We are interested in the ways in which your brain is dysregulated because the aim of neurofeedback is to help your brain become more self-regulating.  We identify dysregulation using a detailed 'inventory' of your symptoms and information about their intensity.  Once we've established your main symptoms, we can begin neurofeedback training by attaching sensors to your scalp.  The placement of sensors corresponds to areas of the brain which help to alleviate the highlighted symptoms.  From here we find your optimal training frequency and add additional sites where necessary.  People have reported a reduction in symptoms very quickly using this approach, even in the first session.  The following list, which is not exhaustive, categorises conditions of dysregulation (Othmer, S., 2017), and we've linked them to some research literature.  




Before I had neurofeedback I had spent years with chronic muscle pain in my neck, shoulders and lower back. I had been to Doctors, physiotherapists, chiropractors, had injections and nothing worked that well. After a few sessions of neurofeedback I immediately felt better. As the sessions progressed I noticed my pain was practically gone, my mood had improved, I felt better about and within myself, my eyesight improved and in general I felt really good which has continued. I’m also more able to deal with things calmly without emotionally reacting. I would definitely recommend Neurofeedback Scotland”.BH