Emotional balance

Emotional balance promotes physical health, and is a prerequisite for personal wellbeing and growth.

sleep & fatigue

During sleep, the brain has a chance to sort, prioritise and file all the information taken in during the day. Mental functioning decreases nearly twice as rapidly as physical performance with decreased sleep.

stress & anxiety

Stress, when managed properly, can be a real asset to performance.
However, prolonged exposure to stress strengthens that pattern within the brain. Stressed becomes the new normal.

migraines & pain

Migraine pain is caused by swollen blood vessels inside the brain pressing against nerves.  The self-regulation counter-balance to turnoff the faucet is impaired. Biofeedback training enhances self-regulation and strengthens the capacity to moderate blood flow within the brain.

attention & concentration

Being able to pay attention means better organisation and accuracy, fewer distractions, improving social skills by being able to listen attentively to others, and mastering new tasks and material more rapidly.

Many aspects of brain function are involved in concentration and focus. 

autism spectrum

Ground-breaking work with
neuro-plastic
(brain learning) techniques is yielding results that are re-writing the book on what is possible in brain development.
Rewiring the brain is a step by step process; there are no quick fixes, but steady progress can be made.

sensory processing

Sensory disorders can lead to a significant problem in regulation, particularly as it pertains to comfortably “absorbing” information from the environment and being able to “filter out” that which is less important to the brain.

peak performance

The brain is like any other organ in the body. If you exercise it, it performs better. An efficient brain can accomplish more, with greater accuracy, in less time.
Neurofeedback provides high performers with the tools to train and exercise neural-nets in the same way as one exercises and builds muscles.

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Reasearch

With a more than 70-year history of research and real-life
applications with populations ranging from school-aged
children to veterans to adults, neurofeedback (NFB) is
proven to be an effective standalone or adjunct treatment
for ADHD and symptoms of anxiety.


Since 2009, at least four major research reviews by leading
researchers in the U.S. and internationally have shown
NFB to be an efficacious intervention for the treatment
of ADHD. Several studies have found NFB improvement
lasting up to a year post-treatment whereas improvements
from ADHD medication tend to end immediately with the
conclusion of treatment.