What is Neurofeedback?

http://www.CenterforBrain.com Mike Cohen, from the Center for Brain Training in Florida, describes what neurofeedback is, how it's different from other brain-related options, and how brain training can help people gain better control of attention, emotions, behavior, and performance. A tremendous amount of research supports the benefits of neurofeedback for autism, ADHD, anxiety, depression, migraines, seizures, brain injury, addiction, RAD, and more.

Video used with permission from Center for Brain

Neurofeedback can improve many areas of your life!



Anxiety     Depression     PMS     Anger     Fear     Overwhelm     Despair     Impatience     Irritability     Lack of empathy    

Mood Swings     Panic Attacks        

Attention & Focus

Concentration     Mental Focus     Attention     Short-term Memory     Executive Function     Planning & Organization    

Self Control    Motivation     Follow-through     Attention to Detail


Addiction     Impulsivity     Controlling Behavior     Opposition     Aggression     Road Rage     Eating Disorders 

Planning & Organization     Self-injurious Behavior     Thrill Seeking     Verbal Expression     Compulsions     Word Finding    

Hyperactivity     Sense of Direction      


Racing Thoughts     Obsessive Worry     Orientation to Time & Space     Mental Calming     Hallucinations     Paranoia    

Mental Chatter     Common Sense     Dissociation     Social-Emotional Awareness     Reading Intentions of Others

Obsessive Negative Thoughts    


Falling Asleep     Staying Asleep     Restless Sleep     Restless Leg     Bedwetting     Sleepwalking     Night Sweats     Night Terrors  

Nightmares     Teeth Grinding    


Headaches     Migraines     Vertigo     Blood Pressure     Balance & Coordination     Sugar Cravings    Asthma     Tinnitus  

  Seizures     Fibromyalgia     Arthritis     Hypoglycemia     Auditory Processing     Trigeminal Neuralgia     Chronic Fatigue     IBS  

  Hot Flashes     Endocrine Regulation     Thyroid Function     Immune Deficiency     Blood Sugar Regulation     Nystagmus    

Autoimmune Disorders (Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Hashimoto's Disease)     Chemical Sensitivities     Muscle Tension     Spasticity

    Constipation     Recovery from Brain Injury     Irlen Syndrome     Tremors     Tics (Motor or Vocal)     Sciatica  

Appetite Awareness     Chronic Nerve Pain        


Attachment     Hypervigilance     Flashbacks     Sleep     Emotional, Mental & Physical Calming

Peak Performance

Peak Mental Skills     Timing in Sports     Visual-spatial Skills     Math Concepts     Reading Difficulties