Remote Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback Brainwave Training offered in our Yaletown office or from the comfort of your own home.

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Neurofeedback Brainwave Training

How it works

Neurofeedback uses brainwave sensors to analyze overactivity and underactivity in areas of your brain associated with dysfunction.  These imbalances can contribute to a number of health related problems, like behavioral issues, addictions, sleep problems, cognitive issues and even how you perceive pain and the environment around you.  Once these imbalances are identified a program can be developed that begins to retrain more optimal brainwave patterns so your brain can create new healthier patterns of function.

Brainwave training is achieved by giving your brain information to process such as watching a video or playing a game while specific brain waves are being evaluated and positively reinforcing them when they go into the more optimal frequency zones and negatively reinforcing when they are outside of the optimal zone.  Your brain begins to learn to stay in these optimal zones and your brain begins to function in a more balanced manner.  These programs are specifically designed for your particular brain wave pattern that we will determine during your brain performance assessment.

To get started book a Brain Performance Assessment to find out how your brain is functioning.

Who is Neurofeedback for?

Neurofeedback is an effective treatment method for many neurological disorders. Neurofeedback has been highly successful in the treatment of addiction, ADHD, ADD, sleep disorders, epilepsy and depression. It has been successfully applied in clinical settings for more than 30 years, particularly in the treatment of ADHD and ADD. Neurofeedback is an evidence-based treatment with proven efficacy as demonstrated in a recent meta-analysis and in this recent review. More recently with the advancements in Neurofeedback technology it was been more widely used to enhance focus, attention, memory and brain performance. A course of Neurofeedback sessions can have the same effect as ongoing intake of psychostimulant medications like Ritalin, for example. The benefit of Neurofeedback, however, is that ongoing treatment is rarely needed after the course length and medications can be avoided altogether.

Are the effects of Neurofeedback long term.

Studies of long-term effects of Neurofeedback show that the symptoms often improve after the first few treatments with Neurofeedback and remain stable after the treatment course of 6 months. Research shows that attention, impulsiveness and hyperactivity further improved after 6 months and had remained stable after 2 years. More information on Neurofeedback research and results can be found in our Science section.

Do I get electric shocks through the electrodes that are fixed to my head?

No, the electrodes can only be used to measure brain activity.

Do I need a referral from my GP?

You do not need a referral for treatment. Based on your intake interview and Brain Performance assessment we will determine whether Neurofeedback is the right treatment for you.

Are there side effects to Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is essentially structured exercises for your brain and as with physical exercise sometimes the brain may experience fatigue or sleep disturbances after the sessions. However, these effects are rare and if continue to occur your program will be modified.

Will my insurance cover Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback in our office is an elective service and will not be covered by your insurance provider.

How much does Neurofeedback Cost?

Normally Neurofeedback can cost up to $250/session and up to 40 sessions are needed for long term results. With our Myndlift Neurofeedback home system we are able to provided unlimited Neurofeedback sessions for $600/month.