Author: Kim Miller, LCSW

  • What is Neurofeedback?

    What is Neurofeedback?

    Traditional psychotherapeutic offices have two main options-talk therapy or medication. An intake may only rely on self-reports and interviewing. Brain interventions are not a part of the process and there may be no ways to directly measure baseline and improvement. Medication alters but doesn’t necessarily heal the brain but they make electrochemical changes in the…

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  • Research on ADHD and Neurofeedback “The Yonkers Study”

    Research on ADHD and Neurofeedback “The Yonkers Study”

    The Yonkers study showed both that Neurofeedback worked for a large number of people or a long period of time or a large number of kids at least! It cannot be limited to one or two anecdotal papers.  A study at the Enrico Fermi School in New York study children with problems related to ADD,…

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  • ADD and Neurofeedback Where the Answers Lie

    ADD and Neurofeedback Where the Answers Lie

    ADD is one of the most widely studied issues in the Neurofeedback realm. Persons can be studied by observing brain waves and measuring and recording the activity and creating a 2-D or 3-D map or model of their brain wave activity to trace what it is doing through tasks or even operating under normal conditions.…

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  • Neuroscience that Matters-Mood

    Neuroscience that Matters-Mood

    The first step in understanding brain mapping or neurofeedback is to understand that the brain has different parts. Just like a realtor has real estate, the brain has areas that produce certain functions. The right hemisphere controls sad emotions to be linked to sad states and the left hemisphere has a role in light or happy states.…

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  • Who is a Usual Neurofeedback Client

    Who is a Usual Neurofeedback Client

    Neurofeedback has started to take the world by storm.  Professional treatment centers, private practitioners, and clinics are starting to offer Neurofeedback.  Ironically, Neurofeedback has been around for many decades and has had a lot of research backing its efficacy.  Neurofeedback often starts with a Brain Map.  Systems can record EEG data from the brain by…

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