Neurofeedback is a non-invasive, brain-based biofeedback intervention that trains the brain to function in healthier, more efficient ways. With the assistance of a trained clinician, neurofeedback therapy allows an individual to tap into the brain’s innate capability to self-regulate and optimize itself. Over time, dysregulation is corrected leading to improved cognitive function, greater emotional stability, and increased quality of sleep.
Also known as EEG biofeedback, neurofeedback utilizes an electroencephalogram, a fancy word that translates from the Latin to “electric head picture.” This “picture of the brain” allows the therapist to read the electrical activity occurring underneath the scalp generated by the brain.
Our clinic utilizes the Neuroguide, NYU Brain Research Lab’s BrainDx, and QEEG Pro databases in our practice, equipping us to accurately assess and interpret QEEG brain maps.
There are several kinds of neurofeedback training that we offer here at Neurofeedback Services Of New York including Infraslow Frequency, Z-score, sLORETA, LORETA, Hemoencephalography, and traditional neurofeedback.
For an in-depth look into how neurofeedback works and to learn more about the various neurofeedback interventions we offer, take a few minutes to check out the following page:Types Of Neurofeedback →