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Neurofeedback for Depression

Neurofeedback can offer significant and lasting improvements

From B.L.

"I had been depressed and hopping from job to job for years. I lacked motivation and interest enough to perform well. Now I have myself back!"

Further scientific reading:

Research over the last 25 years has shown that depression is associated with an activation difference between the brain hemispheres. Medication is often only mildly helpful while neurofeedback is significantly effective in modifying brain activation. Neurofeedback for depression produces significant and lasting drug free improvements in clinical symptoms of depression.