When I was an undergrad studying psychology, everyone had to become very familiar with Erik Erikson's Developmental Stages of Life. I heard them at least 10 times before graduating graduate school. Each and every time I would picture the growth
How many parents truly get a break from the day-to-day tasks and stressors of life? Not the majority i’m assuming! With so much to do in so little time, the biggest task of parenthood is having to be flexible: some parents are CEOs, single
When i finally get to work in the morning, 9 times out of 10 it dawns on me that I have no idea how I got there! Of course, I know I walked to the train and swiped my Metrocard and sat with fellow New Yorkers along the way, but I just didn’t feel
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
A frequently asked questions when clients call about doing neurofeedback to help with their anxiety is: how many neurofeedback sessions will I need? I start by saying, "Every brain is different so we can't predict for certain, BUT there are some
As ACoAs (and adults from dysfunctional homes), our task is to work through our patterns and turn into the capable parent (and person) we would like to become. There are 3 key areas of ourselves as parents, that if we care for them, our
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It's a competitive world out there and many parents are looking for ways to improve their childrens' school and athletic performance. "Brain training" is the latest fad, and one that has merit if the
By Heather Coleman, LCSW & NYC Neurofeedback Trainer & Psychotherapist
When I joined Neurofeedback Training Co. in NYC as a trainer and psychotherapist, I was curious to see how doing the neurofeedback on myself would affect me. After using
The two most common questions we receive are: does it work and how does neurofeedback work? The answer to both questions are in a research paper by social psychologist and neurofeedback trainer, Jean Alvarez, EdD.
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Addiction is a tricky disease, regardless of the substance of choice. It is a mistake to think that the definition of an addict is “someone who wakes up drinking and goes to bed drinking.” This is a false notion. One reason it is tricky is
What is the best neurofeedback system for home?
The NeurOptimal Personal Trainer is a professional-grade neurofeedback equipment specifically designed for home use and is fully automated. You're able to run sessions at your home on your own
A common signal that we are under continuous stress is that the quality of our sleep deteriorates. We have difficulty falling asleep, we wake up in the middle of the night and can't fall back to sleep or we wake up too early and feel compelled
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In the summer of 2010, during a brunch after a meditation program I led, a participant handed me the book, A Symphony in the Brain, by the New York Times science writer, Jim Robbins. He asked if I would give him my opinion about this new type of
There are three states, or zones, that make up the stress response cycle. The brain goes in and out of these states in the course of the hours and days of your life. Your physical, emotional and mental health all depend on what zone your brain