The brain is such an important part of our functioning, and if not operating optimally it can impact both our psychological and physical health, causing problems like stress, anxiety or pain. The good news is that your brain has an innate ability to heal, and Neurofeedback taps into this; it engages and calms brainwaves using visual and auditory stimulation in the form of animations on a computer screen. It’s a quick, safe and effective therapy which is suitable for all ages, difficult to treat conditions and as an adjunct or alternative to medication.
We found that introducing neurofeedback therapy to our practice has resulted in significant changes to people which may not have been achieved so quickly using traditional therapies. Many people enjoy Neurofeedback as it doesn’t ask for a story to be told but is still supported by a good therapeutic interaction.