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NeurOptimal®  Neurofeedback

NeurOptimal neurofeedbackIf you’re interested in becoming a neurofeedback trainer, please visit the Become a Neurofeedback Trainer page.

If you’re already a NeurOptimal® trainer, this page is for you.

NeurOptimal® is easy to learn and operate, but newcomers naturally still have questions. I can help with those questions, but before I get to that, here’s my first recommendation:

If you are not already a member of the NeurOptimal® PASS (Premium Access Support Systems) community, I highly recommend joining.

PASS membership includes technical support, among many other benefits, and also makes available the Beginner’s Forum, the Clinical Forum, and many specialty forums — all helpful, interesting and educational. There are also forums available on PASS in Dutch, German, French, Italian and Spanish. 

It’s a community that contributes its knowledge generously. I’ve learned a lot on PASS from my colleagues. I spent several years co-moderating several of the forums. It’s been a real joy to be part of welcoming newcomers and supporting trainers, and to learn from and hear about what my colleagues are doing.

There are also many additional resources on PASS — sample forms, power point presentations, and recordings of webinars taught by experienced trainers on a variety of topics. 

I also recommend you join these two groups on Facebook. PASS membership is required for the first group and ownership of a NeurOptimal® system for the second.

NeurOptimal® 3.0 PASS Support
NeurOptimal® Community Group

NeurOptimal Master Trainer

Certified 2005

You can get your questions answered in these groups and by taking one or more of NeurOptimal®’s courses and events, but if you’d like some one on one consulting, here are some of the ways I can help:

NeurOptimal® is very easy to learn and to use. That means that a large part of our job as trainers is the quality of our relationships with our clients and our communication with them.
Here are some examples of things we can work on together:

  • Explaining neurofeedback and NeurOptimal® in clear language. Clients ask, “But how does it work?”
  • The client’s first phone or email contact with you.
  • Talking to clients and others about the differences between NeurOptimal® and other systems.
  • Getting clients off to the best possible start.
  • Helping clients monitor their progress.
  • Things that might block progress and what to do about them.New York Neurofeedback

We can also work productively on the practical side of your business, including:

  • Fees and other financial matters.
  • Becoming comfortable with technology (if you knew where I started!).
  • Looking at how best to market your business.
  • What people need to see on your website.

If you would like an individual NeurOptimal® neurofeedback consult or have questions, please contact me.