Neurofeedback Training

What is
Neurofeedback Therapy?

Neurofeedback therapy is a brain training program that aims to balance brain waves, thereby improving both mood and brain function.


Each day, our brains are exposed to positive and negative situations, which can shape how we feel or even change how we respond to others.


Neurofeedback gives our brain the chance to respond in a different way or help us to feel better.

Develop New Habits and Skills

During neurofeedback, the brain learns by receiving feedback that shapes the development of new habits and skills.


These can be skills like:

  • Learning to think before we act
  • Sleep more soundly
  • Feel less anxious or depressed
  • Keep our focus and attention
  • Help us to learn better in school
  • Perform better at our job!


By placing sensors on the head you get feedback which is delivered through audio and visual cues which helps synchronize brain electrical activity.

This personalized approach has proven effective in resolving common emotional health issues for both children and adults.

Endorsed by the
American Academy of Pediatrics

Neurofeedback is now getting the attention that it deserves. For example, The American Academy of Pediatrics considers neurofeedback as effective as medication for ADHD. The Academy considers neurofeedback as a Level I and Best Supportive therapy for hyperactivity and attention deficit behaviors.

Neurofeedback is an evidence-based therapy, meaning that scientific research supports its effectiveness. This makes neurofeedback an option for those seeking safe, holistic, non-invasive approaches for a wide variety of emotional health concerns.


Neurofeedback For Self-Regulation


Neurofeedback For Depression


Neurofeedback for Anxiety Disorders


Neurofeedback Therapy For ADHD


Neurofeedback For Tinnitus


Neurofeedback For Autism


Neurofeedback For Anxiety in Children


Neurofeedback For Trauma


Neurofeedback For Athletes


Neurofeedback For Epilepsy


Neurofeedback For Asperger’s Syndrome


Neurofeedback For OCD


Neurofeedback For Seizures


Neurofeedback For Concussions


Neurofeedback For Migraines


Neurofeedback For Addiction


Neurofeedback For Brain Injuries


Neurofeedback Bipolar Disorder


Neurofeedback For Anger Management


Neurofeedback For Postpartum Depression


Neurofeedback For Vulvodynia


Neurofeedback For Sleep Issues


Neurofeedback For Learning Delays


Neurofeedback For Speech Delays


Neurofeedback for PTSD

Neurofeedback Training for Children

At The Brain Wave Center, we have extensive experience working with children on the autistic spectrum, along with those who have ADD/ADHD, anxiety, transition difficulties, mood swings, depression, trauma, attention & focus difficulties, learning disabilities and developmental delays.


Holistic & Natural

is natural and medication free.


Focus in

Neurofeedback can help children focus and succeed in school.



reduces behavioral problems.


Better Sleep

quality of sleep.


Long Term

is effective
long term.


It’s fun!

Best of all,
Neurofeedback Training
is fun!

Watch the benefits of neurofeedback training in children

Calm, Relaxing Neurofeedback Sessions

Clients will be provided with a quiet, private space where they can pick their own show or movie each appointment.


Tailored Neurofeedback Sessions

Sessions are tailored to each client and may include 1, 2, or 4 channel training. Each channel requires a sensor that will be applied to your scalp using a paste.

Healthy Brain Regulation

While watching your show or movie, your brain waves are monitored.. When your brain waves are dysregulated, the picture on the screen and the audio that you hear will be slightly modified in a way that directs your brain back to healthy brain wave regulation.

Neurofeedback gives our brain the chance to respond in a different way or help us to feel better.

Our Specialists in Neurofeedback Therapy

Dr. Stephen Feig, DO – Medical Director

Dr. Feig is a family physician specializing in non-drug approaches to ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma & PTSD. He has extensive experience working with difficult to treat medical conditions including chronic fatigue and functional gastrointestinal disorders. He brings a unique and ...
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Jared Neubrander M.S. QEEG D

Jared Neubrander – Director qEEG Analysis

Jared is a board-certified diplomate in quantitative EEG analytics and has been passionately working in the field of qEEG and neurotherapy since 2008. He had the distinct pleasure of being mentored by the world leaders in the discipline of neurotherapy ...
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Free Discovery Call

Speak with the friendly staff at The Brain Wave Center to see if this therapy is right for you or someone you love!

