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Neurofeedback Training is a simple, painless, drugless and non-invasive therapy.

Neurofeedback trains the EEG or brainwaves using operant conditioning. Operant conditioning uses auditory and visual feedback to reward the brainwaves when they change in the desired direction to improve symptoms for many neurological conditions.

The Neurofeedback Center provides brain wave training with Neurofeedback (EEG Biofeedback) for the following conditions:

  • TBI
  • Stroke
  • ADHD
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Autism (ASD)
  • Dementia/Alzheimer's
  • Aspergers
  • Migraines
  • Anxiety
  • OCD
  • Addictions
  • PTSD
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Eating Disorders
  • Epilepsy
  • Depression

Neurofeedback Research

Our Clinical Services

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ADHD
ADHD Individuals with ADHD have problems with attention, focus, concentration, hyperactivity for some, executive functions like planning ahead and often the ability to socialize appropriately. Neurofeedback can produce significant and lasting improvement in these symptoms in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Through Neurofeedback training the electrical activity changes in the optimal direction and so does the brain chemistry.

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Alzheimer's
Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia — a group of brain disorders that cause the loss of intellectual and social skills. In Alzheimer's disease, the brain cells degenerate and die, causing a steady decline in memory and mental function. The neurofeedback method used to train Alzheimer's patients' brains is the same as for any other neurological condition. Positive reinforcement is used to gradually change the way the patient's brain is functioning.

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ASD
Has your child been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? You are not alone. Autism is a condition that effects 1 in 88 children according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control. Neurofeedback training can often lead to the reduction or elimination of drugs for ASD and can help children manage their emotions better creating a calming effect.

 

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TBI
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a complex injury with a broad spectrum of symptoms and disabilities. It occurs when an external force traumatically injures the brain. TBI can cause a host of physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral effects. Neurofeedback is a research proven way to improve your brain function through intensive brain training.

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Epilepsy
With Neurofeedback, specific symptoms of Epilepsy can be targeted. Since abnormal brain activity, also know as instabilities, are seen as the main cause of Epilepsy, the most important goal during Neurofeedback training is stabilizing the brain. In other words, ‘to train the brain to control it’s abnormal activity. Neurofeedback is an option applicable to all types of seizures.

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Migraines
Do you currently suffer from migraines? Are you currently on medication for migraines? Are you concerned about the side effects from your migraine medication? Neurofeedback training can not only relieve your individual migraine occurrences, but it also could be very effective in reducing the intensity and frequency of your migraines over the long term.

Testimonials

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder – Antonio
    Jenny P.,

    Antonio has always been a happy, loving child, but has always had difficulty with children his age and in social situations and appropriate behaviors. Since starting Neurofeedback with Dr. Bell he seems more comfortable in his own skin. His tics are almost gone. He has become increasingly curious about what’s around him; people, his environment. Doing things he never had Continue Reading

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  • ADHD – 13 Year-Old Boy
    Susan B. Lopez,

    My son has been diagnosed with ADHD. After the official diagnosis, he was put on pharmaceuticals to help his problem. The only reason I gave into this method was because, after doing extensive research, experts said that if a child is not given some sort of medication, he/she will seek out drugs or other detrimental methods to cope with their Continue Reading

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  • Letter from Stephanie Kelly – Clinical Social Worker
    Stephanie Kelly, MSW, LISW,

    I want to share my support for neurofeedback as an effective treatment modality for the treatment of depression, anxiety, autism, PTSD, TBI, and ADHD and the symptoms that accompany these diagnosis. I have experienced the benefits of neurofeedback for the treatment of my own depression, PTSD and TBI. It was an effective treatment and supported me in no having to Continue Reading

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  • Ms. Ballard – Elementary School Teacher
    Ms. Ballard,

    I am a teacher at Salazar Elementary School and have had several students who have benefited from the neurofeedback therapy services provided by Dr. Pam Bell. They have had various diagnosis including ADHD, and other psychological disorders. My students demonstrated improvement in their ability to focus and complete tasks more readily and those behaviors helped improve their self-esteem and ability Continue Reading

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  • ADHD – Lisa
    Lisa Armijo,

    I am a parent of an ADHD child and am a Registered Nurse. My child began having trouble when he began school. He first presented with sensory integration issues and also behavioral agitation. He was given OT, PT and Social Work, and speech therapy services at school with no significant changes. In kindergarten he showed to be very behind and Continue Reading

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  • Michelle Ulibarri, MS, HES, LMHC – Licensed School Psychologist, Licensed Educational Diagnostician
    Michelle Ulibarri, MS, HES, LMHC Licensed School Psychologist, Licensed Educational Diagnostician,

    I have been a school psychologist in northern New Mexico for the past 13 years and prior to that was a nurse for 20 years. With a medical background I began my career as a psychologist recommending medical interventions (exclusively including pharmaceutical interventions) for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and mood disorders. Within the first two years of psychology practice, Continue Reading

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