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Quick Details of Neurofeedback

  • Sensors placed on your ears and scalp read your brainwaves.

  • A computer gives visual and auditory feedback when your brain is training in the desired zone.

  • It can take 20-40 training sessions for brain changes to become permanent.

  • Neurofeedback isn't covered by insurance.

  • It is safe and effective for all ages, but can be difficult for young kids due to the need to sit still. We have provided it for kids as young as 6 years old.

  • Neurofeedback has been effective for treating ADHD, anxiety, depression, sleep/wake cycles, impulse control, cognitive processing, trauma, stress, and focus, just to name a few. 

  • Sessions can occur once or twice a week.

  • 3 HopePoint therapists have completed BCIA-approved training to provide Neurofeedback.


Neurofeedback, also known as EEG biofeedback or Neurotherapy, is a form of therapy where you get real time feedback on your brain activity. With this information, we’re able to retrain your brain to function more optimally. It’s a form of  EEG biofeedback therapy that has been around for decades. 

Neurofeedback is like a therapeutic workout for your brain. It teaches the brain to make changes in your EEG brainwaves. This gives you greater control over your moods, your energy level and your ability to focus. 

You can teach your brain to stop engaging in certain unproductive emotional patterns and other symptoms and start engaging in more positive ones. This is possible due to neuroplasticity, or the brain’s ability to change.

What happens during a session?
A client has 3-5 sensors placed on their head and ear, in various locations depending on desired outcomes. Nothing goes into the brain, the sensors only read the brainwaves.
The client then watches a screen that gives them feedback that rewards their brain when it is doing what it needs to do to function at it's best. Or the eyes are closed for a certain protocol for auditory feedback only.

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