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Neurofeedback Therapy

Mapping and stimulating the brain to restore normal functioning.

In many cases, people suffering from addiction also struggle with co-occurring disorders, such as depression, anxiety, insomnia, and trauma. When clinically appropriate, we recommend neurofeedback therapy, a breakthrough behavioral health modality designed to identify and treat co-occurring disorders.

What is
neurofeedback therapy

Neurofeedback is a noninvasive therapeutic intervention that involves mapping and stimulating the brain in order to restore normal functioning in addicted or mentally ill persons. When part of an integrated care model, neurofeedback reinforces recovery by reducing cravings and compulsions. It also helps clients manage moods and emotions, process anxiety, improve sleep and develop new, healthy behaviors that prevent relapse. Although neurofeedback can bolster success for some clients, it is meant to supplement rather than replace clinical therapy.