What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a brain-based approach focusing on retraining and reconditioning brainwave patterns to maintain optimal-self regulation of the Central Nervous System (CNS).  Your brain learns to naturally function more efficiently.  During Neurofeedback, I observe your brain function in real-time.  Through software, you are rewarded when your brain waves change into more effective patterns. Over time, your brain naturally learns to function more appropriately without the need for any drugs or supplements.
Neurofeedback has been shown to be effective with some of the symptoms of ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, insomnia, restless legs, autism, Asperger’s, OCD, head injuries and concussions, headaches/migraines, substance abuse and alcoholism, PTSD, fibromyalgia or chronic pain, IBS, stroke,  and uncontrolled epilepsy.

I offer two types of Neurofeedback, traditional and LENS.


QEEG Assessment is a 19 channel assessment that informs the Neurofeedback training.


Traditional Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive treatment that encourages the brain to develop healthier patterns of activity. The goal of treatment is not only to change how you think and feel, but also to change your brain on a biological level for better functioning.

Recent research has shown that when given the proper support, the brain has the ability to change and adapt, a property known as neuroplasticity. Neurofeedback can encourage and speed up this process of neuroplasticity.

Neurofeedback training should be done at least once a week, and preferably twice weekly.



Low Energy Neurofeedback System, is a unique and effective form of neurotherapy that facilitates changes in people of all ages with a wide variety of presenting issues. As a result, it has the capacity to address numerous symptoms and deficits.  It is remarkably effective, and over 85% of people who have used the LENS have benefited significantly from it.  Results can be seen quickly, often beginning within the first session, and are lasting.

My office uses the LENS as an adjunct to psychotherapy to assist with stress reduction and regulation of the Central Nervous System.  Patients across the lifespan, from young children to older adults, have benefited from LENS.

What makes LENS different from other forms of neurofeedback?  Each client’s EEG signals are unique to them and constantly changing.  The LENS measures these ever changing signals of the client, and matches the feedback to the client’s own physiological (neurological) fingerprint.  It breaks up existing negative patterns rather than training new patterns through operant conditioning. 

(1) does not require any focused attention, and the person does not need to do anything specific during the session. 

(2) sessions last between a few seconds and a few minutes. Initial results are typically seen in 1-4 sessions, with the average number of sessions per client of 11. 

This makes LENS an excellent option for all individuals, including those who are unable to attend for lengthy periods of time and/or who are unable to understand instructions.


• Improved clarity
• Improved focus or memory
• Decrease in stress or restlessness
• Decreased pain
• Improved energy level
• Improved sleep

Please let me know if you are interested in learning more about LENS Neurofeedback.