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Discover the power of  pIR HEG Neurofeedback


Hot off the press!!

Dr. Christine Tyrrell Baker has recently published the first formally documented study on pIR HEG neurofeedback applied to a mental health population



Baker, C. T. (2023). Documenting the effects of non-invasive prefrontal neurofeedback in the treatment of common mental health problems. Neuro Regulation, 10 (3), 207-218.


see below for more info

New to Neurofeedback?
One hour Free webinar on (pIR HEG) Neurofeedback:
What is it? What does it look like in an office setting? What are the outcomes for clients with anxiety, depression, stress and trauma? 

Upcoming Trainings- next offered May 2024

Stress Regulation and Learning Model: Enhancing mental health outcomes through Neurofeedback targeting the Prefrontal cortex

Learning Objectives: 

  • Define what Biofeedback and Neurofeedback are and why brain-based learning is relevant to mental health treatment for anxiety, depression, stress, and trauma.

  • Describe how brain changes under stress, particularly the relationship between the prefrontal cortex and amygdala.

  • Describe 4 key changes unfolding from a more regulated brain and how these can enhance the process of psychotherapy.

  • Explain the relationship between Neurofeedback targeting the prefrontal cortex, enhanced emotional tolerance, and coping self-efficacy for lasting change.

  • Utilize the Stress Regulation and Learning Model framework to observe changes and to strengthen new awareness and new brain patterns in clients.

Live on Zoom 9am-4pm, 5.5 CEs available. 


Dr. Tyrrell Baker's recent presentations

Integration of Neurofeedback into Behavioral Healthcare, Utica University

Technology that Heals: The benefits of Neurofeedback-enhanced Psychotherapy

  • Dec 2020  Upstate Medical University Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds

  • Oct 2021 New York State Psychological Association Conference

  • Nov 2023 Central NY Psychological Association 

Training for Professionals on Neurofeedback

EZ pIR Neurofeedback System
key aspects:
-direct training of prefrontal cortex
-no electrodes
-easy to learn and implement in real world settings
-Studied on migraines but applicable to a wide range of difficulties across diagnoses/ presenting problems
-meaningful change within 12-20 sessions

For more information, contact the developer Jeff Carmen, PhD



EZpIR neurofeedback recording sheet


Cheat sheet for running a EZpIR session

Consultation/ Collaboration with other Professionals

Mentoring on use of EZpIR in Clinical Practice


Data consultation and Collaborative research

Training, webinars and Digital Courses

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