Coupled with the scientific evidence on which we base our work, another pivotal element of successful training and achieving results is your own input. Neurofeedback Training is like learning a new skill. If you were learning to play the piano, you would visit your teacher a number of times per week and then practise at home. The same applies with Neurofeedback. You come to us, and we will help you to learn the skills, but you need to work on them outside of the clinic – you cannot expect it to work if you do not work with it.

No effort to change and continuing with old habits will be detrimental to your success.

There are a number of factors which affect this. You need to be motivated, to have the support of those around you, and to be willing to make changes to your life. You will need to work hard. It is important to challenge old habits with the changes in your brain supporting you in making positive movement towards your goals. The more you use your new neural connections, the more dominant over old ones they become. We will discuss goals and how you will move towards them at the initial consultation.

In the case of children, we will work with parents/guardians to encourage change in kids habits. If you would like to have their school involved, we will be happy to supply some resources and simple techniques which teacher can implement to further encourage a change in children’s behaviours and habits.