Individualized neurofeedback training has been used to help with symptoms & other difficulties associated with many common mental conditions. The individualized nature of neurofeedback training allows personalized programs that are designed to help personal needs–not generalized ones.

Individual training programs created by licensed doctors are the most important part of completing a successful neurofeedback training experience. General or ‘one size fits all’ programs are not tailored to individual needs and, especially when not overseen by a doctor, are generally not effective.

Let’s take a look at some of the most common conditions professional neurofeedback training can help with.


Neurofeedback is often used as a non-pharmacological intervention for ADHD. Training protocols targeting specific brainwave frequencies associated with attention and focus, such as theta/beta ratio or sensorimotor rhythm (SMR), may help improve attention, impulse control, and behavioral regulation in individuals with ADHD.


Neurofeedback training can be beneficial for individuals experiencing various anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and phobias. Training protocols aimed at reducing hyperarousal and promoting relaxation, such as increasing alpha activity, may help alleviate symptoms of anxiety and improve overall emotional regulation.


Neurofeedback has shown promise as an adjunctive treatment for depression. Training protocols targeting frontal alpha asymmetry or increasing left frontal activity may help regulate mood and alleviate symptoms of depression. Neurofeedback may also enhance emotional resilience and promote positive affect in individuals with depression.


Neurofeedback training can be used to address symptoms of PTSD, such as hypervigilance, flashbacks, and emotional dysregulation. Training protocols aimed at modulating arousal levels and enhancing executive function may help individuals with PTSD manage their symptoms and improve overall functioning.

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Neurofeedback may be beneficial for individuals recovering from traumatic brain injury by promoting neuroplasticity and facilitating cognitive rehabilitation. Training protocols targeting cognitive functions such as attention, memory, and executive function may help improve cognitive deficits and enhance recovery following TBI.

Sleep Disorders

Neurofeedback training can be used to address sleep disturbances and insomnia by promoting relaxation and regulating sleep-related brainwave patterns. Training protocols targeting alpha and theta activity may help improve sleep quality, increase sleep efficiency, and reduce nighttime awakenings.

Enhancing Peak Performance

Neurofeedback is sometimes used to optimize cognitive performance and enhance peak performance in athletes, musicians, students, and professionals. Training protocols aimed at improving attention, focus, and mental clarity may help individuals achieve optimal performance in their respective domains.

Neurofeedback Training at NHA

Here at Neurohealth Associates, we specialize in Neurofeedback training. Neurofeedback may be helpful for training your mind, especially if you are unsure about putting yourself or your child on medication. This easy, noninvasive training can painlessly improve your mental health condition and outlook on life. Schedule a consultation with NeuroHealth Associates today and find out how we can help you.

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