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How Neurofeedback Brain Training Works

Neurofeedback Brain Training is often referred to as Neurotherapy, Neurobiofeedback and EEG biofeedback.  The technology now available is more advanced and effective than ever.

At Brain Training Australia™ we use NeurOptimal® Dynamical Neurofeedback™ which is advanced Neurotechnology that is safe, natural, non-invasive, drug-free and highly effective way to improve your well-being, naturally.

Neurofeedback utilises real-time displays of brain activity using electroencephalography (EEG) to teach self-regulation of brain function. It detects inconsistency and abrupt changes in electrical activity of your brain that undermine optimal functioning and informs the brain of these sudden shifts through interruptions in the sound you are listening to. This refocuses your brain’s attention to the present moment and allowing your brain activity to naturally self-correct.

It is a very relaxing experience and requires no effort on your part. You can sit comfortably, listen to music, read a book or meditate and let the Neurofeedback Brain Training do the work for you. Neurofeedback trains your brain to become more flexible, more resilient, more regulated with improved cognitive performance to enable you to function at your best.

“The most effective biohack I have experienced so far”
David Asprey – Founder of Bulletproof®

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Fees & Pricing

All new clients receive a free, complimentary and no obligation 15-minute consult with a dedicated member of our team. If you’re on the fence, wondering if Neurofeedback Brain Training is right for you, then this is a really good place to start.

If you are ready to get started then you can just book in your First Appointment and get started straight away.

Complementary Assessment

Free

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This appointment includes:

  • Discuss your needs with a Certified Neurofeedback Brain Trainer
  • Learn if non-linear Neurofeedback Brain Training is the right modality to help you achieve your goals.
  • Conducted in-house, limited to 15 minutes and there is no charge.

