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Alternative Depression Treatments

Insomnia is a symptom of depression.  Insomnia involves the following symptoms: If you wake up in the night and have difficulty going back to sleep. If you have difficulty falling asleep. If you wake up too early and cannot return to sleep at all. The lack of sleep over time can cause further feelings of "blah" or hopelessness about the future, your family, or life in general.  At some point, without treatment, these feelings can escalate [...]

2014-04-03T00:25:39+00:00March 26th, 2014|Depression|0 Comments

Better Thought Control Achieved With Real-Time Brain Feedback

Great article on controlling your brain's activity and your compulsions.  Good for peak performance in athletes, but also helpful for everyone to deal with basic issues like anxiety, ptsd, and depression. If you’re dealing with an issue like this, I would be happy to help.  Please reach out by calling my office at 310-314-6933 or sending me a private email.

Peak Performance

Neurofeedback therapy is a great resource for improving your performance whether in sports, business, or the arts.  For sports, please contact my colleague, Gene Desrochers at 310-709-6545 for more information on his speciality, peak performance. Gene offers a FREE CONSULTATION. If you’re dealing with an issue like this, I would be happy to help.  Please reach out by calling my office at 310-314-6933 or sending me a private email.

Mobile Neurofeedback

First Mobile Neurofeedback Therapy Service Available in California Busy executives avoid burn-out with location-flexible neurofeeback therapy Beverly Hills, Calif. (December 8, 2010) – Mindy Fox, one of the leading neurofeedback therapists in California, announced today her neurofeedback therapy service is now available to be administered in the comfort of a patient’s home or office.  Fox’s latest move to provide the convenience of a mobile service will improve results for patients whose schedules interfere with regular treatment. [...]

Sciatica

Santa Monica Neurofeedback Therapist, Mindy Fox, Treats Sciatica Numerous requests for relief from sciatica drive neurofeedback treatment in Santa Monica practice Santa Monica, Calif. (August 11, 2011) – Mindy Fox, a highly regarded neurofeedback therapist in Southern California, announced today that her practice continues its rapid growth due to demand from pain brought on by sciatica. The growth is an indicator of market demand for alternative, natural and safe treatment for pain related conditions. In many [...]

Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a serious disorder that causes:  Short attention span, disorganization, distractibility, poor follow-through, reduction of resistance to disease, and even reduced life span.  If untreated, secondary effects of ADD include Depression and Anxiety. It is a brain disorder described as “low-arousal.”  What that means is that hyperactive children are not very awake or aware of what is going on around them, so they move around a lot to wake up.  Their brain [...]

Soldiers and Children with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Increases

Many turn to Neurofeedback Therapy to fight the invisible battle with PTSD October 11, 2010 (Los Angeles, Calif.) – The nine-year Afghanistan and Iraq war is now being dubbed as America’s longest war. During a recent CNN segment, Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on the alarming suicide and hospitalization rates among U.S. troops. There were more soldiers hospitalized in 2009 for mental health issues (17,538) than physical injury (11,156). It was also reported that if a soldier [...]

2014-04-21T01:33:05+00:00March 26th, 2014|Anxiety|0 Comments

PTSD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) develops after exposure to an extreme traumatic stressor.  The traumatic event returns in a very intrusive and distressing way, which can effect your sense of security, self-esteem and development, resulting in depression and high anxiety.  The traumatic event is persistently re-experienced in some of the following ways:  recurrent and intrusive memories or dreams, a sense of reliving the experience, and efforts to avoid activities, people, or places that arouse recollections of [...]

2014-03-26T20:40:44+00:00March 26th, 2014|Anxiety|0 Comments