Studies have shown the results from neurofeedback are long-lasting, if not permanent.
Our fees are consistent with other licensed psychologists. Many of our treatments require multiple sessions for success so we offer packages of sessions based on your individual treatment requirements.
Not at all. Many already high performing and functioning people use neurofeedback to fine-tune their brain for better performance at work and in sports activities. Our programs have helped both business executives and professional athletes improve their focus and mental responses using neurofeedback.
This largely depends on the individual, but most patients experience substantial success after 20 to 40 sessions. More complex cases like Autism and closed-head injuries may require more time. Once treatment is complete, most patients do not require any additional sessions.
While the end result is similar – a noticeable change in behavior – there are distinct differences.
Medications are only effective with an adequate dosage level in the bloodstream. Medications may come with a variety of side effects including headaches, stomach aches and sleep disturbances.
Alternatively, Neurofeedback is a learning procedure where the mind is retrained to self-regulate. It is an internal process so it does not require an external resource or routine once results are achieved. Neurofeedback also does not have any negative side effects.
Neurofeedback may be used as an alternative to medication, or it can be used in combination with medications to achieve enhanced improvements over medication alone.