You’re most likely to come in with a list of changes you’d like to see happen – better sleep, more peace of mind, less anxiety, better focus, less depression, whatever your list is – and stay until you feel happy with where you are. And then that’s it. Your brain likes the new way it’s functioning.
(To read more about things that can change, visit the Neurofeedback Benefits page of our website.)
Because the brain is so capable of change, there’s not really a ceiling on benefits for most people, so you choose when you’re ready to stop. A small percentage of people do best with regular ongoing sessions. If that’s the case, there is a very good personal system available. If that’s you, please talk with me about a system.
Occasionally, someone comes back because they had one too many difficult things happen to them at once and got thrown off track a bit. Usually two or three sessions sets them right. Or someone might come in because they just got a promotion or other opportunity and want to be at their very best for it. Or when they are ready for more change (this is particularly true when addictions are involved.)
If you’d like to ask about something you’d like to see change, please leave a comment; or you can email me privately.
Catherine Boyer, MA, LCSW
New York Neurofeedback