Lets be real. Life can get busy. Work, more work, family obligations, school, hobbies, and the list goes on and on. So how do we find balance? How can we make time and space to relax and gain perspective? Relaxation and perspective can help us
We are thrilled to be entering our 7th year of renting out 35 NeurOptimal home systems to individuals and families around the U.S. and Canada. Enjoy reading some recent neurofeedback reviews from our renters.
Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts more than three to six months, or if it persists past the point of tissue healing. Managing it is a lifelong struggle for many people and living with it can trigger stress, anxiety, depression, and lead
We are excited to announce a new Partnership: Denver Neurofeedback sessions available in office!
Interview with Miriam Bellamy, LMFT, NeurOptimal neurofeedback Trainer and Psychotherapist in Dener, CO.
From her home-base in Denver neurofeedback trainer, Kate Linsley, has been in charge of Neurofeedback Training Co's neurofeedback home rentals program since its inception in 2012. In 2011 Kate became a Certified NeurOptimal Trainer and started
In the mental health field we’ve come a long way in our understanding of the brain and how brain functioning produces the symptoms we call anxiety and depression. Dr. Van Der Kolk in his book The Body Keeps the Score, gives an excellent
Learn the basics of NeurOptimal neurofeedback training and how it can help with ADHD, concussion, anxiety and depression symptoms.
First question to ask is how does neurofeedback work? NeurOptimal© neurofeedback works by training the brain to
Research just published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry shows a link between a mother's diet during pregancy and conduct disorder and ADHD symptoms in her children. They looked at epigenetics, also called the mylenation of DNA.
What is peak performance? We are in a state called "flow" and mind/body functioning is unified. Moment-to-moment decision making is fluid and precise and the outcomes feel effortless.
We don't have to be an Olympic athlete, or a concert
Boulder neurofeedback trainer discusses results in children and parents with ADHD and sleep issues; and the effects of neurofeedback on meditation.
Interview with Joy Om, NeurOptimal neurofeedback and cranio-sacraltrainer in Boulder, CO.
What to Consider when Trying Neurofeedback training
As neurofeedback is recognized and validated through research for helping conditions such as ADHD, PTSD/trauma, concussions, and anxiety/depression, consumers are faced with the question of what
Keep your Central Nervous System (CNS) separate from the dis-regulation around you — whether it’s an anxious aunt or a parent who knows how to say just the right thing to trigger you, remind yourself that your CNS/brain is entitled to stay
One of the first positive shifts from neurofeedback training is improvement in sleep—sleeping more soundly, falling asleep more quickly, not waking up in the middle of the night, and feeling more rested—even when sleep is not the presenting
Washington Post Article: "Therapists are using neurofeedback to treat ADHD, PTSD and other conditions"
"Neurofeedback is like riding a bike: It’s non-conscious learning, based on the feedback, that, with repetition, can be long-lasting".
This article from Washington Post describes how therapists are getting great results with neurofeedback
When you decide to give a family member’s brain a boost from neurofeedback—whether it’s an ADHD child or your anxious partner—enhance effectivenss by training yourself too!