We utilize an advanced neurological technology called a QEEG which produces a brain map that allows us to quantify the power, amount, distribution and ratio of various brain waves.
To conduct the test, we place a comfortable cap on the individual’s head. The cap contains sensors that measure brainwaves of various frequencies. This is an entirely a non-invasive reading of the brain’s activity and frequency patterns.
Sample Brain Map of a 7-Year-Old Female with Severe Inattention
The red indicates excessive brain wave abnormalities in the beta and high beta frequencies. This caused the child to exhibit symptoms of distractibility and fidgeting.
The Quantitative EEG Neurofeedback test shows us how the brain is functioning.
A piece of brain tissue the size of a grain of sand contains 100,000 neurons and 1 billion synapses all communicating with each other
Less than 4 Hz
Dreamless REM sleep
Access the subconscious
Loss of bodily awareness
Feelings of oneness