Childhood trauma, whether on a conscious or subconscious level, negatively affects a person’s mental, emotional, and physical well-being. People who suffer childhood trauma often live in a state of heightened, perpetual stress without realizing it, which causes feelings of depression, unworthiness, and shame. If you’ve tried psychotherapy or other forms of counseling but still feel shut down, disconnected, or stuck in old patterns, neurofeedback therapy can help. Through optimizing the brain’s electrical activity, we can work with you to address lingering trauma from your past to create a brighter, healthier future. 

Neurofeedback therapy uses brain mapping, a gentle approach that involves sitting in a comfortable chair, relaxing, and watching a video. During a neurofeedback session, bio-sensors are placed on your head that react to your brain patterns and responses to stimuli to identify areas that are out of balance or not functioning properly. We then use these insights to improve brain function and regulate your overworked stress responses by creating healthy neural pathways and connections. Non-invasive and medication-free, it effectively trains your brain to work better. Our proven approach has helped people like you feel calmer, less anxious, and more hopeful.

Using the latest, innovative advancements in neuroscience, we tailor a personal plan to improve your cognition, memory, focus, and overall mental health. Our team can even help you do neurofeedback at home. We’ll supply the equipment and guide you through each step of the process so you can get on a path to your best life.

To learn more about treating childhood trauma with neurofeedback, contact NeuroWave Brain Performance Center at (253) 205-5762 or via email.