Benefits of Neurotherapy with PTSD
We have had much success with PTSD clients. Indeed, neurofeedback and neurotherapy are being used in some branches of the US military services because of their effectiveness off the battlefield.
Even in severe cases of PTSD, clients see improved quality of life after training with neurofeedback and neurotherapy. The rumination, the anger, the fight/flight reflex, the depression, the anxiety, all slowly reduce when neurotherapeutic protocols are implemented.
According to research, PTSD is a brain-based disorder. The brain learns patterned ways of behaving and reacting that are appropriate for the battlefield, but grossly inappropriate for accepting and living a typical, modern lifestyle.
As training carries on, sleep improves, ruminations slow, and the PTSD symptoms begin to lift. The training is permanent and occasional tune ups are always welcome at the clinic, though rarely needed.