We consider individual health history, medical conditions, and specific circumstances to determine the suitability of neurofeedback therapy.

Schedule your FREE discovery call to find out if this therapy is right for you!

Frequently Asked Questions About Neurofeedback Training

No! The sensors that we place on the head only read the electrical signals being sent from the neurons in your brain. The brain has continuous brain wave activity, with about 86 billion neurons firing and generating brain waves that fluctuate at various frequencies.

We look at brain wave training as exercising the brain. If you are new to neurofeedback therapy, The Brain Wave Center recommendation is minimum twice weekly, with the initial goal of 30 total training sessions. However, we must emphasize that each individual is different, and recommendations vary.

Maybe. Depending on your provider and plan, some insurance companies will reimburse for neurofeedback therapy. While our services are eligible for FSA/HSA funds, traditional health insurance cannot be used for payment. Accepted forms of payment include Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express, Check, and Care Credit.

We want neurofeedback therapy to be available for all who seek it, so we offer different types of packages and payment plans.

Neurofeedback therapy is considered safe and non-invasive. However, as with any form of therapy, individual responses can vary, and on rare occasions some individuals may experience negative effects. Most negative effects are eliminated after a restful sleep or a minor adjustment to the training protocol. Reported mild and temporary effects:

  • Fatigue: Some individuals may feel tired after a session.
  • Temporary Increase in symptoms: In some cases, there might be a temporary exacerbation of symptoms before improvement.
  • Headache: Rarely, individuals may experience minor headaches during or after a session. We find that eating a balanced meal before or after your session may help.

There could be several factors contributing to the training not being effective as it should be. Hormone imbalances, sleep issues, prescription medication use, nutritional issues, and unstable relationships or environmental factors can all play a role. We offer Functional Medicine Consultations to help you get to the root cause if there is something preventing progress with neurofeedback therapy.

No, Neurofeedback helps you feel like your best self without the weight of your symptoms. It can help you feel like yourself again!

There are certain situations where individuals may not be suitable candidates or should exercise caution. Here are some scenarios in which neurofeedback therapy may not be recommended:

  • People 3 years or younger
  • Individuals that are not able to watch a computer or television screen for at least 20-30 minutes.
  • If you currently wear a full wig, hair piece, or anything that prevents access to your scalp.
  • If you have experienced a concussion, head trauma, or had a traumatic brain injury in the last 30 days, you may need to wait a few weeks to be a candidate.
  • Severe mental health conditions: individuals with severe mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia or psychosis, may not be ideal candidates for neurofeedback.
  • Certain medical conditions: people with certain medical conditions, particularly those affecting the central nervous system, may need to be cautious. It's essential to consult with The Brain Wave Center to assess suitability.
  • Uncontrolled substance abuse: individuals with uncontrolled substance abuse issues may not be suitable candidates. It's important to address substance abuse concerns before considering neurofeedback.
  • Frequent changes and/or certain medications: some medications can impact brain wave patterns, and individuals on specific medications may need to consult with The Brain Wave Center first to determine compatibility with neurofeedback.
  • Certain seizure disorders: individuals with certain types of seizure disorders may not be candidates for neurofeedback, although neurofeedback has been used successfully to help reduce or manage seizures.
  • Pregnancy: although neurofeedback is extremely safe, the effects of neurofeedback during pregnancy are not well-studied. It's advisable to consult with your primary care physician.
  • If you need emergency medical care.
  • If you have an undiagnosed serious mental health issue or are seeking a medical diagnosis for a personality disorder, neurological disorder, epilepsy, etc. Or if there is suspicion of a serious undiagnosed brain pathology, such as a tumor.
  • If you are seeking in-patient medical care, such as a rehab center for addiction treatment.