Drug-free neurofeedback to help you regain your health and wellbeing.
We are an Edmonton Psychologist that uses Neurofeedback to treat many mental health conditions.
Zone Psychology believes in using science vs. guesswork to detect the root cause of your health imbalance. We are highly qualified, passionate, professional and non-judgemental. Our goal is to help you reclaim your health and life. We use BrainCore Neurofeedback that is comprised of three main steps.
We perform a comprehensive qEEG brain map. This process allows us to read the frequency of areas across the brain.
Based on your unique brain map results we will advise what specific neurofeedback protocols can help to improve your health.
When the imbalance is detected and neurofeedback is performed, brainwave frequencies are optimized for improved function, health and wellbeing.
Clinical Conditions we can treat with Neurofeedback therapy.
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.
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.