Why does neurotherapy work?


The brain is amazingly adaptable, and capable of learning. It can also learn to improve its own performance when given the proper cues. Using the data obtained from the brain mapping (QEEG) as well his information from the client regarding symptoms, the neurotherapist is able to guide the individual’s brain into making adjustments that will improve efficiency and functioning. The neurotherapist challenges the client’s brain to obtain and maintain optimal performance. Gradually, the brain learns and begins to retain this new level of functioning.

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