What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a cutting-edge treatment that takes advantage of the brain’s ability to heal itself. Whether you are experiencing sleep issues, attention problems, anxiety, depression, or behavioral issues, we are confident that neurofeedback will provide the brain with what it needs for sustainable change.



How does it work?

We place electrodes on the scalp to listen in on brainwave activity. We process the signal using an amplifier that feeds into a computer. Using this method, we are able to extract information about certain key brainwave frequencies. Neurofeedback utilizes positive reinforcement to shape your brainwave activity toward normalization and regulated performance. The frequencies we target and the specific locations on the scalp where we listen in on the brain are specific to the individual and the issues they would like to address.

Focus of TNNFB


These four mental and action-based elements are the foundational components that we focus on when identifying our patients' neurological state.



While medication and behavioral interventions treat the symptoms of ADD or ADHD in children and adults, neurofeedback retrains the brain to regain better control and focus. The brain has a remarkable way of healing itself, and neurofeedback gives the brain what it needs to make those permanent and sustainable changes.


Anxiety & Trauma

Complex trauma, PTSD, and anxiety are common responses to stress on the brain. Sufferers often feel overwhelmed, exhausted, and fatigued. Neurofeedback can help guide the brain to change how it responds to stimuli that disturb our physical or mental equilibrium.


Peak Performance

Concentration, focus, and emotional control are key to achieving optimal performance in all fields. Athletes, creatives, and business executives are taking advantage of neurofeedback technologies to learn how to utilize the full potential of their minds to reach their peak.



Neurofeedback has a powerful ability to positively impact your sleep quality. By working on the areas of the brain that allow and regulate sleep, most people can train their brains to naturally transition from activation to rest. Falling asleep and staying asleep is clearly the job of the brain.