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quality lives. Our state-of-the-art facilities, highly trained and
experienced personnel, and commitment to the full continuum
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We encourage you to contact us today for  more information about
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Neurofeedback in Hollywood, FL

Neurofeedback is a safe, non-invasive technique that involves a computer-based program. It uses repetition and positive reinforcement to teach your brain how to repair and rebalance itself, without the use of drugs. 

With neurofeedback, you can enjoy the healthy, long-lasting changes you desire. Its primary goal is to teach your brain to sharpen its ability, find its balance, and function more like it’s designed to.

How Neurofeedback Works

During a neurofeedback session, you can sit back, relax, and watch a video. As you watch the screen, the computer will measure your brainwave output through electrodes that are placed on your head.

If the computer shows that your brainwaves are too high and outside of the ideal range, you’re dealing with anxious thoughts. In these situations, the video you’re watching will grow dim to encourage your brain to focus on it rather than your thoughts. 

This will happen many times in a typical half hour session so that your brain can practice and improve on the feedback. After you complete your neurofeedback program, your brain will know how to maintain balance, enabling you to feel calmer and have better control of your thoughts.


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What Neurofeedback Can Help With

Neurofeedback can manage and treat a variety of mental health disorders for people of all ages including:

Benefits of Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback can do wonders for your brain health as it has the potential to improve your memory, focus, and mental clarity. You’ll find that it also enhances your moods and helps you feel less anxious and impulsive on a day-to-day basis. 

Additionally, neurofeedback has been shown to improve insomnia and sleep quality. If you’re struggling with depression, it can significantly reduce your symptoms. Essentially, neurofeedback may enhance your overall brain health and give you greater control of your life.


Neurofeedback FAQ

Yes, neurofeedback is considered safe when conducted by a trained and licensed professional. It does not involve any invasive procedures or medication, and there are no known serious side effects.
The length of neurofeedback treatment can vary depending on the individual and the condition being treated. Generally, treatment can range from several sessions to several months or more.
Yes, neurofeedback can be used alongside other therapies, such as psychotherapy or medication, to enhance their effectiveness.
Neurofeedback is not always covered by insurance, but it is becoming more widely recognized as a legitimate treatment option. It is important to check with your insurance provider to determine if they cover neurofeedback and what the specific requirements are for coverage.
There is no evidence to suggest that neurofeedback can cause brain damage when conducted by a trained and licensed professional. Neurofeedback is a non-invasive and safe treatment method that does not involve any form of electrical stimulation or other potentially harmful interventions. However, it is important to note that some individuals may experience temporary side effects such as headaches or fatigue, which are typically mild and short-lived.
Neurofeedback works by training the brain to regulate its own activity, which can help individuals with addiction learn to better control their urges and cravings. By improving cognitive and emotional functioning, neurofeedback can also help individuals address underlying issues that contribute to addictive behaviors, such as anxiety, depression, or trauma. However, it is important to note that neurofeedback is not a standalone treatment for addiction and should be used in conjunction with other evidence-based therapies, such as counseling, medication-assisted treatment, and support groups.

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Clients Who Have Completed Our Program Reported:
Reduction of PTSD Symptom
Data collected using PCL-6
Reduction of Anxiety Symptoms
Data collected using GAD-7
Reduction of Depressive Symptoms
Data collected using PHQ-9

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