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Neurofeedback 201 Course Opened Psychologist’s Eyes to What She Didn’t Know

A registered psychologist for 34 years in Johannesburg, South Africa, Inette Taylor found herself the one in need when she was diagnosed in 2009 with multiple sclerosis.

“I had concerns about what pharmacology might do to my brain,” she said. “I was particularly interested in and passionate about finding out how training my central nervous system could optimize my life and my mobility.”

“Sold completely” on neurofeedback

After hearing about neurofeedback,

Struggling Eighth Grader Matures, Makes Honor Roll in Five Months

“Anika” was exhausted. Every night she spent two hours sitting at a table with her son, 14-year-old “Sai,” reading and explaining his homework assignments to him.

Clean clothes piled up, unfolded, on the laundry room table. Dirty dishes from dinner sat in the sink unwashed. (She just had to stop looking). And by the time Anika made it to the gym,

Every Day a Joy for Man Freed from Crippling Anxiety

“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.

After Decades of Disability from a Train Wreck, Woman Finally Living a Normal Life

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.

How Neurofeedback and Body Biofeedback Gave Attorney the Biggest “Pain and Suffering” Victory of her Life

“I tell everyone about neurofeedback. There are so many people who are hurting who have nowhere to turn. I want them to know about it because it really works. It helped me relax, stop having panic attacks, change my life and become a happier person.”

Nora, a high-powered personal injury attorney, never stopped thinking and worrying about work,

Tick Bite, Fibromyalgia and Lyme Disease: How Neurofeedback Helped One Woman Regain Her Life

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.

Texas Therapist Says Neurofeedback “Makes More Sense” After Taking Neurofeedback 201 Course

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,

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