Live Q&A with Miriam Bellamy, LMFT and Kristi Knight, CHWC
Neurofeedback has been widely used with families looking at an ADHD diagnosis. You can read more about it here, and you can read my own family’s story here. While we do not treat ADHD or any diagnosis or condition, most of the families who reach out to us here at Whole Family Neurofeedback, are reaching out because of the stress and overwhelm associated with ADHD and other. We work with these families day in and day out to help them achieve:
- Greater success with homework
- Improved grades
- Better test performance
- Calmer, happier home life
- More self-regulation
- Improved mood regulation
- Increased ability to organize and complete tasks
For a deeper dive into the clinical picture, watch the video below with Kristi and me as we tackle some of the most common questions about this topic. How does neurofeedback really help? What does the journey look like? What are some of the nuts and bolts of how neurofeedback really works?
Scroll through to find specific topics you might be interested in. And reach out if you would like to schedule a call to see if it’s right for your family.
5:50 Listeners ask for real life stories of families doing neurofeedback with their children
7:20 Kristen G asks about neurofeedback and executive function. We discuss how executive functioning develops and how non-linear neurofeedback helps…Plus how and why we see one child do better with homework while another child might do better with sleep or motor function while yet another child does better with emotional expression.
17:25 Angela asks: How long do the shifts (from the neurofeedback sessions) last?
20:00 Several listeners ask: “How quickly do people see shifts after starting neurofeedback?”
25:35 Anonymous listener asks: “Does neurofeedback help with OCD and eating disorders?”
30:20 Janet asks: “Will doing Neurofeedback sessions be a smooth process or more of a bumpy one?”