Neuro Feedback is a type of noninvasive therapy that helps clients to alter the way their brain responds to certain types of stimuli. This form of therapy measures a client’s brainwaves, giving them real-time feedback on how their brain functions. This type of therapy, like other types of biofeedback, seeks to help clients gain control over body functions that may typically be involuntary, like heart rate and brain waves.
Throughout treatment, clients learn how to recognize when their brain is in a certain state, like relaxation, and then determine how to recreate that state or avoid states like agitation or anxiety throughout their daily lives. Neurofeedback works best after prolonged treatment, and results are not immediate, though they can be substantial after properly ‘training’ the brain. Neurotherapy is a safe form of therapy with no associated risks and can greatly improve the lives of those who take the practice seriously and work to learn their brain’s cues.
During individual and group therapy sessions, clients will interact with licensed and trained counselors to work through underlying issues that may be contributing to their drug or alcohol addiction.
During trauma-informed therapy sessions, clients are able to talk with a specialist who accounts for their past trauma and the way it may have affected their thinking, behavior, and ability to interact with treatment.
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