What is Neurofeedback?

If the question “What is Neurofeedback?” has ever crossed your mind, Reboot, a unique brain health company, has the answer. Neurofeedback is a type of therapy often used as a tool to treat a variety of mental health conditions including depression, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, insomnia, and many more. 

Neurofeedback involves the placement of electrodes on the patient’s scalp. These electrodes collect information about the brain activity of the patient. This brain activity is then analyzed through software that will inform the therapist as to which areas of the brain are dysregulated and need to be trained. The Neurofeedback program is similar to a video game in which the patient’s brain waves will respond to visual and auditory stimuli while the program promotes positive brain activity. 

Neurofeedback usually lasts an average of 20 to 30 sessions, with one session each week. Neurofeedback has been approved for stress reduction by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. However, despite numerous studies, the use of neurofeedback to treat other conditions is still considered experimental. Cynthia Citron with Reboot is board certified in Neurofeedback and provides her clients with helpful tools to reboot their life and start living the way they want. Neurofeedback helps to change the thought processes that keep you stuck, allowing you to move forward from your life and overcome the negative symptoms of mental health issues. Neurofeedback trains the brain to be more efficient in the way that it processes information and emotions.

Located in Tampa, Florida, Reboot gives clients a chance to become their most powerful self by offering a variety of therapies including Neurofeedback, Brain Mapping, EMDR therapy, and talk therapy (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).  Whether you are suffering from a mental health condition or are going through a stressful situation, consider Neurofeedback from Reboot to get you back on track.