When wishing and hoping for change in one’s mental state is not enough, and when it seems that medication has only partially helped or completely failed we need to consider approaching the brain from a different angle. Neurofeedback offers the brain the opportunity to learn how to self regulate. This allows for more emotional stability, improved mood, sleep, motivation, and concentration.
People’s internal experiences and mental states are often directly reflected in the quality of their relationships with themselves. Quiet suffering is painful and can prevent meaningful connections with others. Creating safe, ‘clutter-free’, and even nurturing mental space allows for a new life experience. Happiness is about how we perceive and relate to the world around us. No longer hijacked by emotions, neurofeedback helps to shift negative self talk leaving us with a sense of mental freedom and relief.