Neurofeedback

Young teenage girl during EEG neurofeedb

Neurofeedback, also known as EEG biofeedback, is a form of biofeedback that uses brain electrical activity (brainwaves) to provide information to your brain about its own functioning. The goal is to enable you to learn how to better control your own brain activity, which in turn results in improved functioning.  Although not widely used in mainstream medicine, neurofeedback has been successfully used for several decades and is backed by years of clinical research showing its efficacy. Neurofeedback is known to be particularly efficacious for ADHD/attention disorders and has strong support in the treatment of anxiety and depression as well.