Neurofeedback, for whom?

For athletes, children, adolescents, students, adults


NEUROFEEDBACK is a painless and non-invasive method based on the principle of neuroplasticity. The function of neurofeedback is to help the brain to reorganize itself. Using sensors placed on the skull, a computer analyzes the electrical activity of the brain and sends back information about its own functioning.

It is this feedback that the term “feedback” refers to. It is the repetition of this “feedback” that generates a positive change over the course of a few sessions. It is sustainable through a sufficient number of sessions to consolidate what has been learned: this is called REINFORCEMENT.


For sportsmen and women

Stress management, improved performance, concentration, mitigation of physical pain. Many athletes swear by neurofeedback and say it improves their performance.
Among them, tennis champion Mary Pierce and Olympic gold medal skier Hermann Maier, not to mention the various players on the Italian football team that won the 2006 World Cup, as well as the Canadian hockey team.
The goal of Neurofeedback, which is becoming increasingly popular with professionals and amateurs alike, is to train the brain so that an athlete can stay focused in competition. […] all over the United States, athletes have been quietly training their brains (through Neurofeedback). I asked to the major equipment manufacturer why. “They don’t want their competitors to know they’re doing it,” replied to me Larry Klein, the co-founder of ThoughtTechnology in Montreal. “Because they’d get into it too, and they’d take away their advantage.” D.T. Max, Men’s Vogue Journalist

For children

Not so easy being parents! Our children fascinate us as much as they confuse us. Sometimes excessive reactions, violent behaviours, language disorders… How to deal with their little and big psychological problems. Certain stages of life are difficult to overcome, especially when you are a child and you don’t understand everything that is going on around you.

Neurofeedback can help your children with: learning disorders (dyslexia, dyspraxia…), attention disorders, concentration disorders, impulsivity, aggressiveness, hyperactivity, behavioural disorders, epilepsy, sleep disorders, bruxism, enuresis, nightmares, night terrors and eating disorders.
In addition, all children who need support in their development can benefit from neurofeedback. For the majority of parents, the care of their children with disabilities is insufficient to enable them to make real progress. Neurofeedback will allow the child, whatever his motor or cognitive difficulties are: to improve his skills, to make him more independent and to improve his quality of life.
This method is respectful of the rhythm of the child and the family. In the particular case of autism, you will find below some studies (they are numerous in this field of action) which validate N.F. as an accessory treatment for this pathology. In a study entitled “The effects of alpha/teta Neurofeedback on personnality and mood”, 12 participants with a high social withdrawal score had their extreme personality normalized, and a sense of well-being emerged after Neurofeedback rehabilitation sessions. Nine sessions were sufficient to improve mood, with more energy, more agreeableness, more self-esteem, and more self-confidence (Raymond and al.2005).
In the study “Effects of Biofeedback EEG with Asperger’s syndrome”, the authors hypothesized that Neurofeedback improved perception and decreased anxiety. In 10 adolescents diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, 8 Neurofeedback sessions resulted in a clear improvement in behaviour as assessed by parents and teachers (Scolnick 2005).
In the study entitled “Efficacy of Neurofeedback in the Autistic Spectrum” conducted in 2001, 16 autistic subjects trained with biofeedback showed an 80% improvement in reducing the degree of autism with a 30% improvement in language, 34% in socialization, 29% in sleep and anxiety and 16% in cognitive awakening (Jarusiewicz 2004).

Adolescents and étudiants

Your child is now a fit teenager, eager for independence and autonomy nevertheless, from teenage crisis to eating disorders and school difficulties, neurofeedback helps you to accompany him/her through this important stage.

Neurofeedback supports the student in stress management and helps to solve problems of fatigue and insomnia. It improves, in a few sessions, memory, concentration and organization.

For adults

Work, spouse, child. Everyday life is not easy! How to manage stress or avoid the blues? What are the means to maintain a harmonious life? Feeling in tune with yourself and making the best use of your abilities is essential. Learning to assert oneself for example allows you to better manage your relationships with others. Similarly, developing creativity and intuition can be useful to regain self-confidence. In just a few decades, man’s place in society has been greatly changed. So much so that some people have lost all their points of reference! From complexes to anxiety, stress, depression or sleep disorders, neurofeedback helps you to chase away the unhappiness!

Neurofeedback – an effective alternative for ADHD

Did you know that…
The American Academy of Pediatrics has recognized Neurofeedback as a Level 1 treatment for ADHD, the highest level of effectiveness possible and that the results are permanent!

50% of children with ADHD learning disabilities will keep the condition until adulthood.

The number of Ritalin® prescriptions has increased by more than 3500% in 20 years.

In 2010 in Quebec, more than one million prescriptions for methylphenidate were filled?


For post-traumatic shock

The Department of Veterans Affairs promotes neurofeedback for war veterans and the results are spectacular just because these people do not have to RE-tell their stories


Neurofeedback helped young man in coma from traumatic brain injury


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