When parents learn that their child is diagnosed with ADHD, it can be a daunting process to navigate the healthcare system and school system to find the best combination of help. The good news is neurofeedback is a new and effective support.Read More
One of the first positive shifts from neurofeedback training is improvement in sleep—sleeping more soundly, falling asleep more quickly, not waking up in the middle of the night, and feeling more rested—even when sleep is not the presenting concern.
"Professionally I see people of all ages with ADHD for neurofeedback training where the brain gets "see" its choices (such as focusing single pointedly or scanning the environment, etc.) and self-correct based on what it "sees" in its functioning that is neither efficient nor effective response to present-moment needs. "Read More
Read some useful tips when training neurofeedback as a family. Written by Natalie Baker, LMHC, Psychotherapist and Advanced Neurofeedback trainer in New York.Read More
When treating concussive symptoms, any good doctor will tell you that rest is a requirement for a recovery regimen. However, few know that neurofeedback training can also be helpful in supporting the brain to recover alongside a doctor’s care and plan. Right after a mild brain injury, doing neurofeedback can give the brain an opportunity to see where it needs to heal itself and continue in that vain.Read More
Elizabeth: "Before I started doing neurofeedback I was completely dependent on medications such as Zoloft and Xanax to control the frequent panic attacks and other debilitating effects of my high anxiety level. " Elizabeth came to Neurofeedback NY after having tried many methods to address her Obsessive Compulsive and Post Traumatic Stress Disorders.Read More