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Edmonton Psychology At Home Programs
Neurofeedback & Cognitive-Perceptual Training

At this difficult time, Zone Psychology is committed to continuing to provide quality services to our current and prospective clients. As such, we are offering at-home Neurofeedback and Cognitive-Perceptual training. In addition, we are offering complimentary counselling sessions in a tele-psychology format for those who require extra support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Zone Offers Direct Billing

Do you have employee health benefits or private health insurance? Our treatments may be covered by your plan. Contact us or your provider for more details.

If you are looking for Edmonton psychology treatment, Zone Psychology offers non-intrusive and medication / drug – free methods to help identify and treat neurological-based conditions. We treat anxiety, depression, concussions, memory loss, migraines, ADHD and more. 

For over 15 years, Registered Edmonton Psychologist, John Stevenson, and his team have helped hundreds of people in Alberta  with their mental health conditions primarily through Neurofeedback & Biofeedback Therapy, Audio-Visual Entrainment, Cognitive-Perceptual Training and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy with their Edmonton psychology location.

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depression and ADHD today

Our evidence-based program provides a method for teaching the brain to function in a more balanced and healthy way. For clients who have tried talk therapy and medications for ADHD, anxiety or depression without improvement, Zone Psychology and neurofeedback offers an alternative approach.

No Referral Required

You don’t need a doctor or psychologist referral to complete an assessment with us.

Neurofeedback & Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy are evidence-based treatments for ADHD, Anxiety, Depression and other mental health conditions.

Zone Psychology provide Edmonton psychology treaments  that include a Neurofeedback Therapy Program. Neurofeedback, also known as EEG Biofeedback, is a guided exercise for the brain designed to retrain uncontrolled brainwave patterns. For clients who are looking for healthy alternatives to medications, or have tried other treatments – like talk therapy – for conditions like ADHD, anxiety or depression without improvement, neurofeedback offers an alternative approach to optimize your brain health.

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Edmonton Psychological Therapists for Depression, Anxiety and ADHD. We offer Neurofeedback treatment for many types of mental health conditions.

Treating mental health conditions with neurofeedback therapy begins with a comprehensive assessment. The assessment allows our Edmonton psychologists to determine whether a client’s brainwave patterns are dysregulated or uncontrolled. Based on the brain map results, we create a treatment plan of care. Each assessment provides the psychologist with neurofeedback training protocols. These protocols are designed to retrain the brainwave patterns towards proper regulation. The result of rebalancing these brain waves restores health, healing, and functionality for lasting results.

Respected research shows neurofeedback effectiveness

Published scientific research has demonstrated neurofeedback’s effectiveness in managing many neurological conditions such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, migraine and tension headache, insomnia, chronic pain, Post Stroke Syndrome, panic attacks as well as many others. There has been more than 40 years of university-based, medical research demonstrating the effectiveness of neurofeedback therapy. See research papers and learn more here.

How Can Zone Psychology Help? We use cutting edge technology to identify and address many types of conditions.

A person struggling with this disorder is unable to focus or concentrate, they become easily distracted, overwhelmed or frustrated. ADHD can cause anger outbursts and more. 

People suffer from anxiety for several reasons; environmental stress, genetics, medical factors or brain chemistry. These situations put people in an increased sense of awareness.

People who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder show a range of challenges with social skills, motor skills, speech and nonverbal communication.

Pain is actually sensed in the brain, and its not actually felt in the body. Our brains are in charge of how severely our pain is perceived.

A concussion is a traumatic brain injury. Concussions can be caused by a blow to the head or body. In fact, most whiplash motions have the potential to become a concussion.

More than 19 million adults suffer with depression. If you are feeling overwhelmed, worn down, fatigued, sad, isolated, foggy brained, or disconnected, these are classic signs and symptoms that accompany depression. 

Insomnia can have some very serious effects on your overall health. People who experience regular sleep disturbances are at risk of developing certain medical conditions.

Memory loss affects everyone differently. Warning signs that you may be experiencing early stages of memory loss are easy to look for. 

People get migraines for a variety of reasons. They can be caused by genetics and environmental factors such as hormonal changes in women, allergies to food or alcohol.