Creating New Possibilities through Counselling and Advanced Technological Training
What are some of the potential benefits of Biofeedback/Neurofeedback and Cognitive-Perceptual Training training?
|Overall feeling of well being||Mental chatter and mind racing|
|Ability to process and organize information||Stress|
|Ability to “self-quiet”||Fogginess from chemotherapy|
|Capacity to handle stress|
Since everyone has the ability to learn, 70 to 80 percent of patients benefit from neurofeedback treatment.
With Neurofeedback we are able to help the brain stabilize itself, so that it can function much more efficiently. Neurofeedback brings balance to the brain and the central nervous system. This improves focus and creates a more stable & positive mood.
What do clients say about Neurofeedback?
Children and adolescents typically enjoy the video game format of Neurofeedback and maintain interest in the training by seeing improvement in their performance over time. Adults report that what they like about Neurofeedback is that the results of their sessions are measurable, thus allowing them to ‘concretely’ see progress.
Biofeedback/Neurofeedback and Cognitive-Perceptual Training is also effective in helping the following areas:
Attention, Optimal Functioning & Life Success
A critical ability in just about everything we want to learn and do well in throughout our lives involves the ability to pay attention. At one end of this spectrum are long-time meditators who are able to sustain attention on one object of focus for considerable durations. At the other end of this range are those who show Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD), who suffer severe difficulty in keeping their attention steady. Most people fall somewhere in between these two extremes. Wherever one falls on this continuum, improvements in one’s ability to pay attentions can be made through Neurofeedback Training. Whether the issue is a child or adolescent experiencing difficulty staying focused in school, or an adult having work or relationship difficulties, improving attention skills is highly significant to remediation.