• Neurofeedback Training

    After 20 years of regular panic attacks, I thought it was normal to feel anxious! Neurofeedback training helped me to deeply experience being calm yet able to function…

    I was able to go back to work
    after 6 months of absence!

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  • Neuroplasticity

    According to the ATEC scoring, my son does not qualify anymore for autism. Yes, I agree with Normand Doidge:

    “…many ‘circuits’ and even basic reflexes that we think are hardwired, are not.”
    The Brain That Changes Itself

  • Assessment

    Analysing modes of physiological brain function and dysfunction

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  • Neurodevelopment Through Movement

    Giving the brain a “second chance” (Sally Goddard)

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  • An Efficient Brain

    Mental and emotional flexibility with stability

  • Optimal Brain Function

    “Neurofeedback training has helped out son to reach his true potential. Thank you so much.”
    – Parents of a young adult diagnosed Asperger

Is Neurofeedback Training based on research?

Is Neurofeedback Training based on research?

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Research Supports Neurofeedback Training

Many different researches using computer technology have confirmed the pertinence of this new learning-therapeutic tool. In his book, Healing ADD Dr. Daniel Amen who used the SPECT (single photon emission computed tomography, a nuclear medicine study that evaluates brain flow and activity patterns) explains:

“In my experience with neurofeedback and ADD, many people are able to improve their reading skills and decrease their need for medication. Also, neurofeedback has helped to decrease impulsivity and aggressiveness. It is a powerful tool, because we are giving them more control over their own physiological processes.”

Research conducted by Joanne Lévesques, a neuropsychologist from Montreal using the MRI (magnetic resonance imagery) also confirms these findings. Dr. Joel Lubar, from the University of Tennesse, has found that the IQ scores rose from twelve to twenty points in children and adults after forty hours of neurofeedback training. The research of Dr. Linda Thompson, from Toronto has produced the same conclusions. The abundant body of reasearch on the benefit of neurofeedback training for attention deficit points to a success rate of approximately 75%, which is 3 out of every 4 clients.

Neurotherapists know very well that intervention for brain inefficiencies has to be multifaceted, including analysing what they eat, what entertainment they watch, sleep quality and quantity, self-esteem, etc. Contrary to medication, neurofeedback training is a learning tool which brings changes over time. Neurofeedback training aims for “self-regulation”, which can be applied to different tasks in order for the person to use their real potential.

Suzanne Day, Neurotherapist, has been offering Neurofeedback Training for the past 13 years and is Board Certified Fellow by the BCIA (Biofeedback Certification International Alliance).

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