Whole Minds, Happy People.

Whole Minds, Happy People.

Whole Minds, Happy People.

Whole Minds, Happy People.

Whole Minds, Happy People.

Whole Minds, Happy People.

Whole Minds, Happy People.

Whole Minds, Happy People.

Brains Are Amazing

Neurofeedback is a fun, pain-free, natural alternative to other therapies. Like exercise for the brain, neurofeedback teaches you how to transform your own brain wave activity. And when brain patterns change, long-lasting emotional and behavior changes follow.

Neurofeedback addresses the underlying physiology of many challenging issues, and its applications are extensive. Everything from stress to depression, autistic spectrum disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, seizure disorders and more can be improved through neurofeedback.

“If any medication had demonstrated such a wide spectrum of efficacy, it would be universally accepted and widely used.”

Frank Duffy, M.D.

Neurologist, Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School

The Science Behind What We Do

When neural pathways are aligned, so is life.

At Amazing Brains, we can change what challenges you or your kid. We take a step-by-step approach to working with clients to accurately diagnose and treat neural activity that is dis-regulated, backing up our results with multiple tests and data points as we create lasting changes.

The Science Behind What We Do

What is Neurofeedback Therapy?

How Does Neurofeedback Therapy Work?

The Therapy Process

Neurofeedback Resources

Find Out if Neurofeedback Therapy is Right for You!

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