Neurotherapy (or neurofeedback therapy) involves measuring and training the electrical signals generated by the neurons (nerve cells) of the brain. These signals, called EEG, are related to the degree of activation of different brain regions, and show how effectively the different parts of the brain are operating.
Neurotherapy can be used to improve a wide variety of symptoms in people of all ages. Neurotherapy can help improve anxiety, depression, stress, attention, insomnia, chronic pain, substance abuse, stress, headaches, trauma and brain injury.
Neurotherapy can also improve functioning in people with developmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, learning problems, and intellectual disabilities. Neurotherapy can also be used to improve the peak performance of musicians, executives, and athletes.