NYC Therapist Alison Pepper, LCSW, Certified NeurOptimal Trainer: Sometimes we need to think about how we do things both individually and collectively as a society. We don't need to reinvent the wheel but it can be helpful to shake things up,
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
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
By Heather Coleman, LCSW & NYC Neurofeedback Trainer & Psychotherapist
When I joined Neurofeedback Training Co. in NYC as a neurofeedback trainer and psychotherapist, I was curious to see how doing the neurofeedback on myself would affect me.
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
Neurofeedback training with the NeurOptimal system is an effective and non-invasive method to improve brain health. Watch our success stories here. Besides brain training with neurofeedback, there are more drug-free ways to improve your
The practice of mindfulness meditation is the latest trend in effective drug-free approaches to decreasing anxiety and stress.
Inscape, created by former CEOs of Intermix and Coach, is the new secular meditation studio to open up in New York.
The holiday season is a stressful time of year. And this year is particularly difficult because of the strong feelings coming out of the election results and the seamingly opposite values of voters. We are seeing people struggling with their
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
For those of us who grew up in homes that weren't safe or didn't feel safe, which for the brain is the same thing, the idea of living in a state of calm is almost impossible to imagine. Why is it so hard to feel relaxation at the end of the
Elizabeth started with neurofeedback training with me after having tried many treatments for Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Specifically, she wanted relief from constantly feeling under attack and emotional paralyzed. She was
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issue in the U.S. today. Over 40 million people struggle with anxiety and our country spends $42 Billion a year on treatments. Can we help our anxiety without medication and get effective
"Over the past eight years Google searches of anxiety have more than doubled," noted researcher, Seth Stephens-Davidowitz in his NYTimes opinion piece on anxiety in America. Statistics indicate that anxiety, which arise when stress levels are
We all know anxiety well. Even if we’re not an addict in recovery, we can all identify with the pattern of using addictive substances, such as alcohol, caffeine, sugar, to pacify our discomfort. When we decide, for whatever reason, not to use