Neurotherapy is an evidence-based, well-researched, painless brain training technique that is helpful for many conditions in which the brain is not working optimally. It enhances brain function by activating new patterns of nerve firing (neurostimulation) and strengthening them through training (neurofeedback) to develop new patterns of firing. Because it involves learning,  it takes some time, but once the brain has learned a new way of firing, the effects last. It is much like physiotherapy for an injured shoulder. Initially you may not be able to move the joint very well on your own so the therapist takes you through the range of motion gradually stretching and releasing any limitations. Once it’s possible for you to move your arm in the desired directions, then you start actively exercising those muscles to develop strength and ease. Once your shoulder can move well on its own and it has gained adequate strength its use becomes part of the normal functioning of your body. In a similar way, the process of neurotherapy helps your brain regulate itself so that it can function better.

It is effective for many brain-based problems such as:

  • brain injuries (from stroke or physical trauma)

  • post concussion symptoms

  • depression and anxiety

  • addictions

  • learning difficulties

  • sleep disturbances

  • emotional trauma and PTSD

  • peak performance and meditation enhancement


Additional benefits that many who train have reported:

  • Quicker thinking capacity and enhanced clarity

  • Improved focus, concentration, memory and learning

  • Enhanced ability to regulate emotions and behaviour

  • Enhanced resilience to stress

  • Enhanced sports or music performance

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