Debbie Scofield, MS,
Live Happy Counseling
6730 S Fort Apache Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89148
What is the Difference Between Neurofeedback and Biofeedback?
Neurofeedback therapy is a specialized form of biofeedback. It is EEG biofeedback or advanced biofeedback for the brain. Neurofeedback trains you to change the EEG thereby changing the brain and how the neurons are firing.
Who Is Using Neurofeedback?
Currently, NASA, the Air Force, Universities, Olympic Athletes, Schools, Army (West Point), Business Executives, Musicians, Golfers, TV Stars, Champion Tennis Players, Opera Singers, College Students, World Cup Soccer Players, and an Olympic Gold Skier, to name a few. A recent addition to this list of users is the US Army. The Army has selected Neurofeedback training for use at its Wounded Warrior Facility in Fort Campbell.
What Do the Experts Say
"In my experience with EEG biofeedback and ADD, many people are able to improve their reading skills and decrease their need for medication. Also, EEg biofeedback has helped to decrease impulsivity and aggressiveness. It is a powerful tool, in part because the patient becomes part of the treatment process by taking more control over his own physiological process."
-Daniel Amen, M.D. Change Your Brain Change Your Life
"Neurofeedback is on the cutting edge of the mind-body revolutions. I believe it is one of the treatments that will keep us moving toward an era of new approaches of naturally managing 0ur health."
-Candice B. Pert, Ph.D., former chief of Brain Biochemistry at the National Institute of Mental Health
Debbie Scofield, MS, LMFT
Counseling and Psychotherapy for Individuals, Couples & Families
Neurofeedback in Las Vegas
Counseling and Psychotherapy
Counselor Las Vegas
Why Haven't I Heard About Neurofeedback Before?
Many medical professionals have not been educated about this unique modality and some confuse it with basic, older biofeedback. Therefore, many are not familiar with it and are not prescribing it. However, an estimated 2500 - 3500 professionals now use neurofeedback therapy including marriage and family therapists, licensed social workers, psychologists, and registered nurses.