Neurofeedback training can help increase motivation, focus and concentration, help you feel calm and grounded, and increase social acuity and perception. Patients report less depression and anxiety, and an enhanced ability to learn and think, and better executive functioning.  Neurofeedback works from the inside to help you create a better brain that will help you do and feel better.

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is brain wave training.  It treats the underlying physiology in the central nervous system.  Neurofeedback creates physiological changes that support the overall change you seek to make. Neurofeedback addresses each person’s specific phenotypes (signatures of dysregulation) and retrains those patterns so their brain can function optimally.  

What is the process like?

We start with a qEEG (quantitative electroencepholgram) that records a picture of what is currently happening in your brain. It essentially creates a map of all the patterns that are happening inside your brain. We then create a customized treatment plan – all guided by the information the brain map gives.  

Clients come to twice weekly sessions to retrain their brain.  State of the art amplifiers measure what is happening in the brain and reward it when it is creating and staying in the new pattern we are working toward.  Over time, your brain learns the new pattern and stays in that pattern.  As this process unfolds, symptoms are dissolving and results are long lasting.    

The process can be likened to physical therapy for the brain. 80% of patients are able to clinically reduce symptoms by 50% or greater.  Some patients report 100% improvement. Each person and each brain is different in their phenotype makeup, how well they train, how many sessions they have, and goals for training, all impacting outcome success.  In cases where developmental trauma is present, counseling is also recommended.

Neurofeedback can help with:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Behavior Issues/tantrums
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Autism Symptoms
  • Developmental Delays
  • Stress response
  • Poor Memory
  • Brain Fog
  • Learning Disorders
  • Traumatic Brain Injury and concussions
  • Performance
  • Creativity
  • Productivity
  • Nervous system regulation

Neurofeedback should play a major therapeutic role in many difficult areas. In my opinion, if any medication had demonstrated such a wide spectrum of efficacy it would be universally accepted and widely used. It is a field to be taken seriously by all.

Start Healing from the Inside Out with Neurofeedback

1. Schedule a Consultation

Schedule a free consultation call to learn more about neurofeedback, and we can determine together if this is the right course of action for you.

2. Get a brain map (qEEG) and clinical intake

Identify your phenotypes that create symptoms and learn how your brain is currently functioning.

3. Strengthen Your Brain with neurofeedback sessions

As you progress through your  treatment of easy and fun sessions, you’ll find your symptoms dissolving and will start experiencing long-lasting results.  

I have known Dr. Nicole McGuffin for over 12 years, first as a colleague, and now as a friend. She cares about her clients and she is committed to the highest standards of performance and professionalism. Her clients consistently have successful outcomes including better focus, mood, cognition, executive functioning, and less anxiety and melt-downs. They also enjoy working with her. If you are seeking an intervention that creates physiological change, I highly recommend doing neurofeedback with Dr. Nicole.”

I offer neurofeedback because as an intervention it can regulate the central nervous system in ways other therapies can’t reach.

We want our kids and ourselves to be happy, healthy, connected, and have the resiliency to successfully face life’s challenges.  Neurofeedback helps create physiological healing from within the brain that can unlock the ability to increase connection and live your best life.


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