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Biofeedback is the process of becoming aware of various physiological functions using instruments that provide information on the activity of those same systems, with a goal of being able to manipulate them at will. Processes that can be controlled include brainwaves, muscle tone, skin conductance, heart rate and pain perception.

Improving Learning Rate Using Non-invasive Microcurrent Stimulation

Quietmind Associates is now offering transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS)under the supervision of our Medical Director, Dr. James Halper, MD who is an expert in the application of these techinques. Dr. Halper is a member of the faculty in the Dept of Psychiatry at NYU and has been using neuromodulation techniques including TDCS for 10 years.

Therapy program helps Fort Campbell soldiers heal from brain injuries

This is a very important report on a project for veterans struggling with the symptoms of closed head trauma who were treated with EEG biofeedback. The results are striking and are quite like the ones being achieved at Quietmind Foundation using similar technology. We are working with the Principled Warrior Foundation to educate veterans and their family members to participate in this treatment program. Quietmind Foundation is a proud participating Healthnet provider.

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Missing the Point that Group Dynamics Determine Individual Behavior in Classrooms and Families

The feelings toward children aroused in teachers in the classroom are going to be rather intense and mostly unconscious. The group dynamic in the classroom is going to always arouse the most primitive kinds of feelings in teachers who are supposed to be the containers for the unmanageable aspects of those feelings, e.g., murderous rage. While it is normal and actually necessary for these feelings to be aroused in the course of any group's development, it is critically important for all that these responses be contained and responded to appropriately.

Biofeedback to Build Brain Function

ART CAREY, FOR THE INQUIRER
POSTED: Sunday, November 17, 2013, 8:51 AM
For millennia, practitioners of yoga and meditation in the East have known of the link between body and mind. But Western culture took a different tack after the French philosopher René Descartes proclaimed that the mind and body are separate and discrete.

Since the 19th century, scientists have tried to debunk that view, showing through experiments that the mind and body are connected and that the mind affects the body and the body affects the mind.

Relieve Migraines, Fibromyalgia, and Other Pain Disorders

Find drug-free relief from your pain using our noninvasive techniques. While watching a movie or listening to music, you will effortlessly learn to control physiological responses that are otherwise subconscious. You can expect reduced muscle stiffness, aches and pain, improved sleep, and increased energy.

Unlock Your Potential Without Medication

For ADD/ADHD and other learning disabilities, we identify the brainwave patterns that interfere with learning and behavior. You or your child will learn how to naturally correct irregular brainwaves, which can reduce, eliminate, or complement medications. With neurofeedback and our other related interventions, you can expect lasting improvements in attention, mood, behavior, classroom performance, and test scores.

Heal Your Brain from Traumatic Injury

You have the potential to restore brain functioning lost to traumatic head injury or even multiple concussions. Atheletes, accident survivors, and returning veterans have found that these natural, drug-free techniques can make lasting improvements where other attempts have failed.

Learn Alternatives that Reduce Memory Loss and Improve Executive Functioning

For those struggling with dementia, our drug-free treatments can slow, relieve, and possibly reverse symptoms. We are pleased to be offering this cutting-edge alternative, presented by Quietmind’s president at the 2009 International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease in Vienna. In addition to our regular treatment services, we are currently conducting clinical trials. You or your loved ones may qualify to receive free treatments.

Relieve Your Pain the Natural Way

At our office we use neurofeedback and other appropriate drug-free,
noninvasive techniques that target the areas of your brain associated
with depression. Many patients report relief from their symptoms
within a few sessions.

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