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Neurofeedback for Peak Performance

There are many skills and conditions that contribute to peak performance, including focus, attention, practice and knowing the material (for example, a musical score, rules of a game or the science behind a chemical reaction). Remove one of those elements and it’s unlikely peak performance will follow.Neurofeedback can contribute enormously to one’s ability to focus, … Continue reading "Neurofeedback for Peak Performance"
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Surviving an Affair

How could this have happened to youSurviving an affair is not something that is comfortable, familiar, or second nature. Overcoming infidelity can feel very much like moving to a foreign land and not being able to speak the language.You have questions that need to be answered, and you want to find peace. You don't want … Continue reading "Surviving an Affair"
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Using Neurofeedback to Treat Addictions

Alcohol and Drug AbuseAddiction ruins relationships, causes job loss and accidents and takes lives. Years of study have shown us that addictions are anchored in the brain. The brain has learned to value the “rewards” of the addictive substance and the feelings it provides. While the urge for alcohol, drugs or tobacco may feel powerfully … Continue reading "Using Neurofeedback to Treat Addictions"
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Feeding Our Anger

Anger is like fire: it cannot survive without fuel. Like fire, unchecked anger can grow out of control and cause enormous damage and pain. But also like fire, anger can be recognized, controlled and managed in our lives. The fuel that keeps anger burning can come from many sources – from problems at work or … Continue reading "Feeding Our Anger"
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Neurofeedback and Perfectionism

Whether it is the anxiety-induced need to get everything “just right” or a truly obsessive behavior, perfectionism consumes tremendous quantities of attention and time for the individual who seeks it. In our imperfect world, perfectionists may find constructive applications or expressions for their need or they may be driven to extremes that disrupt their relationships, … Continue reading "Neurofeedback and Perfectionism"
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