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I am trained in The Polyvagal Theory and I am certified in The Safe & Sound Protocol. I engage in psychoeducation and skill building with all of my clients regarding the structure and function of their nervous system and how to expand their body's ability to feel more safe. The Safe & Sound Protocol is a separate, non-invasive sound therapy that helps activate the vagus nerve and increase distress tolerance. I offer this as a separate program to my clients.

— Brandi Solanki, Counselor in Waco, TX

Our brain works on wavelengths, and Neurofeedback involves non-invasive technology that either speeds up or slows down those wavelengths. This best serves as a compliment to talk therapy, but can be a helpful way to reduce symptoms

— Jonny Pack, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Asheville, NC
 

Neurofeedback, in my opinion, is the only drug-free treatment besides psychotherapy that is really truly effective in treating a wide variety of mental health symptoms, in a lasting way. Please visit my website for more info but suffice to say that I have seen practically miraculous transformations in my clients' (and my own!) anxiety, depression, distractibility, moodiness, impulsivity, self-consciousness, executive function, sleep quality, productivity, energy, and so much more!

— Ursa Davis, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in Edgewater, CO

I am a certified Neurofeedback provider. I use Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS) to treat many symptoms. LENS lifts suppression’s and lifts compensations that our minds create to protect us. It allows all of the 21 sites in our brains to communicate more effectively through healing. If you are in Nevada area and you want to feel better, please come and see me.

— Michele Ramey, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Las Vegas, NV

I have been using neurofeedback to improve mental flexibility and emotional regulation for over two years. Neurofeedback is known to help with symptoms of anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, and more.

— Alicia Guler, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in Fort Collins, CO
 

I could not be more convinced that neurofeedback is the future. I have trained in different NF modalities, and all of them make a difference in the life of my clients in different ways, but all of them are effective. And NF is also a tool to optimize the brain & nervous system functioning for people of all sorts whether they have emotional problems or the simple desire to feel better, to grow, to be more effective, or to have more control.

— Antonieta Contreras, Therapist in NEW YORK, NY

There are several devices that we can use on your path to begin a brain-training program using Neurofeedback. I spent half of my undergraduate years and a majority of my graduate studies studying the impact and use of neurofeedback or brain-imaging devices in therapy. We can use brain-imaging devices such as the EEG for you to witness changes in your own brain, and by learning how to build neuronal (brain connections) and use your thoughts and tech to improve your brain functioning.

— Jacob Stotler, Therapist in Kearney, NE
 

I have both the Basic and Advanced Certifications with Zengar Institute in the NeurOptimal training system. I can't wait to see what neurofeedback can do for you.

— Olga Ward, Therapist in Beaverton, OR

Neurofeedback is essentially operant conditioning for your brain. It is helpful in alleviating dysfunctional patterns contributing to symptoms such as anxiety, PTSD, depression, OCD, ADD and more. Over the course of your program, the brain learns to let go of old, "stuck" patterns that no longer serve you and create new electrical patterns that influence new neuropathways.

— Michela Parisi, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in Edgewater, CO
 

I am double board certified in neurofeedback and QEEG

— Jared Treiber, Clinical Psychologist in Northbrook, IL

My evolving experience at Pathwaves, a center that I cofounded, provides me with a powerful and natural tool that gives individuals the ability to more quickly transform parts that keep them in unhealthy patterns. This provides them with effective and sustainable practice that leads to more efficient self-regulation of their nervous system. This helps to quickly and sustainably resolve patterns of unmanageable anxiety, depression, sleep, anger, and other performance limitations.

— Ryan Landau, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Miami, FL
 

Neurodiversity-affirming | The ways in which we experience mental and physical health, sex, relationships, work, money, and nearly every aspect of life can be impacted by neurodivergence, such as ADHD, Autism, complex trauma, and more. In the past, therapy was aimed at “fixing” issues from an ableist lens rather than accepting us as our whole selves. I bring an affirming perspective to neurodiversity and incorporate your experiences and identities into our sessions.

— Mollo Ivo, Licensed Master of Social Work in Rocky Hill, CT

The brain has an incredible, inherent ability to self-correct. Nonlinear neurofeedback training is designed to provide the brain with the information it needs to make its own adjustments. By detecting and monitoring changes in the cortical patterns within the brain, neurofeedback training allows your brain – and you – to become more flexible and resilient.

— Kristen Baird-Goldman, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist