You Deserve to Feel Better.
Post-cancer survivorship can be challenging. Before 2000, it was thought that chemotherapy agents could not cross the blood-brain barrier and could not be responsible for the cognitive problems that cancer patients were reporting to their oncologists. Research in the past decade has found that these problems are real and that they can be a post-chemotherapy phenomenon. Professionals in the field of cancer care are reporting that neurofeedback holds great promise in alleviating symptoms that may arise once treatment is concluded.
Inability to concentrate
Depression and Anxiety
“Before Neurofeedback, my brain was not working so great. I got a little hyper and when telling a story, I lost track of names and who I was talking about. After Neurofeedback I took the deepest, clearest breath I have ever taken! I am now sleeping better, and I feel like I am much more honest and authentic. I have such clarity about my life; I am more aware of myself. My patience is returning and I feel like my old self.” - client