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  • What Can You Expect from Neurofeedback?

    Neurofeedback for anxiety and depressionThe bottom line with people is usually: Can neurofeedback help me with what I want to see change?

    Because it works with the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord), neurofeedback has the potential to affect a broad spectrum of the things people want more of or less of. So stress reactions, low mood, sleep problems, and may other things our clients would like to see change may respond well. People often ask, how can one thing help with so much? This is why:  Because it works directly with the central nervous system, the captain of your ship.

    People also do neurofeedback for peak performance, for better focus and concentration and other things they want more of. For a more complete list of things that neurofeedback may help with, visit the New York Neurofeedback page, Benefits; and to specifically see what many of my clients have said, you’re likely to find something that resonates for you on the Client Comments page. I tell a personal neurofeedback story there that has to do with a dream more than half of you will say you’ve had: Being back in school and having forgotten a test, or not being able to find the right classroom — something stress-provoking about school. The bottom line is, neurofeedback did away with that dream, which I’d had regularly for years. I think you’ll enjoy reading the short story of how that came about.

    Catherine Boyer, MA, LCSW-R
    New York Neurofeedback