Neurofeedback is a non-invasive brain training that uses real-time monitoring of brain activity to teach self-regulation of brain function.

Watch this video where the author of the book "Neurofeedback 101" explain what neurofeedback is all about.

I offer NeurOptimal® neurofeedback.

NeurOptimal® Explainer Video

NeurOptimal® is an advanced neuro-technology that offers training to the brain, enabling it to function at its best. It’s mathematically designed to communicate directly with your central nervous system and has been called “the most effective bio-hack on this planet”. Hype aside however, NeurOptimal® does have a long and venerable history with well over THREE MILLION HOURS of safe and effective usage.
Neurofeedback is suitable for individuals of all ages, from children to adults. It can be beneficial for addressing a wide range of issues such as anxiety, ADHD, sleep problems, and more.
The number of recommended neurofeedback sessions can vary depending on individual goals and needs. A typical course of neurofeedback training may involve multiple sessions over a period of several weeks or months. Of course, some individuals may have very challenging conditions and circumstances that may require years of neurofeedback. Most of my clients, however, notice a positive change as soon as their very first session.
If you are brand new to neurofeedback, I recommend buying a package of 3 sessions (spaced out weekly) as a way to try it out and see what it will do for you.


“After four months of neurofeedback, 10-year-old boy’s drawings of his family reflect increasing neurological development, developing sense of self.” – Sebern Fisher, from Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma 
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 to use for years to come. 
There is no one-size-fits-all answer. Each client’s needs and situation are unique. If you live in or near the Portland Metro area, I recommend starting with in-office sessions but for longer term use switch to a rental or a purchase option. 
While I am not able to 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!