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WHAT HAPPENS IN A NEUROFEEDBACK SESSION

Sensors are placed on the client’s head with paste to hold them in position and to conduct the electrical signal.
One or two of these are also placed on the earlobe. These sensors measure the electrical activity coming
from the brain at the specific sites being monitored.

This information is fed into a computer for analysis and is converted into game-like displays on the screen.
The better the performance, the more stimulating the feedback. The client is constantly given
information regarding the state of their brain with auditory and visual signals. After practicing
during sessions, the peak performance changes are usually long-lasting.
EFFICACY… HOW EFFECTIVE IS NEUROFEEDBACK

Neurofeedback efficacy is graded on a 1-5 scale. Where a rating of 1 is not empirically supported it consists primarily of case studies or anecdotal reports. A rating of 5 indicates that the therapy has been found
to be superior.
Neurofeedback has been proven effective (level 4) for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
(ADHD) and anxiety disorders.
Correcting the excessive theta activity and deficits of beta seen in the central and frontal
areas of the brain in ADHD, contributes to improvement in perfusion in areas of
impaired or sluggish brain function.
IS NEUROFEEDBACK FOR YOU

With neurofeedback you can improve your functionality in your own life, daily, with better planning,
reasoning and decision making. The goal of neurofeedback is to train the brain to move from one
brain state to another to accommodate each new task, therefore improving
academic performance, mood, behaviour, and thought processing.
 
Neurofeedback is an effective option for people with difficulties such as concentration,
hyperactivity, depression, anxiety and sleep disorders.
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IS NEUROFEEDBACK FOR YOU

With neurofeedback you can improve your functionality in your own life, daily, with better planning, reasoning and decision making.

The goal of neurofeedback is to train the brain to move from one brain state to another to accommodate each new task, therefore improving academic performance,
mood, behaviour, and
thought processing.
 
Neurofeedback is an effective option for people with difficulties such as concentration,
hyperactivity, depression, anxiety
and sleep disorders.
EFFICACY… HOW EFFECTIVE IS NEUROFEEDBACK

Neurofeedback efficacy is graded on a 1-5 scale. Where a rating of 1 is not empirically supported it consists primarily of case studies or anecdotal reports. A rating of 5 indicates that the therapy has been found
to be superior.

Neurofeedback has been proven effective (level 4) for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and anxiety disorders.
Correcting the excessive theta activity
and deficits of beta seen in the central
and frontal areas of the brain in ADHD, contributes to improvement in perfusion
in areas of impaired or sluggish
brain function.
EFFICACY… HOW EFFECTIVE IS NEUROFEEDBACK

Neurofeedback efficacy is graded on a 1-5 scale. Where a rating of 1 is not empirically supported it consists primarily of case studies or anecdotal reports. A rating of 5 indicates that the therapy has been found to be superior.
Neurofeedback has been proven effective (level 4) for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and anxiety disorders.
Correcting the excessive theta activity and deficits of beta seen in the central and frontal areas of the brain in ADHD, contributes to improvement in perfusion in areas of impaired or sluggish brain function.
IS NEUROFEEDBACK FOR YOU

With neurofeedback you can improve your functionality in your own life, daily, with better planning, reasoning and decision making. The goal of neurofeedback is to train the brain to move from one brain state to another to accommodate each new task,
therefore improving academic performance, mood, behaviour, and thought processing. 
Neurofeedback is an effective option for people with difficulties such as concentration,
hyperactivity, depression, anxiety and sleep disorders.
EFFICACY… HOW EFFECTIVE IS NEUROFEEDBACK

Neurofeedback efficacy is graded on a 1-5 scale. Where a rating of 1 is not empirically supported it consists primarily of case studies or anecdotal reports. A rating of 5 indicates that the therapy has been found
to be superior.
Neurofeedback has been proven effective (level 4) for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
(ADHD) and anxiety disorders.
Correcting the excessive theta activity and deficits of beta seen in the central and frontal
areas of the brain in ADHD, contributes to improvement in perfusion in areas of
impaired or sluggish brain function.
INFORMATION ON NEUROFEEDBACK
WHAT HAPPENS IN A
NEUROFEEDBACK SESSION

Sensors are placed on the client’s head with paste to hold them in position and to
conduct the electrical signal.

One or two of these are also placed on the earlobe. These sensors measure the
electrical activity coming from the
brain at the specific sites
being monitored.

This information is fed into a computer for analysis and is converted into game-like displays on the screen.

The better the performance, the more stimulating the feedback. The client
is constantly given information
regarding the state of their
brain with auditory and
visual signals.

After practicing during sessions, the peak performance changes are usually
long-lasting.
TRAIN YOUR BRAIN
Neurofeedback: METHODS and MODALITIES
NEURAL PLASTICITY

Neurofeedback contributes to neural plasticity by addressing excesses and deficits, in particular frequency bands, that are corrected using inhibition or augmentation training.

The aim is to improve self-regulation and to
build a resilience prior to known stressors manifesting. Taking control and knowing
that what you are aware of,
you can change.
TRAIN YOUR BRAIN
Neurofeedback: METHODS and MODALITIES
NEURAL PLASTICITY

Neurofeedback contributes to neural plasticity by addressing excesses and deficits, in particular frequency bands, that are corrected using inhibition or augmentation training. The aim is to improve
self-regulation and to build a resilience prior to known stressors manifesting. 
Taking control and knowing that what you are aware of, you can change.
WHAT HAPPENS IN A NEUROFEEDBACK SESSION

Sensors are placed on the client’s head with paste to hold them in position and to conduct the electrical signal.
One or two of these are also placed on the earlobe. These sensors measure the electrical activity coming
from the brain at the specific sites being monitored.

This information is fed into a computer for analysis and is converted into game-like displays on the screen.
The better the performance, the more stimulating the feedback. The client is constantly given
information regarding the state of their brain with auditory and visual signals. After practicing
during sessions, the peak performance changes are usually long-lasting.
NEUROFEEDBACK
BA honours (Psych) Unisa
Registered Counsellor (PRC 0020176)
Internationally Certified Neurofeedback Practitioner (BFSA) (BCIA E6238)
I work solution focused, holistic and goal orientated with my client to obtain the best version of him or herself. Together we discover and create solutions  -  M'Lani Basson
                                                                         
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