the best of feeling chronically fearful, unfocused, and disengaged"   (van der Kolk, 2014).  . . .  (Read more) 

How It Works

The brain is amazingly adaptable and capable of learning. It can learn to improve its own performance when it is given cue--feedback--about what to change. By making information available to the brain about how it is functioning (through EEG monitoring and the provision of feedback on a computer screen), it can learn to change. When the brain is doing a good job of regulating itself, the person will feel calm, alert, and attentive. . . . (Read more)

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Our Approach

We are committed to a integrative, empowering approach to your health and well-being.  Our neurotherapy integrates brain-mapping and neurofeedback with psychotherapy, biofeedback, mindfulness training, audio-visual entrainment, and trauma-sensitive yoga to promote healthy lives . . .  (Read more)

Neurotherapy Can Help: