Mental Health and New Year’s Resolutions

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Why not make Mental Health a part of your New Year’s Resolution? Mental health and physical health are equally important in providing the balance that we need. Addressing your mental health needs is just as important as making sure you are taking care of your body through healthy exercise. So why not make an effort to be […]

March is Brain Awareness Month

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March is a month that brings awareness to those with brain injury. Traumatic Brain Injury – TBI is currently a hot topic as a result of heightened awareness of the effects of repeated brain injury. Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy – CTE and TBI have been highlighted by the media and in the movie Concussion. CTE is […]

Enjoying Quiet Moments

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Many of us find ourselves feeling rushed with the constant demands that seem impossible to fulfill. Many times it seems difficult to be able to find those quiet moments in which our mind can rest. I often find myself observing my dog in the mornings when I take her out. Dogs are so driven by […]

Mental Health Awareness

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Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week. I really like the theme that was chosen this year “I am Stigma Free.” Often times I hear people express wanting to be understood by others, with worrying about how others may perceive their symptoms or diagnosis. They do not want to be seen as just being someone […]

Neurofeedback Changes Lives

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I had the chance to go to a neurofeedback conference a couple of weeks ago and saw many presentations that inspired me. I got into the field of neurofeedback as a result of wanting to help people feel better. I often find that as people feel better, they are able to engage in psychotherapy in a different way that […]

Neuropsychology found me!


As a child, I remember enjoying taking electronic toys apart and putting them back together. I was so curious as to what was underneath the plastic covers and how things worked. When I was in graduate school, my focus was to help those who had struggled with trauma. However, during my coursework, I became interested […]

The Why Behind Neuro Hope


It’s no secret that we are living in challenging times. In our unpredictable world, we are faced with struggles and uncertainty, as well as stressful and traumatic events almost every day. While we do everything in our power to control the forces of change, there are still several things we do not possess control over. […]

Use of Neurofeedback for the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a highly debilitating condition that can significantly impact an individual’s wellbeing, productivity at work, professional and personal relationships, and quality of life in general [1, 2]. PTSD can be diagnosed after specific symptoms are exhibited for more than 6 months following the exposure to one or more emotionally challenging events […]

Neurofeedback Training as a Treatment for Epilepsy: Proof of Evidence

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Neurofeedback training has been used to treat human epilepsy since the early 1970s [1]. Research studies show that neurofeedback can be used to train the brain to reduce electrical activity linked to the generation of seizures while stimulating activity that instead is more likely to make seizures less frequent. Recent advances in quantitative electroencephalogram (Q-EEG) and in neurofeedback protocol […]