Neurofeedback therapy is a specialized form of biofeedback therapy. A few sensors are placed on the scalp to measure the power of brain wave frequencies at the scalp and measure muscle activity and basal skin response. Through practice a client becomes aware of his or her own psychophysiologic patterns and responses. Neurofeedback teaches the brain to watch itself, and to make the changes that give a person the life he or she would want. Like learning to play tennis or the piano, the more you practice, the more dramatic than results. A client learns to sustain these changes permanently in any environment –at work, at school, at home, or on the athletic field.
Biofeedback and neurofeedback therapies along with counseling can help children, teens and adults with:
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