Neurofeedback Solutions

Neurofeedback, Social skills and Intimacy

 

Clients often report a new magic in their intimate relationships as an unexpected result of their brain training. A clearer mind makes a clearer you. 

Being present, truly authentic, and comfortable in your body can enrich your personal life beyond measure. Cultivating these qualities means taking better care of yourself, your family, and all those around you. 
 

Leadership skills

Communication is key in managing company teams and customers alike. By cultivating a strong personal presence and maintaining emotional equanimity, you can communicate your ideas more effectively. 
 
Neurofeedback allows you to develop these effective leadership skills by training your mental focus, confidence, and emotional control – even in stressful situations. 
 

Social anxiety 

Social interaction is what gives depth and meaning to our life; self-confidence, emotional balance and a calm personal presence make social interactions smooth and easy.

Social interaction may be impaired by embarrassment, fear of rejection or criticism, anxiety, lack of confidence, low self-esteem or shyness. All these are emotions that have run out of control, limiting social interactions. 
 
Neurofeedback helps you train your mind to move past these chronic, out of control emotions, allowing you to become more comfortable in social situations. 
 
 
If you would like to arrange an assessment to see if we can help, contact us.
 

This is one of the broad reach of tools available, and it’s a good tool. It accelerates symptom removal and the development of healthy self-regulation—meaning it helps the patient’s own body make the proper adjustments.

Dr. Thomas Brod, Psychiatrist

The literature, which lacks any negative study of substance, suggests that EEG biofeedback therapy 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.
Frank Duffy, MD, Neurologist, Harvard Medical School Professor, Head of the Neuroimaging Department and of the Neuroimaging Department at Boston's Children's Hospital