Neurofeedback is like riding a bike – a skill that, once learned, is never forgotten.

WHAT DOES
GREY MATTERS DO?

We help adults and children stop the suffering by mitigating symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADD/ADHD, apraxia and other speech delays, and migraines. We do this with something called neurofeedback training.

Simply put, neurofeedback training is like learning to ride a bike.

An unknown process for your body can be intimidating, we know. We understand the emotions that may come up for you or your child as you begin this journey. Our clients are an extension of our family—we will wrap you in the best care possible. Our goal is to make this a comfortable and life-changing experience.

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Neurofeedback Brain Training

NEUROFEEDBACK BRAIN TRAINING


HOW IT
WORKS

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive, drug-free way to rewire the brain’s reward system. Our process begins with a consultation where we use a qEEG to get a baseline measurement and image of your brain’s activity. From there, we create a treatment plan that’s designed specifically for you and your brain. Through this brain training, you can unlock all of the cognitive potential you didn’t even know you had!

STEP 1: Map Your Brain

Just like assessing your skills at riding a bike.

It’s likely that before you hop on a bike for the first time, you understand the basic concept. But your brain doesn’t know how to do it yet. You have to saddle up and give it a try. You have to face the challenges and get an idea of where you need to place your focus in order to master the skill.

Similarly, during the initial brain mapping process, we get a feel for the areas of your brain that require improvement. During this extensive session, we will carefully and comfortably capture the electrical signals within your brain. We will edit these recordings by removing any ‘artifacts’ caused by muscle tension or movement such as eye blinks, and submit the recordings for analysis and interpretation. This gives us a clear picture of your individual brain function as it relates to your symptoms.

We will evaluate each brain area including your executive system in the frontal lobes involved in decision-making, impulse control, and judgment. We evaluate the presence of neuro markers for attention, memory, planning, language ability, self-focus, spatial processing, and attachment.

In short, our brain mapping process gives us the information we need in order to create the best recommendations unique to you, and only you.

family taking a bike ride through park

STEP 2: Train Your Brain

Training your brain is like learning to ride a bike.

Riding a bike is a learned activity that boosts self-confidence, personal power, can ease feelings of stress, depression, or anxiety, and builds muscle. Much like learning to ride a bike, neurofeedback is a simple, painless learning technique that involves teaching your brain waves to become more functional and effective.

Neurotherapy works in the preconscious world of brain function, where the habits laid down by years or decades of experiences have programmed you to respond with behaviors you would like to be different. With gentle but persuasive training, your brain can be guided to discover new pathways of response, unreachable by other means.

STEP 2: Train Your Brain

Training your brain is like learning to ride a bike.

Riding a bike is a learned activity that boosts self-confidence, personal power, can ease feelings of stress, depression, or anxiety, and builds muscle. Much like learning to ride a bike, neurofeedback is a simple, painless learning technique that involves teaching your brain waves to become more functional and effective.

Neurotherapy works in the preconscious world of brain function, where the habits laid down by years or decades of experiences have programmed you to respond with behaviors you would like to be different. With gentle but persuasive training, your brain can be guided to discover new pathways of response, unreachable by other means.

STEP 3: Maintain Your Brain

Look, Ma, no hands!

The expression, “just like riding a bike,” is often used to describe something that comes second nature and should be easy to do. It implies that we know everything about an activity and can take off where we left off.

However, if you worked up to riding your bike with no hands 10 years ago, do you think you can hop on today and automatically be as good hands-free as you were then? Probably not. It takes recurring practice. Those muscles need a regular wake-up. That’s why we encourage regular neurofeedback maintenance.

maintain your brain with regular neurofeedback maintenance

SUFFERING IS UNNECESSARY. LET GREY MATTERS HELP.

ANXIETY
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MIGRAINES
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