Neurofeedback is a non-invasive computer feedback-based treatment that iinvolves your brain learning self-regulation to work more effectively. It is often referred to as brain training.

It is generally a short-term treatment, lasting approximately 12-30 sessions that occur 2 times a week, each lasting about 55 minutes. A typical neurofeedback session involves sitting comfortably in a chair with electrode sensors on your scalp that are reading your brainwaves. The software will produce images and sounds as moment-to-moment feedback allowing you to gain more awareness and control over your physiological functioning. Dr Black combines integrative psychotherapy (see ‘Services’ section) with neurofeedback to help strengthen the mind-body connection and solidify change.

Dr. Lisa Black offers Neurofeedback at Santa Cruz Integrative Medicine.

For more detailed information about this modality please see Dr. Black’s website