Neurofeedback and Whole Brain Training

A New Path to Healing

Brain training with neurofeedback may be the answer you’re searching for.

What is

Sometimes talk therapy isn’t enough.

Neurofeedback is biofeedback of the brain. This real-time feedback reflects your brain’s electrical activity back to itself, using rewards and inhibits it to teach the brain how to self-correct.

You can improve how you think, feel, and function when you support healthier brainwave activity by utilizing this innovative whole-brain training approach.

How Can
Help Me?

Stress comes in many forms – emotional, physical, and mental. Stress can be caused by environmental exposures, trauma, relationships, financial difficulties, head injury, chronic illness, and nutritional deficiencies, among others.

When you encounter stress, your brain does its best to adapt and blunt the effect of these stressors. Your brain will adapt by shifting its energy distribution pattern. These shifts in your brain’s energy patterns come with what we consider “fringe non-benefits.”

How Does Neurofeedback Work?

Sit Back And Relax

Our brain trainers help you get comfortably settled while placing a saltwater cap and saltwater electrodes on your head. The sensors obtain a measurement of your real-time EEG activity.

Don't Think; Don't Try

Neurofeedback doesn’t require you to actively process your thoughts and feelings. Instead, it works with the subconscious electrical activity of your brain using feedback that comes through audio and visual cues. All of this happens while you watch Netflix or listen to music.

Notice Your Brain Changes

Expect to feel deeply relaxed during your neurofeedback training sessions. As your brain practices these new healthier patterns, you’ll notice better stress management, improved resilience, and long-term positive changes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Neurofeedback brain training can benefit everyone, but it works best when you are committed to yourself and the process.

We find the most important factor for success is your desire for change and how consistently you attend your training sessions.

If you have a specific concern, it’s best to call and schedule a 15-minute free consultation to discuss your specific needs and goals.

Brain training is much like physical fitness. You don’t get results overnight, and “getting your brain in shape” doesn’t happen after a single session. It is a process, and when you put in the effort, you will experience results.

Most physical and emotional regulation issues can be correlated to an imbalance within the brain and nervous system. This imbalance is experienced as “fight or flight” or “fawn or freeze” states of the autonomic nervous system.

When you’re experiencing these states of being, they can express themselves as multiple and common symptoms, including anxiety, racing thoughts, chronic pain, insomnia, worry, overwhelm, distractibility, memory loss, depression, emotional volatility, anger, sensory processing problems, and even physical symptoms such as tics, bedwetting, tremors, seizures, headaches and more.

Neurofeedback is a process that helps the brain work better.

When your brain learns how to balance itself, it has a downstream effect on the autonomic nervous system. The result is better self-regulation and an improved ability to manage stress of all kinds. This is experienced as a reduced intensity and frequency of previous negative symptoms.

Yes. One of the main benefits of neurofeedback and Alpha/Theta training (a key part of the whole brain training process) is better nervous system regulation.

When the nervous system can get out of being stuck in fight or flight or freeze states, healing can happen.

A good book we recommend to anyone with PTSD is The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van de Kolk. Neurofeedback gets a prominent mention in his work.

No. Neurofeedback benefits everyone. It’s a process that helps a person optimize their brain function.

Many high performers (like special forces soldiers, professional athletes, CEOs, etc) use neurofeedback to sharpen their skills, increase their creativity, access higher states of consciousness, improve their relationships, deepen their meditative practices and improve their ability to be in a “flow” state.

You do not need to have “problems” to benefit from neurofeedback… just a desire to increase your potential.

Not at this time. Neurofeedback sessions are in-person only. Our office currently supports Boise, Meridan, Eagle, and surrounding areas.

Yes, they can be, and also, it depends. Many people do experience significant and lasting changes from the brain training process. Once the brain learns a new skill, it tends to remember it. It is important that you do enough sessions for your brain to learn the new skills and then integrate and retain the changes.

There are choices, situations, and other things that can dysregulate your brain and cause new problems.

Potential causes of dysregulation can include: getting a concussion, choosing to eat a poor diet, excessively drinking alcohol, using marijuana, living in a moldy house, choosing to stay in a bad relationship or stressful job, etc.

No. Brain training is brain exercise to benefit the brain, much like physical exercise benefits the body.

Neurofeedback is a powerful, non-invasive brain exercise process that can help your brain break habit loops by getting direct feedback in real-time. With this information, your brain has an opportunity to learn a new way of relating to itself.

The energy pattern of your brain is how different brain frequencies relate to each other, and it is created by your accumulated experiences.

If you wanted to run a marathon, you wouldn’t just jog a few times and then successfully run a 26-mile race. The effort you put in determines the results, and it takes time, practice, and repetition to “get in shape”.

You may benefit from a coach providing feedback about your running form and technique to improve your performance, much like your brain can benefit from feedback.

Your brain can learn new skills and new options for responding to stress. It can also improve the overall rhythm and timing of its function.

The great thing about brain training versus physical exercise is that you can retain the changes even after you stop doing neurofeedback sessions.

Yes, neurofeedback is painless and non-invasive. It is simply offering the brain an opportunity to learn new and healthier patterns of activity.

Neurofeedback is an intensive brain exercise session, and you may experience some fatigue afterward. This usually resolves after the first few weeks of training as your brain gets accustomed to the workout.

It’s important to always share your feedback and what you notice from your training session with your trainer. Rarely a negative side effect may occur, such as agitation or irritability, and if this occurs, it’s not permanent and is an indication the protocol needs to be adjusted.

Still have questions?

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Interested in
becoming a client?

A well-regulated brain is instinctively better at solving its own problems. Are you ready to help your brain learn how to heal itself?

If yes, contact us to schedule your free 15-minute consultation to discover how brain training with neurofeedback can help you.

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