Welcome to Edmond Neurofeedback - Retrain Your Brain

Neurofeedback is a type of therapy that uses real-time feedback of brain activity to help individuals learn how to regulate and improve their brain function. It is a non-invasive, safe and drug-free way to address a variety of mental and physical health conditions. 

During a neurofeedback session, electrodes are placed on the scalp to monitor brain activity. This information is then fed back to the client through visual or auditory feedback, which can take the form of videos, movies, or music. As the client learns to regulate their brain activity, they are rewarded with positive feedback, such as the screen getting brighter. Over time, this process can help the client train their brain to function more efficiently, leading to improvements in a range of symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), sleep disorders, chronic pain, and more. 

Neurofeedback is a highly individualized therapy, tailored to the specific needs and goals of each client. The number of sessions required can vary depending on the individual and their condition, but typically, clients will see improvements after 10 to 20 sessions.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Neurofeedback helps individuals with ADHD improve focus, attention, and impulse control by training the brain to regulate neural activity and reduce symptoms associated with the disorder. 

Anxiety and Stress

By promoting relaxation and teaching the brain to self-regulate, neurofeedback can effectively reduce symptoms of anxiety and stress, leading to an overall improvement in emotional well-being and daily functioning. 


Neurofeedback targets brainwave imbalances that contribute to depression, empowering individuals to manage their mood, increase motivation, and regain a sense of control over their emotional health. 

Sleep Disorders

Neurofeedback can improve sleep quality and duration by training the brain to enter and maintain restorative sleep states, leading to better rest and overall well-being. 


Neurofeedback therapy can help to teach self-regulation of brain functions, potentially improving symptoms such as difficulties with social interaction, communication, and repetitive behaviors. 

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Neurofeedback helps individuals with PTSD by retraining the brain to process traumatic memories, reducing flashbacks, and alleviating anxiety, ultimately promoting resilience and recovery. 

Amy Anderson, M.Ed, BCBA

Contact me today to discuss how neurofeedback can help you achieve your goals. Call or complete the form on this site to schedule a free consultation.