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Neurofeedback

 What is Neurofeedback?

therapist sitting in front of a computer screen with data

Neurofeedback, also known as neurotherapy or EEG Biofeedback, is a form of complementary medicine that can help treat a wide range of issues such as anxiety, depression, attention deficits, headaches, and behavior and sleep disorders. In addition, it can help regulate body functions such as the pulmonary, cardiac, gastrointestinal, endocrine, urinary, reproductive, and immunological systems. It can also improve the quality of life for those who would like to optimize their performance whether physiological or psychological.

young girl with therapist sitting in front of computer

How Does it Work?

It works by promoting self-regulation in the central nervous system (CNS) to enhance physical and emotional calmness, organization, attention, creativity, and motivation. Thus, one can attain higher achievement in school, work, sports, artistic endeavors, and musical performance.  We apply electrodes to the scalp to “listen” to brainwave activity, during which a specifically designed computer system extracts information about key brainwave frequencies. Some frequencies we wish to promote while others we wish to diminish.

Pearl Zurich, PsyD - Therapist  in McLean, VA The system reflects this information to the person via a video game or movie. As the person 
plays or watches, the brainwave activity becomes "shaped" toward more desirable,
more regulat
ed performance. The targeted frequencies and specific locations on the scalp correlate to the conditions addressed.

Neur
ofeedback can be analogous to a ballet dancer practicing in front of a mirror – the more she practices by watching the reflection of her movements, the better she can perform.

How do I learn more? To obtain more information or schedule your first appointment, please visit www.EEGInfo.com or contact me at (703) 400-0654 or drpearlzurich@gmail.com. You can also schedule a complimentary phone or in-person informational session by clicking on the button under "New Client".

 

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