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INDIANA Neurofeedback Clinic

GREY MATTERS OF CARMEL IS HERE FOR YOU!

We get it. Life is challenging, especially when your mental health is suffering. Whether you’re in your adult years or have a suffering child, we can help.

Grey Matters is a Carmel-based clinic specializing in neurofeedback for the mitigation of symptoms related to anxiety, depression, post-traumatic disorder (PTSD), attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD), apraxia, and migraines.

With today’s technology, there is no reason for you or your child to be navigating these symptoms and conditions alone. With neurofeedback therapy, we help you navigate all of life’s twists and turns in a healthy, positive way without side effects!

SUFFERING IS UNNECESSARY. LET GREY MATTERS HELP.

ANXIETY
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DEPRESSION
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PTSD
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ADD/ADHD
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APRAXIA
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MIGRAINES
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CONCUSSION MITIGATION
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PEAK PERFORMANCE
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FREE CONSULT
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HOW IT WORKS

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive, drug-free way to mitigate symptoms of many mood and mental disturbances. Our process begins with a “brain map” where we use qEEG analysis to get a baseline measurement of your brain’s activity. From there, we create a treatment plan that’s designed specifically for you and your brain.

YOU ARE
NOT ALONE.

Does your child struggle with a speech or learning disability that’s making it harder and harder for him or her to focus in school and at home? You’re not alone!

For years, Courtney struggled to get her son, Grey, to speak. As a child with Apraxia and ADHD, Grey struggled in nearly every aspect of his little life. It wasn’t until Courtney put him through neurofeedback therapy that she learned the true possibilities of a natural, safe solution. Through Grey Matters, Courtney is lending a hand to other adults and parents living with similar mood and mental disturbances. Because no one should go it alone.

Greyson driving a boat-apraxia success story
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