what is neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a therapeutic technique that involves real-time monitoring of brain  activity in order to help individuals learn how to self-regulate their brain function.  It is often used as a non-invasive treatment for various neurological and psychological conditions.    

Here’s how neurofeedback typically works: Brain Activity Monitoring, During a neurofeedback session, electrodes are placed on the scalp to measure electrical activity in the brain, This data is then processed and displayed on a computer screen and   The Feedback: real-time brain activity is presented to the individual in the form of visual and auditory using a reward System:  when the individual successfully modifies their brainwave activity in the desired direction, they receive positive feedback, such as a sound or visual reward. This reinforcement helps them learn how to self-regulate their brain function.

In which conditions can neurofeedback help?

Neurofeedback is helpful in many conditions and can be adjusted to the individual conditions and issues that were found on the brain map done beforehand.

  • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder): It has been applied to help individuals with ADHD improve focus and attention.
  • Anxiety and Stress: Management: Neurofeedback can assist individuals in reducing anxiety and stress by training them to achieve a more relaxed mental state.
  • Epilepsy: Some people with epilepsy use neurofeedback as a complementary therapy to reduce the frequency or severity of seizures.
  • Memory and Dementia: studies have shown the effectiveness of neurofeedback training in improving memory function. Neurofeedback Training produced significant improvement in the ability to remember details about one`s environment and spatial orientation within a specific timeframe in both the older and younger population. neurofeedback training improved attention and working memory performance for normal aging adults. In addition, younger participants also benefited from the present protocol in terms of improving their executive function..
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): It may be used as part of rehabilitation for individuals with TBI to improve cognitive function.
  • Depression: In some cases, neurofeedback is used to help individuals with depression regulate their mood.
  • Insomnia: Neurofeedback treatment found to be helpful with sleep disorders
  • Addictions: Neurofeedback can potentially be beneficial for addictions
  • Neurofeedback is administered by trained professionals and therapists such as ourselves

We believe that you should know exactly what you’re paying therefore we have a straightforward price list with no ‘hidden costs or small print.
We offer ‘Pay as You Go’ (PAYG) prices payable in advance and significant price incentives. until the end of the year.

Brain Map +

  • Free consultation
  • Detailed Brain Master Map
  • Full Report

Brain Map +20

  • Free Consultation
  • Detailed Brain Master Map
  • Full report
  • 20 Neurofeedback sessions

Brain Map +30

  • Free Consultation
  • Detailed Brain Master Map
  • Full report
  • 30 Neurofeedback sessions

Pay as You Go are priced at 110£ for and hourly session'

How many sessions?

Generally, patients receive therapy for one or two sessions a week.   On average, however, most can achieve optimum results after 20 sessions. Even more impressive, the results last a lifetime for many, if not most patients.

The neurofeedback training treatment program requires 20 to 40 training sessions. Because Neurofeedback is a learned skill, improvement is gradual and occurs over time. Some individuals may need more training to achieve the full benefits of the therapy. Improvements in attention, organization, and behavior are typically well-retained on a long-term basis

Neurofeedback and brain map

Free Initial call

Free call with either Dana or Adi to understand how will benefit from neurofeedback. you would be asked to fill in a short health form before your 1st appointment.

Consultation & brain map

In the consultation, we will review your form and discuss the symptoms that are impacting your daily life before putting the cap on your head to record your brain wave activity.

Neurofeedback sessions

Your brain map will reveal the specific areas of your brain that need to be treated in order to create better hemispheric connection, better balance, and increase processing speed for optimal brain health and performance.

Dana Latter

Therapist, Coach, Educator, Irlen and NF

Dana is a certified Irlen Screener as well as Melillo Method™ practitioner and a neurofeedback practitioner.   Dana could not accept the diagnosis given to her son as she knew in her heart that he could overcome his challenges and thrive.  Dana understands firsthand the overwhelming feelings of frustration of families with special needs, autism ADHD, and dyslexia.   

Adi Latter

THERAPIST, and Irlen Screener

Adi is a certified Brain Master neurofeedback practitioner and  certified Melillo Method™ therapist.
He started learning about different modalities to help his sons overcome their challenges and came across the Melillo method.
Finally, he found his purpose in life helping other children thrive and overcome their challenges.

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