If you are looking for depression help, you have come to the right place.
Zone Psychology offers depression treatment in Edmonton. We’re here to tell you that if you have been struggling with depression, you’re not alone! In fact, more than 19 million adults suffer with depression.
Clinical depression is a disorder of the brain’s affective system and is characterized by a low or depressed mood, loss of interest and pleasure in almost all activities and low energy. Classic symptoms of depression include feeling overwhelmed, worn out, tired, sad, isolated, foggy brained and disconnected.
Research at Keck Imaging Labs at the University of Wisconsin shows that depressed people experience a reduction of activity in the left side of the brain which is responsible for engaging in positive moods. When these brainwaves are abnormal, your mood can become depressed.
Zone Psychology uses BrainCore Neurofeedback therapy to treat depression by normalizing brainwaves into organized and healthy patterns.
How Can Neurofeedback Help Depression?
BrainCore Neurofeedback, also called EEG biofeedback or neurotherapy, is a drug-free, non-invasive natural approach to depression.
When treating depression with neurofeedback, the therapist places an electrode on the scalp over each side of the brain. Although the technology is quite sophisticated, the process is simple and painless. The patient learns to alter brain activity through feedback and practice, and the goal is to increase alpha brain waves on the right side while reducing it on the left.
As the left side of the brain becomes more active, individuals begin to feel more positive in their moods. The abnormal brainwave activity diminishes throughout training sessions, and brainwave patterns improve.
Is neurofeedback the right depression treatment for you?
It can be a great choice if you want to avoid medications. The first step is booking an assessment with Zone Psychology, and we can explore options and answer any questions you have.
Insurance Coverage for Clinical Depression
Zone Psychology offers DIRECT BILLING. Note your treatments may be covered by your health insurance plan or employee health benefits. Contact us or your health insurance provider about coverage for psychological counselling.