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Neurofeedback

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback therapy is a non-invasive treatment that targets brain waves in order to regulate the brain and nervous system. It can help with a large variety of things. The most significant improvements are classified with executive functioning, cognitive flexibility and sustained attention. Asheville Academy offers neurofeedback treatments to their students to help them grow and develop further.

Most Students at Asheville Academy are working on symptoms such as:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Social Interactions
  • ADHD
  • OCD
  • Reactivity/Tantrums
  • Sleep Issues
  • Impulsivity

Neurofeedback Effects

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Learn how neurofeedback works:

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Number of Students in Neurofeedback since Jan. 2017
87%
Improved Cognitive Flexibility and Executive Functioning
68%
Improved Composite Memory
62%
Improved Processing Speed

Non-invasive treatment
A session of neurofeedback is relaxing and enjoyable. A session consists of listening to music that prompts the brain to reset itself. At the end of a session, your child will feel less stressed and more relaxed.

Based on learning
As you practice changing brain waves, the brain is learning how to continue the changes outside of the session. The continued learning is supported throughout your child’s time at Asheville Academy.

Regulates brain waves to create lasting change
Sessions will help your child now and in the future. Many neurofeedback clients report changes they obtain from trainings are continuing 10 years later.

Safe and client-guided
No chemical or electrical impulse ever enters the body. At the end of each session, your child can give feedback on how it went.

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