Neurofeedback is a simple and powerful process 

The only equipment we use is a simple headband and computer program. During pIR HEG 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, this method of 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.

WellBeing CNY Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback- a process of providing a person with their own biological data to gain greater control over involuntary biological functions.

Data below is based on clients who have gone through Neurofeedback therapy at WellBeing CNY. 
Significant Changes can be seen in as few as 5 sessions. For many people, changes occur incrementally over about 12 to 20 sessions. See below for the results we have gathered. Click here to read testimonials of people describing the benefit of Neurofeedback in their lives.

***Results vary by individual. Data presented below are a summary across our patient population and are not a guarantee of specific outcomes.

Anxiety Decreases

Our clients report less physiological anxiety. They can notice their automatic worry or avoidance associated with anxiety and make new choices.


Our clients report that mood improves as feelings of being stuck and/or hopeless fall away.

Self confidence increases

Self efficacy is the view that one has the capacity to meet and overcome challenges in one's life. High global self efficacy allows people to feel safe and capable, open to possibilites, and able to take risks necessary to support their lives.  


Resilience and coping expands

Coping self efficacy is the belief in your ability to find multiple strategies to cope with stress and emotions. Our clients report feeling calmer and more capable of finding new ways to cope.