What is Neurofeedback ?



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Real People, Real Stories, Real Success. Conversations with clinicians who have found success adding neurofeedback to their clinical Practices.

Video from the Naval Center Combat and Operational Stress Control Conference (NCCOSC) held in April 2011 in San Diego, CA. Part of a presentation by psychologists at Camp Pendleton on the positive effects of neurofeedback on active duty military members.

"I am a loser, I wonder why I hear spiders in my brain, I want to be smart, I feel dumb, I touch my empty head, I worry I’ll be poor, I cry when I lose, I am a Loser."

The above poem may seem like a reflective retrospective of an adult, but in reality, it was written by Chase, a 10-year-old boy suffering from anxiety. Chase was having difficulty with his academics at school and his lack of self-confidence was causing him to act out in defiant ways. As a result, his mother sought out neurofeedback training. “Spiders in My Brain” was filmed, produced and directed by West Hartford native Paul Franklin, a sophomore in the Film and Television program at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.