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  • Writer's pictureConnie Hurst

A typical neurofeedback session in Huntington Beach

If you’re wondering how a typical session would look in more detail, here is a description:

During a neurofeedback session, the client sits in a comfortable chair and either watches a movie or plays a videogame. The screen provides visual and auditory feedback to the client (screen changes in size and clarity dependent on client's brain activity). There are four "read only" sensors on the client's scalp that measure brainwave activity. There is no electrical stimulation in neurofeedback training. The sensors are connected to a computer, which displays the individual's brain activity in real-time. The clinician adjusts the exercise thresholds to customize the training for each client. The goal is for the client to feel calm and alert, and reach their specific goals. There is no wrong way for the client to do the training (as long as their eyes are on the screen). I have done neurofeedback training with clients as young as 3 and as old as 85.

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