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How Does Neurofeedback Work?
By Letting Your Brain find its Own Balance. Neurofeedback therapy is a treatment that has been shown to be helpful in a number of psychiatric and neurological disorders, including:

  • Concussions/ Sports Injuries
  • Learning Disorders


  • Work/School Focus

  • Test Anxiety

  • Trauma Recovery

  • Migraines

  • OCD & Tourette's

  • Optimum Performance

  • PMS

  • Seizures

  • Diabetes/Endocrine system

  • Autism
  • Childhood Issues

  • Chronic Fatigue

  • Autoimmune / Lymes Disease

  • Depression

  • Overeating

  • Epilepsy

  • PTSD

  • Sleep

  • Stroke

  • Substance Abuse / Addiction

  • Spiritual Seeking

What Happens In A Session?

Brain Training is for All Ages

Give Yourself a Healthy Brain


Eat Right
Love & Friendship
Neurgenesis Brain Training

There is no standard answer to this question because everyone’s central nervous system is unique.

This is a non-invasive, drug free therapy. Clients describe after a neurofeedback session feeling clearer, calmer, lighter or brighter for a few hours after the session – a feeling varies in longevity depending on how much training is needed in a particular person.

With proper training patients often report that the new centered way of being becomes their “new normal."

Holding a Mirror Up For Your Brain to See Itself

This is a revolutionary way for your brain to adjust and regulate itself with the newest revolutionary equipment in neurofeedback.  This  approach to mental dysfunction is based on the brain interacting with its own neurologic information.  It's like holding a mirror up to the brain so it can be trained.  


This is what medications are commonly used for, but they carry numerous side effects and often regulating the brain will go to deeper levels in the brain where there maybe an issue following physical, emotional or in utero trauma.

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