Approaches to mental health care are changing and it is becoming essential to understand the role of the brain in our emotions, behaviours and physical states. A background in trauma therapy has allowed us to develop our brain-aware practice and progress to working with neurofeedback. We believe that NFB gives us the most effective way to assess and treat our clients; specifically, the Othmer Infra-Low Frequency method helps our clients achieve change in a short space of time with positive outcomes being maintained. However as experienced psychotherapists, we are aware that relational therapy is needed to support a client through the changes, including the reduction of lifelong symptoms brought about by NFB. We also encourage our clients to consider all aspects of brain health and well-being such as nutrition, exercise or meditative practices.
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