Operant conditioning is at the heart of how neurofeedback training works. I use audio and visual signals to give your brain subtle feedback it can use in developing new neuronal pathways. When you train your brain with neurofeedback, the brain learns new behavior. With time, the new behavior becomes permanent. The instructions become stored in your brain and can be called up anytime they’re needed. Operant conditioning develops new neuronal pathways that tap into your brain’s natural ability to learn new things, to organize information, and to operate better and more efficiently. Neurofeedback can teach your brain new ways of operating and communicating to help eliminate insomnia, attention deficit disorder, depression, and the symptoms of many other brain-based disorders.

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