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Discover Your Mind



what is neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback that measures brain waves to produce a signal that can be used to teach self-regulation of brain activity.

conditions we manage

We are especially concerned with the more “intractable” brain-based problems of childhood whose needs are not currently being met.

peak performance

Neurofeedback is effectively used to enhance performance. Peak performance is an easily recognized mental state where one is both focused and present.

make an appointment

Are you ready to unlock your brains potential? Would you like to make an appointment? Please send me a message and I will contact you.


Focus and emotional balance is the key to performance in all areas. Neurofeedback trains your brain to function more efficiently, improving mental functioning and emotional stability.

Much like physical training, we use brainwave training to strengthen specific brainwave patterns. The more you practice activating a specific area the stronger and more capable that area becomes.

Call today to schedule a free consultation


“Great improvement in duration and quality of sleep. There is no question that NF has been successful in my case with no related side effects… it is my impression that I sleep much better since starting NF.”

-71 year old retired dentist, primary complaint insomnia

Brain self-regulation

Brain self-regulation is the ability of the brain and central nervous system to control and balance body functions, such as sleep/awake states, appetite, attention, concentration, energy, hormones, mood, and body awareness.

Trauma & Alpha-Theta Training

A traumatic experience that is not integrated will keep telling the body of the individual that his ability to deal with survival is uncertain. To deal with the anxiety, the person often develops addiction in order to try to find positive expression.

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Unique visual stimulation may be new treatment for Alzheimer’s
Anne Trafton | MIT News Office

The Plastic Brain, the Holographic Mind and Neurofeedback
by P. Terrence Moore, MD

Neurofeedback shows promise in treating tinnitus

The Inattentive Brain/ADD/ADHD Disorder
by Dr. Terrence Moore

The Concussed Brain
by P. Terrence Moore, MD

Variability is the Spice of Life
by P. Terrence Moore, MD

Sustained effects of neurofeedback in ADHD: a systematic review
and meta‑analysis

by Jessica Van Doren • Martijn Arns • Hartmut Heinrich • Madelon A. Vollebregt • Ute Strehl • Sandra K. Loo

Maggie’s Story


  • April 2023 Newsletter
    by Kurt Othmer on March 30, 2023 at 7:12 pm

    It’s been a cold winter here in Los Angeles, and I see our rain keeps making the news. The rest of the US keeps setting records for cold weather as well. But spring is here, and we can’t wait to thaw out from a chilly winter. We’re also […]

  • Sue Othmer’s Memorial: This Saturday, March 18, 2023
    by Siegfried Othmer on March 16, 2023 at 10:38 pm

    Thank you for all the support we have received over the last month. We are so moved by all the letters, flowers, cards, emails, donations. Sue was deeply loved. The memorial will not be recorded or streamed. We look forward to seeing many of you in […]

  • On the Life and Mission of Sue Othmer: February 1, 1944 to February 3, 2023
    by Siegfried Othmer on February 8, 2023 at 8:28 pm

    S usan FitzGerald Othmer died on February 3rd after three years of declining mental health, two days after her 79th birthday. This was Sue’s 38th year of involvement with neurofeedback. A lover of nature who became a neuroscientist in the […]

  • A Case of PTSD and Dissociative Identity Disorder (DIDNOS)
    by Siegfried Othmer on November 3, 2020 at 10:01 pm

    A dramatic case report has just been published on the extraordinarily quick recovery of a woman diagnosed with “severe and complex” PTSD and unspecified Dissociative Disorder. The author is trauma therapist Anna Gerge of Sweden, and the method […]