Neurofeedback is a form of biofeedback that focuses on brain function. All biofeedback is principally a stress reducing methodology. One reduces stress when one decreases interferences and inefficiencies in function.
There are many forms of NeuroFeedback. At ATC we use the Q to decide how best to help a person release inefficient patterns of neural functioning. We may use a training program based upon 3-D imaging of brain function called Loreta Neurofeedback. We use traditional amplitude training at times and we use Z-score training with from 2 to 19 electrode contacts. Many individuals come to us for the LENS (Low Energy NeuroFeedback System) that is particularly useful for recent head trauma and complex medical situations. We can create a unique training program for each client based upon their complaints.
The training process is designed to be pleasant, as that is rewarding. We may use a movie that you enjoy as feedback, music or small games. We have fun in the process!
“Researchers (Thornton & Carmody, 2005) have noted that neurofeedback is the most effective method for returning to healthy function following a traumatic brain injury.”