Our practice always begins with an objective assessment of brain activity using a qualitative electroencephalogram (qEEG). Using a cap which evaluates 19 specific locations of brain activity, we assess the brains’ baseline electrical patterns. Through a process of artifacting, comparing to a normative database, and analysis we are able to distinguish if there are significantly different patterns of neuronal activity that neurofeedback may benefit.
Using the data from our analysis while aiming to reach the goals of our clients, we begin the training process. Sensors are placed on the scalp and feed information to our computer system that amplifies and records the brains’ activity. Based on the principles of learning and practitioner guidance, the information is fed back to our clients in the form of visual or auditory reinforcement.