Neurofeedback targets and treats symptoms of many clinical disorders, then, in most cases, alleviates those symptoms. It trains brainwaves to become more efficient and ultimately, normalized. It is not invasive and no medication is needed. Research has shown that many conditions, including ADHD, learning disabilities, anxiety, brain injury, attention, concentration, sleep disorders, addiction and depression have been favorably influenced by neurofeedback. For those who have tried cognitive therapy, behavioral therapy or medication without success, neurofeedback may be a helpful part of the therapeutic process.
Lea utilizes the latest software programs, Neuroguide’s 19 channel Z score and LORETA Z score training along with Deymed Truscan 32 acquisition equipment.