Clients Report that Modern Neurofeedback

Leads to Improvement in Their 

Health But Data is Limited

These Are Actual Results For Every Session,

Updated Daily From Participating Agencies

ER Visits for Medical Reasons Decreased, Visits for Psychiatric Reasons Increased Slightly

Each client was asked at baseline and again after 20 and 40 sessions whether they whether they had a visit to the ER. Scores are reported separately for either medical or psychiatric concerns. The graph represents the percentage who reported "yes".  As more clients are added it is expected that both measures will show improvement. 

Hospitalizations for Medical Concerns Increased, While Hospitalizations for Psychiatric Reasons Decreased

Each client was asked at baseline and again after 20 and 40 sessions whether they had a a hospitalized. Scores are reported separately for either medical or psychiatric reasons. The graph represents the percentage who reported "yes".  As more clients are added it is expected that both measures will show improvement. 

Taking Medication for Emotions or Pain Decreases Slightly

Each client was asked at baseline and again after 20 and again after 40 sessions whether they whether they were taking medications for emotions or pain. 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.