Stuck?

Neurofeedback can help.

 If you have been dealing with stress, mental health, or relationship problems and progress has been slow, Neurofeedback can help you get unstuck.

 

Neurofeedback is not talking through problems. Neurofeedback is a learning protocol for your brain which effortlessly allows one’s brain to become more resilient in the face of stress.

 

Unlike medication, it has no known side effects, and Neurofeedback training can result in changes that last for months, even years with no or minimal additional treatment needed.

What is Neurofeedback?

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“My friends see such a difference in me.  My interests have shifted.  I’m feeling more interested in things like history and French.  Before I was stuck and now my interests are propelling me forward.  I retain a lot more  in terms of memory.  I feel a lot smarter.  In relationships I’m setting boundaries.  I’m standing my ground and letting go of toxic people.  I have an improved relationship with my mom, we enjoy each other more, the relationship is not as bumpy.  I meditate when I feel anxious rather than overthinking.  I feel tuned in.”

“I truly believe that neurofeedback has changed my life.  I have the ability to slow down and think before acting or reacting. My anxiety has been significantly reduced and when I do experience it, it’s a lot easier to stay calm and think rationally. I truly believe this is the future for the field of mental health.”

“Neurofeedback has been an integral part of healing my trauma and has helped retrain my brain to think clearly and function under high stress.  I would strongly encourage anyone to utilize this treatment to not only restore lost function from trauma but to help develop and train for those high periods of stress often encountered in stressful jobs or other situations.  In other words, I consider Neurofeedback as a tool of healing and as a tool to enhance performance.”

"Today I am thankful to be sober.  Dr. Baker suggested Nuerofeedback for me.  I have to admit I was a bit skeptical when she explained the process.  It didn’t take very long for me to become a complete believer.  The first thing I noticed was how fast my anger began to fade.  Nuerofeedback created the ability to stop and think through situations before automatically reacting.I was dealing with severe paranoia and being on “high alert” pretty much twenty for hours a day for all of my life. Nuerofeedback allowed me to understand my past without always having to be on guard.  For the first time in my life I began experiencing true peace to the point where I began seeing significant changes in my health for the better. "

What can Neurofeedback help with?

PTSD Neurofeedback helps to quiet the part of the brain responsible for nightmares, hypervigilence, and fear. Randomized Controlled studies show that people with chronic PTSD show improvements in symptoms and in emotion regulation.

Anxiety After Neurofeedback training, people feel less physiological anxiety. Panic attacks and emotional reactivity decrease.

Depression Neurofeedback reduces the need to shut down emotionally and creates new feelings of capability and hope

Couples When both members of a couple complete training, the overall reactivity of communication decreases and the couple becomes more open to learning from each other and looking at old issues in new ways.

Focus and Productivity Neurofeedback helps with ADHD. People report increased focus, mental clarity, taking action, and a decrease in procrastination

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Addiction Recovery Neurofeedback can facilitate the process to interrupting habits and building emotional skills make addiction recovery a reality

 

The only equipment we use is a simple headband and computer program. During Neurofeedback, nothing is done to your brain- no stimulation, no electrodes. It is simply a learning task. As you repeat the task week to week, your brain gets stronger and makes new connections.

In particular, Neurofeedback creates cellular activity in the Prefrontal cortex (executive of the brain) which then helps to inhibit/ control automatic reactions stemming from our Limbic system (emotional center of the brain).

The neurofeedback system we use is called EZpIR.

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Why use Neurofeedback for anxiety, depression, and mental health? (video coming soon)

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Why use Neurofeedback for relationship problems/ couples? (video coming soon)

COMING SOON

Webinars and trainings:

Implementing EZ  pIR HEG in clinical mental health practice 

Stress Regulation and Learning Model: a Framework for maximizing efficiency and effectiveness in mental health services

STRESS REGULATION AND LEARNING MODEL

STRESS 

REGULATION AND

LEARNING MODEL (SRL)

JEFF CARMEN'S
EZ-PIR

SYSTEM

RESOURCES AND TRAINING FOR IMPLEMENTATION

TRansform your psychotherapy practice with Neurofeedback 

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WellBeing CNY

Upstate Professional Center
6838 East Genesee St, Suite E

Fayetteville, NY 13066

New Patients, please email to inquire about services:

 

wellbeing.cny@gmail.com