Neurofeedback for Anxiety and Depression

Posted on November 17 2015

Neurofeedback has been shown to effectively treat symptoms of anxiety and depression, and medical problems associated.  Ready To Focus utilizes the protocols used in these studies to obtain similar results.  Below are links to key articles describing the process and results:

Comprehensive review of using neurofeedback for anxiety

Summary: A review of neurofeedback studies related to treating anxiety that demonstrate it meets the evidenced-based designation as efficacious and effective treatment.  The article provides an overview of how neurofeedback works, and reviews multiple studies related to the use of neurofeedback with mood disorders.

Neurofeedback for depression

Summary:  A new protocol to address depression through neurofeedback utilizing techniques to correct alpha asymmetry in the left hemisphere.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Neurofeedback for migraines
Summary: This study demonstrates the effectiveness of using neurofeedback to treat headaches in migraines.  In this experimental design study over half of participants had complete remission of migraines and another forty percent had partial remission.