We welcome referrals from allopathic and naturopathic medical providers, mental health professionals (there is no duplication of services with psychotherapy), educators, clergy, and any other appropriate source.
Those who are potentially a good fit for neurofeedback can include:
Medication Averse Patients
Patients or parents who resist or refuse medications for ADHD, anxiety, or depression may find relief through our work. While we do not claim to cure these conditions, the cascading effects of neuroregulation can provide substantial and lasting relief for many.
Note: Dementia, Parkinson’s, Schizophrenia, and other comparable conditions are probably not good candidates for our work.
The regulatory and mind-body effects of neurofeedback make it a potentially powerful intervention for trauma survivors. We welcome the opportunity to work collaboratively with other providers to help your patients move into healthier places after trauma.
Both developmental trauma and recent/situational trauma may be appropriate for neurofeedback.
Anxiety and Depression
Because these conditions often present complex comorbidities, and because trauma so often comes up when processing antecedents of anxiety and depression, neurofeedback is often an excellent option. It also can make a wonderful adjunct to ongoing psychotherapy, and can free up communicative pathways between patient and therapist.
Patients resistant to talk therapy
Because neurofeedback enters the mind-body continuum in ways that differ from medication or talk therapy, it can be a good alternative for patients who do not desire talk therapy, but still need help with mood or attention. The nature of the work involves the client quietly experiencing audio/visual feedback, and learning to self-regulate based on that feedback. It offers real promise for patients who have not been successful in psychotherapy.
Children and Teens
As we all know, while younger patients can surprise and inspire us, they can also lack the ability to articulate their internal state in talk therapy. Also, many parents have concerns over the long-term physical effects of drug therapies for growing bodies (especially amphetamines for ADHD). Neurofeedback offers the possibility of relief in ways that circumvent these common problems.
We love consulting with other providers to coordinate patient care between our respective practices. Click below to schedule a free consultation.