What happens during LORETA Neurofeedback training?


The client wears an EEG cap that contains 19+ electrodes. Electrodes measure brain wave (EEG) activity. Live (instantaneous/real-time) Z score EEG data is sent to the computer and fed back to the client while viewing a movie or playing a video game. When training while viewing a movie, the clarity and visibility of the screen will change as the client’s EEG activity and Z scores change. When the client is within set parameters the screen will appear clear, when the client deviates from the set parameters the screen resolution will decrease and fade in and out. The brain intrinsically wants to increase the clarity and visibility of the screen. Throughout the session, the brain is gently guided toward a more regulated state.

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