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Many people ask what brought me to becoming a neurofeedback practitioner. I can happily tell you my twisted story and how neurofeedback completely changed my life.

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When it comes to health and wellness modalities, there can be a lot of confusion in the terminology. The same is true of the terms “biofeedback” and “neurofeedback.” Of the two terms, more people are familiar with biofeedback than with neurofeedback. Some people say to me, “I have heard of biofeedback, but not neurofeedback. What is the difference?”

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When we feel fully present and grounded, we can show up in the best way for ourselves and others. We make not only much better conversationalists, but also better students, employees, parents, and partners.

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There are many different types of neurofeedback systems: LENS, EEG, NeurOptimal®. As brain science and technology evolve, so do the neurofeedback offerings. Here is my personal journey on discovering their features, benefits and limitations.

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When deciding to use NeurOptimal® in my private practice, its effectiveness was the number one reason. However, other benefits were also very attractive to me.

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If you are a healthy skeptic like I once was, you may question the effectiveness of neurofeedback. Can sitting in a comfortable chair with a few sensors attached to your head for 33 minutes really have any effect on your brain?

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Trauma can have a devastating effect on a person’s physical and mental health and can impact every area of a person’s life. Family relationships, friendships, school, and work performance all suffer in the face of trauma. Learn how EMDR and neurofeedback can help.

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Clients frequently ask me about the safety and effectiveness of combining neurofeedback and pharmaceutical medications. Often these questions come from parents who have concerns about the long-term side effects of certain drugs on their children.

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