Your browser restricts this webpage from running JavaScript. For a better browsing experience Allow blocked content on this webpage.

Our Approach

We offer a variety of research-proven neurofeedback training programs. Our experts work one-on-one with each client and develop objective-specific personalized training programs.

Our Experts

Our team is composed of highly qualified professionals in the field of Neuroscience with extensive experience in psychology and functional brain research, gained in world renowned centers of excellence in UK, Germany and Japan.

Neurofeedback is a scientfically proven discipline that helps with:

Demands of everyday life:

  • Peak performance

  • Learning

  • Attention / Cognitive ability

  • Aging

  • Self-esteem

  • Relaxation (stress relief)

  • Overall social behavior


  • Mood disorders (e.g depression)

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Chronic pain

  • Headaches and Migraines

  • Dementia

  • Learning disabilities

  • Cognitive impairment

  • Linguistic impairment

  • Language development

  • Stroke

  • Traumatic head injury

  • ADD / ADHD

  • Autism spectrum

  • Sleep disorder

  • PTSD

For a comprehensive list of Therapeutic Applications of Neurofeedback, with all the relevant research and case reports see here.

Comprehensive Neurofeedback-related scientific bibliography  can be found here (EEG Info) and here (ISNR).

What is Neurofeedback - Videos

Contact us

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback, also called brainwave or EEG biofeedback, is a learning process that enables you to alter and control your brainwaves. Through training in self-regulation, it can help your brain improve performance and avoid harmful ways.

Neurofeedback is a painless and non-invasive procedure.

Neurofeedback is used to enhance overall brain function through targeted changes in arousal levels, attentional processes, mood and overall functional regulation.

Neurofeedback training allows the brain to explore its own neural pathways thoroughly, just as physical exercise allows the body to explore its own muscle synergies. This exploration reveals new equilibrium states that improve performance or open an escape route from earlier states that trapped a person in harmful and often unpleasant mental and/or physical conditions.

Definition of Neurofeedback from International Society for Neurofeedback and Research »