Phobia and Neurofeedback

Anxiety manifests in a variety of different disorders, including phobia, defined as unreasonable yet overwhelming fear of something. Typically, the trigger for someone who experiences phobia should pose very little or no threat to a person. However, phobia causes serious physical and emotional reactions of distress. Naturally, some fears are not uncommon in a person’s […]

5 Methods of Overcoming Social Phobia

For those living with social phobia, feeling extremely self-conscious in social situations occurs in almost any social interaction, leaving the person feeling uncomfortable and more likely to avoid any social situation at all costs. This behavior may seem like shyness to others, however these experiences actually induce feelings of panic for the sufferer. Social anxiety […]

6 Types of Anxiety Disorders and Neurofeedback

Feelings of anxiety are considered normal in life, particularly if a person is facing a stressful or challenging situation. After all, the brain is wired to use anxiety to communicate feelings of fear. However, when anxiety begins to consume a person’s daily life and functioning, creating constant feelings of worry and being overwhelmed, an anxiety […]

What Professionals Are Saying about Neurofeedback and Advanced Neurotherapy

“The American Academy of Pediatrics supports Biofeedback rating efficacy at ‘Level 1, Best Support’” September 2010 American Academy of Pediatrics analysis of Evidenced-Based Child and Adolescent Interventions “Dr. Ross and the staff of Advanced Neurotherapy possess a combination of skills and competence unusual in the field of Neurotherapy.  Their highly evolved technical and clinical skills […]