Creating maps of brain function to better understand your brain

Here are a sample of 2-D brain maps which help us to locate sub-optimal brain function. These maps also allow us to track your progress during Neurofeedback Training. In this example, follow the reduction in red in the two brain maps at the top right-hand corner of each set. You can see that as sessions progress, the red (i.e. deviance or neural inefficiency) decreases. For this client, their anxiety reduced in parallel with this reduction in deviance.

After 15 sessions, this girl had a significant reduction in anxiety, found going to school much easier, and was better able to relate to friends.

We can also use an even more precise set of brain maps like these to locate dysfunction and track progress – watch her progress here as she is able to reduce dysfunction (greens, oranges and reds):

Brain map at first visit

Brain map after (5) sessions

Brain map after (10) sessions

Brain map after (12) sessions

Brain map after (15) sessions