Healing Young Brains

Now we have a really exciting story to tell you.  It is a story of heartbreak and hope, of people devastated by a multitude of disorders finding happiness and success, a story of brave and dedicated professionals swimming against the tide of conventional wisdom.      In this book, we address the basics of neurofeedback and.. read more →

From the desk of Drs. Vicki and Charles Kelsey

    Neurofeedback helps regulate clusters of symptoms.  From Healing Young Brains.  Robert Hill, Ph.D., Eduardo castro, M.D.      “Early in the development f neurofeeback, several practitioners proposed the idea of global dysregulation.  The idea behind his theory is that if brainwaves are dysregulated, there is a strong likelihood of a cluster of symptoms rather than.. read more →

The Neurofeedback Solution (from Healing Young Brains by Eduardo Castro, M.D. and Robert Hill, Ph.D.)

   This book is about rescuing children from pervasive and devastating disorders that affect millions of young people.  Problems like autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and even depression can have lifetime consequences.  The simple truth is that when we rescue the child, we save the adult.  We have seen countless adults who have bemoaned the fact that.. read more →

Exercise with Oxygen Therapy

From the Desks of Drs. Kelsey:  EWOT Exercise with Oxygen Therapy:  One of many therapies we can use to optimize your health and your life. The Benefits of Oxygen       The three basic nutrients without which planet earth could not exist as a home for living things are light, water, and oxygen.  Everybody knows that.. read more →

Pediatrics Neurofeedback with ADHD

From the desk of Dr. Vicki Kelsey, In November 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics approved biofeedback and Neurofeedback as a Level 1 or “best support” treatment option for children suffering from ADHD. Pediatrics. 2014 Mar:  133(3):483-92. doi:10. 1542/peds.2013-2059. Epub 2014 Feb 17 In-school neurofeedback training for ADHD:  sustained improvements from a randomized control trial.:.. read more →

Neurofeedback and Substance Use Disorder

A recent article suggests the possibility that neurofeedback (NFB) can be useful in the treatment of those experiencing substance use disorders (SUD). In this article, I articulate these possibilities further. From the referenced article, I have extracted the following quote attributed to Dr. Othmer. Dr. Sigfried Othmer is director of the EEG Institute and is.. read more →

Neurofeedback To Improve Athletic Performance

During the last decade the use of Neurofeedback techniques to achieve a better athletic performance has been a booming subject. More and more athletes use mental training each day as a means of achieving the ultimate competitive edge. One of the most well-known examples is the Italian football team that won the 2004 World Cup.. read more →

Neurofeedback for Depression

Compelling research evidence exists that there is often a neurophysiological basis for depression, particularly in people with a family history of depression. Neuroscientists have discovered a particular brainwave pattern that allows us to identify individuals with a biological predisposition for developing depression. This biological marker appears to be very robust (Davidson, 1998a, b), having been.. read more →

Neurofeedback Helps Cellist Improve

“Practice makes perfect,” the saying goes. Optimal performance, however, can require more than talent, effort, and repetition. Training the brain to reduce stress through neurofeedback can remove barriers and enhance one’s innate abilities. An article in the journal Biofeedback presents the narrative of a young cellist who was able to realize the potential of his talent and eliminate debilitating.. read more →

What IS Neurofeedback?

What exactly is Neurofeedback and see how it can help children with ADHD type symptoms read more →