Mental Health Matters
Forensic Edition
May 2018
Published by:  Lepage Associates
Psychological & Psychiatric Services
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 Can Neurofeedback Help My Client?

In short, probably yes. Neurofeedback is designed to help individuals of all ages tackle cognitive, emotional, and physical obstacles such as depression, anxiety, stress/burnout, eating disorders, addictions, bipolar disorder, PTSD, sleep disorders, migraines, concussions, strokes, chronic pain, autism, brain injuries and brain aging issues. Because neurofeedback enhances overall brain functioning, athletes and successful CEOs also utilize it for athletic or cognitive enhancement. And this is all backed up by science. Neurofeedback is approved by the FDA as effective for stress reduction, and meets the American Psychological Association's top clinical efficacy level (Level 5 - Efficacious & Specific) for addressing mental health concerns. Additionally, since 2012 the American Academy of Pediatrics has considered neurofeedback a Level 1 Best Support intervention for ADD/ADHD in children and adolescents. In other words, they advise providers to recommend neurofeedback as a primary option for ADD and ADHD. Due to the plethora of research supporting neurofeedback, it is now deemed to be equally effective in the treatment of ADD/ADHD as traditional medication. This proves to be particularly hopeful for individuals who may not be seeing results from standard medications, don't like the side-effects, or are worried about long-term use.
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