Neurofeedback Research

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Many recent studies show that Neurofeedback helps reduce anxiety in different ways, for many different types of people. What “types of people” you might be thinking? Phobias: After Neurofeedback treatment, people were able to consciously decrease their anxious feelings about the phobia they used to have. Medications: Another interesting study

By Dr. Trish Leigh

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In one word, YES! I was so excited to see a new article, February 2017, on the Harvard University website sharing the news about the effectiveness of Neurofeedback for ADHD with a really cool graphic that explains the foundational study that helped to prove it. I will share it with

By Dr. Trish Leigh

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