Our Services are Designed to
Bring you Peace of Mind.

We are leaders in our field in using the newest technologies.  You can train your brain and the entire nervous system in your body to perform optimally.  Optimizing your functioning can help improve your overall mental and physical well being. 

neurofeedback training

Also referred to as eeg biofeedback, this specialized form of biofeedback trains your brainwaves so you literally change from the inside out.  This helps support behavioral changes so lead your best life.

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biofeedback training

Biofeedback training is a powerful tool that can bring a person closer to performing at their highest potential.  Biofeedback offers an alternative to medication for many clinical conditions.  

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traditional psychology services

Psychotherapy and hypnosis are offered as support for progress achieved with biofeedback training.  The combination of traditional and progressive approaches can be a powerful combination.

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Get to the Root of Your Concern.

Our evaluation process gives a person a comprehensive assessment of the reasons underlying their concerns, and a sensible plan for addressing the issues. The evaluation process begins at your first visit when you meet with a psychologist to discuss your concerns and goals, and an individualized plan is designed.  Depending on your situation, this plan will involve some type(s) of immediate treatment/training and/or further assessment tools to delineate further what treatment/training would be most likely to help you to meet your goals.


We proudly offer many types of evaluation, including Quantitative EEGPsychological TestingSpinal Chord Stimulator Implant EvaluationsERP (Event Related Potential) Analysis, and more.

April 15, 2014

New Ideas About Pain

How We Understand Pain

Previous theories about pain are being challenged by new technology and research.  The previous idea about pain involved terms like: “pain receptors”, “pain nerves” or “pain pathways”.  The idea was that there were nerves all throughout our bodies and, when one of these was stressed or triggered, a message of pain was sent to the brain.  This idea always had some problems because it could not explain certain occurrences.  For example, we know that the amount of pain we experience does not necessarily relate to the amount of tissue damage.  Then there is the phenomenon of phantom limb pain, where a body part gets severed from the body, but the person still experiences pain in the absent body part.  And, of course, people with chronic pain grow tired of hearing that all the tests indicate there is nothing physically wrong, but yet they continue to experience pain.  There are numerous other examples, but I think you get the idea. (more…)