Who We Help With Neurofeedback
Neurofeedback is a clinically proven approach to holistic mental health care. At Nepes (ney-pause), we use neurofeedback therapy in conjunction with a number of other research-based treatments to help clients take control of their symptoms and re-train their brain to operate the way it needs to. Everyday stress, mental health disorders, and brain injuries are just a few of the factors that can wreak havoc on your neural pathways. Brain mapping, the first step in the neurofeedback process, allows us to identify areas in the brain that are not functioning at their peak. We use this information to develop a customized neurofeedback treatment plan that features tailored protocols to strengthen those specific areas of the brain - just like you strengthen muscles in the gym. Our non-invasive approach to build awareness helps you lead your best life.
In a free consultation, you'll meet with one of our expert clinicians where you'll get the chance to learn about qEEG brain mapping, neurofeedback, and our supplementary treatment options available to patients.
We will perform a qEEG brain map to collect insights that will inform the development of a 100% customized treatment plan that aligns with your specific symptoms and struggles.
Our process features ongoing evaluation and consultation with your clinician to ensure you are always informed and getting the most from your treatment at each and every stage.
Maintaining a healthy brain is an ongoing process. Even after completing your initial treatment protocols, you can benefit from quarterly boosts that help you stay proactive about your brain health.
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