Like the conductor of an orchestra, the brain directs all other processes in your body: moving, speaking, thinking, learning, feeling, remembering, and even your heart beating.
Stress puts the brain in a disorganized state so it’s not operating at its best, and the other systems can suffer as a result.
Symptoms like anxiety, distractibility, hypersensitivity and trouble sleeping increase when the brain is disorganized.
Brain training sessions are like letting your brain look into a mirror. The feedback tells the brain what it’s doing and the brain uses that information to make adjustments and optimize.
Your brain wants to perform as its best and training gives it the information needed to do so.
A well trained brain is flexible, resilient, and better able to deal with distractions, anxiety and just about anything. We use state-of-the-art NeurOptimal Neurofeedback to make your brain a SuperBrain.
You can train your brain in our Albany office or in the comfort of your home with a rental unit.
Sensors are placed on your scalp and ears that feed the electrical activity from your brain to the NeurOptimal Neurofeedback Software.
During the 33 minute session, you listen to music (or some children prefer to watch a movie.) The software creates a feedback loop by disrupting audio output when it detects an instability or change in your brain activity.
Your brain uses this information to organize and optimize. Our auditory perception is always on so even if you fall asleep, read a book, or reply to emails during your session you are getting the benefits of brain training!
Anyone with a brain! We are used by peak performing athletes, artists, and business people who want to achieve and maintain their edge. We are also used by individuals who feel they are not functioning at their best, including many adults and children with severe impairments, who want a drug-free approach to feeling and functioning optimally.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) lists neurofeedback as a “Level 1- Best Support” intervention for Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD).