Welcome to Neurofeedback at PDC!
Check out our newly publish manuscript detailing positive changes with veterans
This paper discusses positive therapeutic gains made with veterans whose primary treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was artifact corrected neurofeedback. Read the full manuscript: Neurofeedback: A Noninvasive Treatment for Symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Veterans.
New Neurofeedback Videos
Neurofeedback works because we have greater information regarding the way the brain functions and how the brain continually changes throughout our lifetime. This is called neuroplasticity.
Neuroplasticity - The brain has the ability to continually change throughout life. By understanding that we can change our brain through the use of neurofeedback, we now know that we can improve many conditions that have limited children and adults preventing them from living their best life.
What is Neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback, also known as cognitive rehabilitation or EEG biofeedback, is a ground-breaking technique that challenges the brain to function better.
This powerful brain-based technique has been successfully helping clients around the world for more than 30 years. It is a noninvasive process with dramatic results for a multitude of symptoms. The effectiveness of neurofeedback for adults and children with a wide variety of symptoms has been repeatedly concluded in numerous research studies.
Neurofeedback works by training the brain to function at its maximum potential, which is similar to the way the body is exercised, toned and maintained. The technology is safe and effective for children and adults ages 5 to 95.
"Train your attention, decrease anxiety or depression, alleviate chronic pain, lessen behaviors that interfere with living your best life," says Dr. Connie McReynolds, who established the neurofeedback service in 2011 as director of the institute.
For more information about how neurofeedback works in training the brain, view this TED Talk presentation by Dr. Joe Dispenza explaining the neuroscience of brain training.
The Neurofeedback office is now open at CSUSB's Palm Desert Campus (PDC). Veterans and students are welcome to stop by and speak with our neurofeedback clinician. Veterans may also visit the Veteran's Success Center located in the Health Sciences building.
To find out more about Neurofeedback or schedule an appointment please contact:
|Neurofeedback Clinicians||Palm Desert Campus|
Dr. Connie McReynolds, Director
UCR Palm Desert Center
Building A/Heckmann Bldg, Suite 229
75080 Frank Sinatra Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92211