A CASE STUDY
Elizabeth came to our clinic in NYC after having tried many methods to address her Obsessive Compulsive and Post Traumatic Stress Disorders. She wanted relief from feeling anxious, like she was under attack. She also reported poor sleep and at times feeling emotional paralyzed and unable to move forward in her life.
Since Elizabeth began in September, I’ve noticed a remarkable difference in her confidence and overall sense of well-being. She often ends sessions with a calm half-smile. While she is not finished her training I asked her to comment on what changes she’s notices so far, since they have already been dramatic.
Here’s a screenshot of a before and after a neurofeedback session with Elizabeth:
Notice the large drop in divergence numbers from before the training session to after. This is a sign that the brain is working hard to shift into regulation—calm alert and not experiencing danger.
Written by Heather Coleman, LCSW - Certified NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback Trainer and Psychotherapist.
ABOUT NEUROFEEDBACK TRAINING CO. IN NYC
- We have four neurofeedback trainers and two therapists on our team
- Neurofeedback Sessions available Monday - Saturday and also on Tuesday evenings
- To schedule a neurofeedback and/or therapy session call Heather at (347) 708-6177 or email email@example.com.
- Cost per neurofeedback session: $125 (50 min session)
- Psychotherapy & Neurofeedback can also be combined!
Learn more on how neurofeedback can help with anxiety and depression:
In the mental health field we’ve come a long way in our understanding of the brain and how brain functioning produces the symptoms we call anxiety and depression. Dr. Van Der Kolk in his book The Body Keeps the Score, gives an excellent description of how far we've come in the last 40 years. Back then we approached anxiety and depression as ‘mind’ problems, but now, thanks to medical and technological advances in brain imaging, we’ve come to understand how these conditions are created and maintained in large part by habituated neural patterns of the brain. Fortunately the brain is plastic and can re-wire itself but to know what tools work, and why they work. Here's Frank's story of what helped heal his anxiety and depression, as well as tools for all of us to re-wire the stress response. Read more