Other conditions

The efficacy of neurofeedback has been well established in several conditions, such as ADHD, epilepsy, and sleep disorders. In clinical practice, it has also been shown to be effective in treating burnout, stress, autism, and depression. Additionally, there is evidence of its usefulness in treating disorders with a psychological and neurological overlap with ADHD, including Gilles de la Tourette and OCD, as documented in trade journals. The application of neurofeedback continues to be researched and expanded to potentially help a wide range of mental and physical health complaints.

List of neurofeedback applications

Learning Disorders
Gilles de la Tourette
Trauma (psychological)
Baheviour problems

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Perfect method

Jeremy informed his teacher that all the teachers at his school have noticed a positive improvement in his performance and behavior. He is motivated, full of energy, and happily shares how much he enjoys school, both in class and at home.


The debilitating symptoms of my focus issues have significantly decreased. I highly recommend neurofeedback to anyone struggling with focus issues. I started my sessions in July and completed around 20 sessions until September, after which I gradually reduced them. The results have been truly transformative.


With neurofeedback, I now sleep deeply, and waking up is a breeze. After several sessions, I even stopped taking my medication. I’ve noticed a significant increase in my energy levels and my ability to tackle daily tasks with ease.

What is often trained with neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback training is tailored to the specific needs and symptoms of each individual, as well as their brain measurement. As a therapist, I strive to align the therapy with the brain patterns as closely as possible, though this can never be a precise science. Based on my experience, I am able to determine the most effective neurofeedback training approach relatively quickly.

Are the effects lasting?

Research demonstrates that the effects of neurofeedback in treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are long-lasting. Our experience supports this finding, and suggests that similar lasting effects can also be achieved in treating other conditions.

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