We think about our thoughts when we should be thinking about how we think.

Being ignorant is not so much a shame, as being unwilling to learn.”
— Benjamin Franklin

Brain training organizes the central and peripheral nervous systems to be more resilient, flexible, and responsive and, at the same time, less reactive and less hyper-vigilant. This training can be done without any cognitive, emotional, or behavioral feedback, but purely by means of modulating brainwaves of different frequencies at different locations in the brain…

Most clients are not prepared for brain training because most practitioners do not offer or understand it. Despite the dramatic and unique results, neurofeedback remains a poorly understood and narrowly available modality. It will remain under appreciated until practitioners and clients understand that a large part of mental health depends on how our minds work, rather than what our minds think.


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