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Neurotherapy

Measures and trains brain wave activity to achieve balance and improve brain functioning.

Train Your Brain

Neurotherapy is a non-invasive and evidence-based set of methodologies that help an individual become aware of brain functioning and to be able to train the brain’s functioning to more optimal levels.

Neurotherapy is based on the process of operant conditioning, which involves a combination of visual and auditory rewards to reinforce desired brainwave activity. Neurotherapy involves neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback for the brain) and various forms of stimulation technologies can be used. These include PEMF (Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field), microcurrent electrical stimulation (Transcranial Electrical Stimulation, or TES, and its subsets of TDCS, TACS, TRNS and pink noise) as well as audiovisual entrainment (AVE). It has been proven to be an effective treatment for a variety of neurological and psychological conditions, such as ADHD, addictions, anxiety, depression, headaches, PTSD, and traumatic brain injury symptoms, sleep disorders, amongst others.

Professional athletes, top executives and performing artists are some of the professionals that use neurotherapy to improve their performance, concentration, creativity and problem-solving skills.

Overview of Services Offered

  • QEEG Assessment

    A QEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram, also known as a Brain Map) is a map of your brainwave activity. A cap with 19 sensors is worn on the head to capture brainwave activity. The information gathered from a QEEG assessment is analyzed and used to guide treatment and training protocols.

  • Treatment

    Neurotherapy sessions are individualized for each client based on the results of the QEEG and their symptomatology. Sessions may include a variety of neurofeedback activities while brain activity is monitored and evaluated in real-time to provide audio and/or video feedback. With practice, clients learn to regulate and maintain normalized brain wave activity. This leads to a more efficiently functioning brain and a decrease or elimination of symptoms.

  • Follow-up

    Typically, neurotherapy involves a minimum of one or more sessions per week, with a training duration of 30 minutes. QEEG re-evaluations provide your practitioner updated brain map information to make the necessary adjustments to your treatment as you improve.

"Neurotherapy has been in use since the 1960s and has proven to be effective in helping people improve their functioning in a variety of ways, from physical to cognitive to psychological. What is unique about neurotherapy is that it offers clients the tools to modify and control responses that are typically thought to be outside of conscious control."

Dr. Andrea Araujo BCN, RCC

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