how much does neurofeedback cost?


There are 3 ways of how you can use neurofeedback which will effect pricing: 
  1. You can attend in-office sessions.
  2. You can rent neurofeedback equipment for home use.
  3. You can invest in purchasing your own neurofeedback equipment. 
There is no one-size-fits-all answer. Each client’s needs and situation are unique, read more about neurofeedback cost here.
While we do not bill insurance (read here why), if you have a health savings account (HSA) or flexible savings account (FSA) designed to pay for health-related expenses not covered by insurance, you may be able use it toward neurofeedback/biofeedback and save money.

If you are not sure if neurofeedback is right for you, try our discounted new client starter package. Because one session is not enough to see lasting results (just like you are not likely to see major improvements after one workout at the gym), I offer a 3-session package to get a better "feel" of how neurofeedback can help. Book your first session here.

Other ways to save is to rent a system for home use. The rental cost per session can be as low (or lower) as your insurance co-pay!
Before you rule out neurofeedback as a "costly treatment" (which it isn't by the way), consider these factors and costs in terms of time, relationships, career, and quality of life:

  • Underachievement, demoralization, not living up to potential is costly
  • School failure, failed college attempts is costly
  • Job failure, job changes, absenteeism, being fired is costly
  • Relationship failures and/or divorce is costly
  • Legal problems are costly
  • Failed medications with side effects are costly
  • Residential treatment is costly (up to $100K)
  • Drug treatments are costly, especially when repeated
  • Psychiatric emergency admissions are VERY costly
Being unwell always costs you a lot more than being healthy. Make caring for your brain health a high priority to improve your own or your loved one's quality of life and save money in the long run.

“When your brain works right, you work right; and
when your brain is troubled, you are much more likely to
have trouble in your life.” – Daniel Amen, MD

Schedule a session today to see for yourself!