Brain Health Starts Here
Hope for people who've given up
Help that works without medication
Healing in a safe, comfortable environment
HOW DIFFERENT COULD YOUR LIFE BE?
Anxiety. Insomnia. Depression. Attention. Behavior.
Trauma. Addiction. PTSD.
What is Neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback is an FDA-approved approach to mental health. This state-of-the-art, non-invasive method teaches the brain to function in a healthy and more balanced way.
Our brains are not limited; they are not hard-wired. Through brain training, you will create new neurons and pathways to achieve optimal mental health.
Neurofeedback relies on a positive reward systems that shifts the brain's energy. By rewarding our brains with positive stimuli, we are able to overcome many issues we thought we would have to live with forever. Neurofeedback is truly what our brains and bodies need to live a happy, healthy, productive life.
It can help with...
Our environment and daily stressors often cause our brains to be overstimulated. Neurofeedback produces regulated brain waves.
People struggling with ADD/ADHD have trouble focusing on daily tasks. Through Neurofeedback, the brain becomes more stable.
After a traumatic brain injury, it is common to experience memory loss, fatigue, headaches, and mood changes. Through brain training, many patients regain their quality of life.
If you are experiencing brain fog or forgetfulness, these could be early signs of memory loss. Neurofeedback helps restore brainwave balance and slows the process of dementia or Alzheimer's.
When the brain cannot process information properly, it can lead to insomnia. Insomnia is a risk factor for obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular issues.
If you are feeling worn down, overwhelmed, sad, or isolated, then you may have depression. By working with the brain, you are able to increase brain waves, which leads to a more positive outlook on life.
Introducing Shay Sanderson
I actually enjoy school now. My grades have improved, and I can tell that I am actually learning the material.
I used to hate leaving home. Now I am happy to go places with my mom. I am not afraid to speak to people or have conversations with my friends.
I have improved my coordination on the soccer field, too! I am able to anticipate the next move and make power plays during a game.