Neurofeedback therapy is a treatment that has been shown to be helpful in a number of psychiatric and neurological disorders:
- Anxiety Disorders/OCD
- Learning Disabilities
Altering the brain's circuitry
The goal of the treatment is for the client to consciously alter the brain-wave activity in reaction to visual and auditory stimuli.
rEEG study on its effectiveness to predict best medication choices
A painless, non-invasive procedure that is used to train the brain to learn to function more efficiently, neurofeedback is also called EEG-biofeedback. This technique is offered to those clients desiring more holistic, natural approach to treatment than psychiatric medication. Because neurofeedback helps with better regulation of the brain, it can result in:
- Improved performance
- Better attention and concentration
- Focus and calm
- More control over emotions
- Resilience toward stress
- Better sleep
- Better control of behavior
“My son was struggling with anxiety when we came to Dr. Schiller. The doctor understood that I had reservations about starting any kind of medications so he suggested a course of Neurofeedback. After the first ten sessions, I definitely noticed that my son was coping better and seemed to have new skills for dealing with his constant anxiety. I really appreciated how Dr. Schiller listened to my concerns and suggested a course of action we were comfortable with!"
Helpful research on neurofeedback treatment
- Train The Brain: Using Neurofeedback To Treat ADHD - Jon Hamilton - a National Public Radio story
- Neurofeedback Gains Popularity and Lab Attention
- How Strong is the Research Support for Neurofeedback in Attention Deficits?
- New Study Supports Neurofeedback Treatment for ADHD
- Alternative ADHD Treatment: Neurofeedback
- Improve mental health with neurofeedback
- What is Neurofeedback?
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America
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