EEG NEUROFEEDBACK is a non-medication, non-invasive and painless intervention shown to enhance regulation of the brain and improve the brain’s ability to function. Our center believes in an evidenced based approach to the use of Neurofeedback. We use the Quantitative EEG (qEEG) or Brain Map with 19 channels of assessment in order to guide the Neurofeedback process. We DO NOT rely on canned protocols that target only a few sites based on symptoms alone. Rather, we use multiple channel training that looks at over 200 variables rather than just increasing or decreasing amplitude in a certain bandwidth or brain wave frequency.
Our Clinical Director, Linda Marshall-Kramer, OTR/L BCIA-BCN is Board Certified in EEG Neurofeedback. An IMPORTANT type of credential in the field of Neurofeedback is Board Certification by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA). The Quantitative EEG or Brain Map is administered and interpreted by Linda and Otto Kramer, MD.
According to BCIA “Professional certification is the voluntary process by which a non-governmental entity grants a time-limited recognition to an individual after verifying that predetermined and standardized criteria have been met. Because biofeedback is an unregulated field, certification is crucial for providing standards of care. To be viable as a professional service, standards of competence and clinical practice must be defined and measured. Since 1981, BCIA has taken on this task.”
Through the BCIA recertification program, a clinician is held accountable to a code of ethics, obtains specified continuing education, and maintains proper credentialing appropriate for clinical practice.
To become a Board-certified practitioner, one must:
Results of Neurofeedback include:
Neurofeedback has been successfully used for:
Please visit our dedicated Neurofeedback site at EEGBRAINTRAIN.COM for detailed information on our program.
Brooke has been coming to Children’s Therapy Services for 9 months. She has always received therapy through school due to severe prematurity. But when we decided she would go to a private school, she would no longer receive the services. I was impressed upon meeting Linda as she told us so much more about Brooke and why she needs OT and PT besides her prematurity. We have seen a difference in Brooke’s muscle strength and the strength on her left side. Nora our PT and Jennifer our OT work very well with Brooke and always find ways to make therapy fun. As a toddler, Brooke would run from her therapist’s, but now she enjoys her time at therapy. Thank-you Linda, Nora and Jennifer!
- Andrea - Daughter, 6 y/o