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Mar 18, 2023

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"Clinical studies have shown that neurofeedback has the potential to reshape the brain's functioning, leading to lasting improvements in mental health and well-being." - Journal of Clinical Psychology


Neurofeedback, also known as EEG biofeedback, is a non-invasive therapeutic technique that aims to train individuals to self-regulate their brainwave activity. It involves measuring electrical activity in the brain through an electroencephalogram (EEG) and providing feedback to the individual in real-time, allowing them to learn how to modify their brainwave patterns.


  1. Assessment: A comprehensive evaluation is conducted to identify the individual's specific symptoms, goals, and areas of dysregulation.

  2. EEG Recording: Electrodes are placed on the scalp to measure brainwave activity and record the EEG signals.

  3. Feedback Training: The individual engages in a neurofeedback session, during which they receive auditory, visual, or tactile feedback that reflects their brainwave activity. This feedback is designed to reward and reinforce desired brainwave patterns.

  4. Self-Regulation Training: Through repeated neurofeedback sessions, the individual learns to recognize and modify their brainwave activity, gradually improving self-regulation skills.

  5. Progress Monitoring: Regular assessments and ongoing monitoring are conducted to evaluate progress and adjust the neurofeedback protocols as needed.


  • Enhanced relaxation response

  • Improved sleep patterns

  • Reduced muscle tension and pain

  • Enhanced physiological self-regulation