Neurofeedback in the office
Visiting our office for neurofeedback training offers the advantage of professional guidance and supervision, along with real-time monitoring of your brainwave activity through EEG. This allows the practitioner to make immediate adjustments to the training parameters, optimizing the effectiveness of the sessions. In-office sessions can also offer immediate feedback and support and address any questions or concerns you may have, ensuring a higher level of engagement and understanding. In-office training may also appeal to individuals who don't have a quiet space to train at home, or who need the accountability that in-office training provides.
How does it work?
Complete an in-office
EEG to identify starting points
in-office training sessions 2-4x per week
Continue with in-office
training sessions 2-4x
per week until results
Periodic in-office EEG to track progress
Includes (1) one 30-40 minute training session with technician, on a "as needed" basis
Includes 1 pre- 1 mid- and 1 post-comprehensive EEG assessments (3 total)
Includes 1 pre- and 1 post- comprehensive EEG assessments (2 total)
Includes 1 pre-, 2 mid- and 1 post-comprehensive EEG assessments (4 total)
Includes 1 pre- and 1-post comprehensive EEG assessments (2 total)
Includes a comprehensive EEG brain scan to identify potential areas for NFB. Assessment is required before beginning treatment if not already included in package.
Includes 1 pre-, 1 mid- and 1 post-comprehensive EEG assessments (3 total)
Sessions must be used within a 3-month period
Packages must be paid in full at the time of booking
Financing options are available
A word about expectations and outcomes with NFB
Neurofeedback can be a promising avenue for managing a variety of conditions, but it's important to approach it with realistic expectations and dedication. Here's what you should keep in mind:
Realistic Expectations: Understand that neurofeedback is not a magic solution. It can help improve many conditions, but it may not completely eliminate every symptom. Set achievable goals and be patient with the process.
Active Participation: Success in neurofeedback depends on your active involvement. It's not a passive treatment. You must engage in the training process, stay committed, and work closely with your healthcare provider.
Consistency Is Key: Consistent training is essential for seeing results. Make a schedule and stick to it. Regular and ongoing sessions are more likely to lead to positive outcomes.
Communication: Maintain open communication with your healthcare provider. Share your progress, concerns, and any changes in your symptoms. This feedback will help tailor the neurofeedback protocol to your specific needs.
Lifestyle Factors: Neurofeedback is most effective when combined with a healthy lifestyle. A balanced diet, regular exercise, and stress management can complement the benefits of neurofeedback.
Complementary Strategies: Consider combining neurofeedback with other evidence-based treatments, such as behavioral therapy or medication, as recommended by your healthcare provider.
Individual Variability: Remember that responses to neurofeedback vary from person to person. What works for one individual may not work the same way for another. Be open to adjusting the training based on your unique needs.
Long-Term Commitment: Think of neurofeedback as a long-term commitment. Positive changes may take time, and maintenance sessions might be necessary to sustain the benefits. A typical course of neurofeedback is 20-40 sessions.
Final Outcomes: No treatment option is 100% guaranteed. Though neurofeedback has shown efficacy in treatment, it should not be expected to completely eliminate symptoms or be a replacement for medication.
See our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.