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Opening Your Mind To The Possibilities

With Neurofeedback

“Finally, the power to be who you are!”

What Is Biofeedback?

What is EEG Biofeedback (AKA Neurofeedback)?

How Long Does It Take?

How Much Does It Cost?

What Others Are Saying About Neurofeedback:


Many of us struggle with a variety of problems that prevent us from achieving our personal, academic, and professional goals.

Attention Deficit Disorder


Anxiety Disorders

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Adult Survivors of Abuse

Self-Defeating Behaviors

Overwhelming Stress

Anger and Aggression

Biofeedback has helped thousands move beyond these difficulties. Emotional and psychological problems are a complex interplay of physical and emotional factors. Chronic stress, heredity, or other biological factors can be at root of some of these problems and serve to undermine the very efforts we make to change.

What is Biofeedback?

Biofeedback is a method of training the body and nervous system to better regulate our physical and emotional states. This is often done using sensors to measure the body’s reactions in the moment. While there are many ways to measure body changes common things to monitor might be EEG brainwaves, hand temperature, sweat response, and muscle tension. This information is then sent back to the client using sounds and visual displays. Researchers and counselors have long known that using these methods, individuals can often learn to change their own physical and emotional states. While this is not a new form of treatment, the benefits from these advances in research, application, and equipment are now available to in the Sacramento metro area.

What is EEG Biofeedback (AKA Neurofeedback)?

This form of biofeedback involves training the brain and central nervous system. Sensors are placed on the head and ears. Depending on the type of training, the client would watch a display screen or sit quietly and listen to a variety of pleasing sounds. Over time, the body responds to the feedback by changing the pattern of brain wave frequencies towards the desired goal. (e.g., deep relaxation, alertness, empathy, peak performance, etc.)


How Long Does It Take?

People often report feeling different within the first several sessions. This may vary according to the person and preexisting problems. However, to achieve more lasting results, clients may need to train between 20-40 sessions. Training sessions vary between 30-60 minutes. Like any form of training, best results can be attained by frequent sessions especially at the beginning of treatment for 2-3 times per week. As treatment progresses, the time between treatments can be increased.

How Much Does It Cost?

While some insurance companies cover Biofeedback, many do not yet reimburse it. You will need to check with your insurance company or EAP to confirm coverage. Unfortunately, managed care companies often encourage short-term solutions such as psychotropic medications, crisis intervention, and referral.


     Discounts:    $700 for pre-treatment evaluation and 10 x 60 minute sessions (A $100 Savings)

                        $600 for additional ten 60 min sessions after the first ten training sessions (A $200 Savings)

Credit Cards: Visa and MasterCard Accepted


***Substantial discounts and pricing plans are available by the purchasing of blocks of
sessions, insurance reimbursement, and in some special circumstances.***

What Others Are Saying About Neurofeedback:

Research studies and clinical findings continue to accumulate which document the efficacy and success of this form of training. Use of Biofeedback for relaxation, pain management, attention deficit disorders (ADD/ADHD), and incontinence have been known for decades. New clinical applications of this technology continue to be developed and publicized this awareness and acceptance is growing. However, biofeedback is not widely used among all mental health and medical professionals. In part, these reasons stem from a, "medical model" with medication seen as the primary and sometimes sole form of treatment. As consumers continue to seek effective, alternative therapies, recent reports on the CBS Evening News, National Public Radio, and publications such as Psychology Today are getting out the word out on Neurofeedback.

What others are saying about Neurofeedback:

 "In my own practice, I’ve used Neurofeedback in a comprehensive medical treatment program to help more than 1,000 patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. When combined with supportive therapies such as family counseling and educational therapy, EEG Neurofeedback is the most effective treatment available. Critics of EEG Neurofeedback hold this treatment to more rigid standards than drug treatments. Yet unlike drugs, Neurofeedback is benign."

David F. Velkoff, M.D. Medical Director,
Drake Institute of Behavioral Medicine, Los Angeles —
Physician’s Weekly POINT/COUNTERPOINT July 13, 1998 Vol. XV, No. 26

"There have been over twenty years of published research studies and thousands of anecdotal case histories which document the effectiveness of biofeedback in the treatment of ADD."

                    Barry Belt, Ph.D.

"In my 38 years of practice, I have never seen any treatment that comes close to producing the results that Neurofeedback offers . . . I have seen results achieved in days and weeks that previously took months and years to achieve, using the best methods available to us."

Jack Woodward, M.D, Board Certified Psychiatrist, Clayton

"This is one of the broad reach of tools available, and it’s a good tool. Like any tool, it doesn’t work for everyone, but it does benefit most people. 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, Los Angeles, CA

"In my experience with EEG Biofeedback and ADD, many people are able to improve their reading skills and decrease their need for medication. Also, EEG biofeedback has helped to decrease impulsivity and aggressiveness. It is a powerful tool, in part because the patient becomes part of the treatment process by taking more control over his own physiological processes." (pp. 143-144)

Daniel Amen, M.D. From "Change Your Brain Change Your Life"

"It improves seizures, depression, low self esteem or congenital head injuries, and it helps the ‘craziness’ that often comes with these . . . Patients report they sleep better, feel better, they don’t have seizures, they are more in control, and that they get more work done. It helps with closed head injury patients. It helps with chronic neurologic disease, where there is no active injury but there are problems with normal functioning. We’ve had success with multiple sclerosis, with toxic encephalopathy (for example, chemical poisoning interfering with neurologic functioning), with chronic pain, migraines and fibromyalgia. And of course, we get very good results with ADD."

Jonathan Walker, M.D., Neurologist, Dallas, TX

"Among the newer approaches to managing ADD, the most exciting is a learning process called Neurofeedback. It empowers a person to shift the way he pays attention. After more than twenty-five years of research in university labs, Neurofeedback has become more widely available. This is a pleasing development, because Neurofeedback has no negative side effects." (Page 205)

William Sears, M.D. The A.D.D. Book