Delray Center for Healing is pleased to announce a new, revolutionary treatment, Neurofeedback Therapy. This advanced therapy uses both brain mapping and feedback to train the brain, helping individuals living with symptoms of a number of mental health issues. We’re excited to offer this helpful and potentially life-changing, non-medicinal therapy to those who it may help.
Keep reading to find out more about Neurofeedback Therapy. And, if it may be an option for treatment you’d benefit from at our Delray Center for Healing locations.
Neurofeedback works by using equipment that maps brainwaves and shows them on a screen for display. Being able to identify brain waves in real time allows for the measuring of brain wave frequencies. These frequencies help to determine how a person is feeling, their bodily movements, creativity, focus, and more.
When a person’s brainwave frequencies don’t fire off normally, they can encounter a number of symptoms. For instance, when certain frequencies fire off at night, you may have trouble sleeping. Or, on the other hand, if brainwave frequencies which are supposed to fire at night do so in the day, you could have trouble with fatigue.
Essentially, neurofeedback allows for the mapping and recording of brainwaves to assess and determine any frequencies which may be affecting a person’s daily life. This way, individual techniques can be used in the therapy aspect of neurofeedback to train the brain.
While mapping brainwave frequencies is one the “neuro” part of neurofeedback, “feedback” is the brain training. Essentially, during neurofeedback sessions, feedback is given with the use of tools to assist in the development of new, broadening skills. Feedback may include describing how brain frequencies are working during sessions. And, guidance on how to improve those frequencies. Therefore, helping the brain to naturally train and eventually learn new functionality.
Since the brain responds naturally to feedback, learning through neurofeedback therapy is just like learning anything else. And, just as you take knowledge with you, people who utilize neurofeedback therapy utilize the skills they’ve learned on a long term basis. This makes it something that’s beneficial to a number of individuals who may not otherwise receive long term benefits from alternative treatments.
Additionally, training the brain with Neurotherapy can help to eventually train the mind. For example, if arousal brain frequencies are firing abnormally, neurofeedback can help with training the brain. Thus, helping with emotional regulation and even a person’s overall life outlook. So, it can be helpful to a number of people diagnosed with mental health issues.
Some of the issues and conditions neurofeedback therapy can help may include:
Delray Center for Healing offers neurofeedback therapy for individuals who may benefit from it. During your initial assessment, we’ll determine your individual needs and introduce to you treatment options according to your specific needs.
Learn more about how the Delray Center for Healing helps people in the mental health community on our website. And, reach out to us today to start the process of getting the help you need by calling 888-699-5679.