Read the article and the comments in the much criticized Psychology Today article by Christian Jarrett Ph.D : “Read this before paying $100s for neurofeedback therapy“ Posted by Natalie Baker, Advanced Neurofeedback Trainer and founder of Neurofeedback NY: “Thanks for providing the opportunity for this
Sometimes our neurofeedback clients are not able to come to the office as much as they would like. Additionally, if a young child is training, it can be helpful for the whole family to train alongside of them. This is
When you decide to give a family member’s brain a boost from neurofeedback—whether it’s an ADHD child or your anxious partner—enhance effectivenss by training yourself too!
“Neurofeedback is like riding a bike: It’s non-conscious learning, based on the feedback, that, with repetition, can be long-lasting”. This article from Washington Post describes how neurofeedback can help alleviate symptoms from PTSD, brain injuries and ADHD.
Before I started coming to Neurofeedback NY I was completely dependent on medications such as Zoloft and Xanax to control the frequent panic attacks and other debilitating effects of my high anxiety level.
Article: Largest neurofeedback study ever funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health for ADHD
Read a commentary on the article about A.D.H.D posted in The New York Times from the founder of Neurofeedback NY and Advanced Neurofeedback Trainer in New York, Natalie Baker.
Quote from news article: By contrast, subjects who received neurofeedback showed significantly stronger affiliative brain activity in their last trials compared with their first ones. In other words, something about seeing their brain’s changes intensified that response over subsequent trials.
By Heather Coleman, LCSW & Certified Neurofeedback Trainer: ” When I joined Neurofeedback NY as a trainer and psychotherapist, I was curious to see how doing the neurofeedback on myself would affect me.”
When the brain is making the gradual transition from living in a state of activation or the fight/flight/freeze response, it takes a while to make those new neural pathways. As a consequence slowly our behaviors and our perception of the world change too. Jeremy’s story is an example of what we call the “seamless changes” that are brought about by neurofeedback training.