Standard Appointment

$150

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This appointment includes

  • Work with your Neurofeedback Brain Trainer to establish your starting point based on cognitive and emotional well-being assessments
  • 60 minute appointment with 33 minutes Neurofeedback Brain Training
    -27 minutes talk time with your Certified Neurofeedback Brain Trainer
  • Pre and post session indicators measured
  • Progress Retest after 10 sessions to measure to assess change and development achieved.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback?
    Here at Brain Training Australia™, we use a specific type of NeurOptinmal® Neurofeedback which is an advanced form of Brain Training Technology.  It is a safe, natural, non-invasive, drug-free, effective method grounded in decades of evidence-based clinical research that allows the brain to restore healthy mental processes and achieve life changing results. Neurofeedback measures and analyses the electricity generated by the Central Nervous System and then uses this analyses to provide specific interactive brain training exercises.  Neurofeedback uses real-time displays of brain activity through the use of electroencephalography (EEG), to teach self-regulation of brain function. It provides information to your brain which allows it to reorganize itself. When your brain does this, you usually feel better in your life with easier access to more optimal functioning physically and emotionally. Neurofeedback Brain Training is quite a specialised field of neuroscience, so we have compiled this helpful FAQ section on our website to inform you and help you with any questions you may have.
  • What is Neuroplasticity?
    Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to reorganise itself and to create new neural networks, in other words, create different ways of thinking.  The average human brain has 100 million neurons and each neuron has as many as 7000 synaptic connections to other neurons.  While the method employed at Brain Training Australia is Neurofeedback, the process by which the changes occur is through Neuroplasticity. What is happening when we put the EEG Sensors on the scalp, is that the system is measuring the summation of cortical, or electrical activity in the brain.  The auditory interruptions or feedback provided is picking up on an existing stress response, inefficiency or instability in the brain.  These changes are made through the processes of neuroplasticity.  We don't want to tell the brain what to do or to stimulate it in any way, and there is no preconceived notion of how your brain should be performing. Instead we want the brain to form its own pathways and it does so naturally, gently and safely through neuroplasticity.
  • What are the most common type issues that people use Neurofeedback for?
    Alongside the wide range of issues identified on the Issues We Treat section of this website, below is a some other common issues that Neurofeedback can help with.  The stress of modern living, information overload, trauma, or other influences can impact our ability to process efficiently which results in the loss of performance and suffering arises. Our emotional regulation, processing ability and integration of life experiences becomes inefficient, and results in loss of awareness and performance in the world. Consequently problematic behaviours, ill health, and dependencies arise. So in addition to the Issues We Treat such issues or problems also include:
    • Difficulty Concentrating
    • Fatigue
    • Poor / Reduced Coping Strategies
    • Diminished personal power
    • Impaired mind body coordination
    • Cognitive instability
    • Poor impulse control
    • Learning difficulty
    • Personality instability
    • Loss of clarity
    • Difficulty with decision making
    • Cognitive decline
    • Sleep disturbance
    • Emotional Difficulty
    • Reduced Awareness
    • Cognitive noise
    • Loss of sense of self
    • Impaired eye hand coordination
    • Reactivity
    • Difficulty maintaining focus
    • Reduced physical health
    • Lack of adaptability
    • Poor response times
    • Rigid Beliefs
    • Reduced problem solving capacity
    • Impaired immune system
  • How often do I need to Train?
    Neurofeedback is Brain Training and, like any training, it is repetition that gets the skills in place and then establishes resiliency and long lasting outcomes. Thus it becomes important to carry the improvements across from one session to the next. Most people achieve this with one session per week at the beginning, with a decrease in frequency towards the end of training. If you wish for a faster and easier outcome then two sessions per week are optimal. However, it is important to say that we have had many clients who have achieved very good outcomes with fortnightly sessions or less. This includes fly in fly out mining workers who are training a few days in a row once every three weeks or less. In addition, we have clients who are on the move and will do daily or twice daily sessions for a week or so with the benefits flowing on over time post Neurofeedback training. In short, any frequency of training is better than none and we can work out an individual program to suit your lifestyle and budget.
  • Are there any side effects?
    Rest assured, that at Brain Training Australia™ Clinic, we have carefully chosen and invested in the most advanced Neurofeedback Technology available on the market today as it allows for limited side effects.  Any effects felt during a session or soon after are a response by your central nervous system to the challenge of training. Although the sessions may feel relaxing, your brain is actually working very hard. Neurofeedback is like going to a gym for the brain. Once you start training, old patterns are stirred up and challenged, which may cause some discomfort for a short time, until the brain and central nervous system learn to release and rebalance naturally and with ease.  For example, you may experience any of the following symptoms: tiredness, sleep disruption the night of your session, headache (due to dehydration), sleeping during the session, awareness of discomfort in the body often associated with old injuries or yawning after your session. These effects, if they occur, are temporary and usually disappear in the hours following the session and generally stop appearing after a few sessions as the central nervous system becomes stronger, more flexible and more resilient. Please feel free to contact your dedicated Neurofeedback Practitioner to discuss anything that concerns you along the way.  Neurofeedback is merely providing information that your brain uses to do its own organising, so even if symptoms do increase and are stirred up for a short time, it is a question of comfort while the brain adjusts itself, not safety.
  • Do you use Micro Current Neurofeedback?
    No. At Brain Training Australia™, we use a non-invasive advanced form of Neurofeedback which does not stimulate the brain in any way and there is no electrical current going into the brain. We have carefully and selectively invested in the most advanced form of Neurofeedback available on the market today, which allows for a gentle, painless and non-invasive method of restoring cortical balance within the central nervous system.
  • Do I need a Mental Health Care Plan?
    No.  You do not require a Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) to access our services at Brain Training Australia. Mental Health Care Plans are provided by your GP, allowing access to a Registered Psychologist for Psychological Support (ie talk therapy only).  Mental health Care Plans in Australia do not cover sessions with a Neurofeedback Practitioner.  You do not require a MHCP to access Neurofeedback Brain Training, you just contact us and book in with us directly.
  • What if it doesn’t work, what do I do then?
    Neurofeedback is a highly effective way to regulate brain function and it is very rare that clients do not progress or not experience changes.  However, if you find your training is not progressing as desired after 6 sessions, we can look at whatever external factors (intrinsic constraints or stressors) may be interrupting your progress. These may include things like a baby in the house, starting a new job, difficulties with different personalities at work – and we may implement other strategies to assist. This is when adding counselling to your program may be useful for which we accommodate at no additional cost.