Neurofeedback for Behavioral Difficulties
Neurofeedback can help with common behavioral issues
Poor self regulation is central to behavioral difficulties. Neurofeedback for behavioral difficulties works through computer brain interface to directly modulate the electrical activity that controls arousal and self regulation of emotion and behavior. If a child can enjoy a computer game or video, then they are a good candidate for this therapy. Neurofeedback can aid in changing mirror neuron functioning and activate the neural networks of attachment and social prosody.