Clients Report that Neurofeedback

Leads to a Significant Improvement in Their 

Quality of Life

These Are Actual Results For Every Session,

Updated Daily From Participating Agencies

Medical Marijuana and Nicotine Use Decreases

Each adult client was asked at baseline and again after 20 and 40 sessions whether they whether they were using nicotine and/or medical marijuana. The graph represents the percentage who reported "yes".  For most clients, medical marijuana and/or nicotine use was not a focus of treatment. Hover over a data point to see the N. 

Coping with Stress Improves

At BL and again after 20, 40 sessions clients or their parents were given a list of the 10 psychosocial stressors from the DSM V and asked to count how many they were experiencing. They were then asked how well they were coping on a 1 to 5 scale. Below are their ratings. As more data is collected scores for after 40 sessions for clients who had 40 sessions will appear in this chart. 

Self-harm and Suicidal 

Ideation Decreases

Each client was asked at baseline and again after 20 and again after 40 sessions whether they whether they had any acts of  self-harm or suicidal ideation. The graph represents the percentage who reported "yes". As more data is collected scores for after 40 sessions for clients who had 40 sessions will appear in this chart.