“My skin was crawling. I was sick to my stomach all the time and my whole body felt like it was shocking me.”
That’s how “Aaron*” described the debilitating and tortuous months when he was so engulfed by the flames of sudden-onset anxiety that he couldn’t sleep, stopped eating, and shut out everything and everyone he cared about.
“Christine” and her husband were at their wit’s end with their 17-year old son “Alex”.
Despite having a high I.Q. he was failing in school. He couldn’t make friends. He was uncooperative at home and would explode in anger without provocation. His room was a mess. He was addicted to video games. He argued violently with his parents whenever they asked him to do something.
On almost any given day you can watch Sandra Waldron joyfully sweeping her grandkids into her arms, bargain-hunting with her daughter at the mall, checking out specials in the grocery store or preparing elaborate meals and baked goods for her friends and family.
In fact, to see her today you’d never suspect that for most of her adult life she endured physical agony so extreme that she couldn’t do any of those ordinary activities.
“Nora”* wasn’t much fun to be around for her husband and children. A high-powered personal injury attorney, she never stopped thinking about work, even on the weekends when she should have been relaxing and enjoying her family.
“I was worrying all the time and couldn’t get calm enough to be present for my family,” she said.
Willow Rossi went into occupational therapy because she wanted to help children. Ironically, pursuing her passion thrust her into a nightmarish decade where no matter what she did, she wasn’t able to help herself.
Her life ravaged by fatigue and chronic pain, Willow finally experienced relief – and the chance for a more normal life – after finding her way to the Center for Brain Training.
For 30 years Helen Kaufman lived in fear of migraine headaches and their potential to strike at any time…but not anymore. Ask Helen how often she worries about getting a migraine headache and she’ll tell you: hardly ever.
After undergoing neurofeedback training at the Center for Brain Training, she’s nearly migraine-free.
Zachary Mitchell, M.A. received conventional Christ-centered education in psychotherapy and went into conventional Christ-centered holistic psychotherapy in 2007. Not satisfied with just the status quo, however, he soon began researching alternative therapies. His goal: to raise his competence and effectiveness levels for even better results with his clients.
When he heard about neurofeedback and how it frequently enhances the benefits of psychotherapy,
“When we headed home after training with Mike Cohen we were on fire!”
That’s how Ann Webster, R.N. described her feelings the day she and her colleague Dorothy Denigris, R.N. hopped on a plane at Palm Beach International Airport and headed back home to Connecticut. They had spent the previous day training intensively one-on-one with Mike in anticipation of adding neurofeedback to the unique addiction recovery program in which they play key roles.