Listen to one of our clients talk about the results of Neurofeedback:

Results of Neurofeedback

Clinical Study Results:  Qualitative and Quantitative

Qualitative” means what people feel or report

Quantitative” means actual measured changes

Dr. Browne has conducted a number of clinical studies related to Neurofeedback over the years. To read more about those studies and their results, check out our page for Professionals here.

The most common benefit was:


Most Significant Measured Changes:

  • Reduced Anxiety
  • Improved Ability to Relax
  • Less “Driven” Behavior
  • Paying More Attention to Health Matters
  • Reduced Symptoms of Stress and Strain at Home and at Work
  • Improved Sleep
  • Reduced Time Pressure

Qualitative Self-Report Changes:

  • Improved Memory
  • Reduced Mental “Fogginess”
  • Clearer Thinking
  • Increased Ability to Make Good Decisions
  • More Powerful
  • Ease of Completion of Tasks
  • More Productive
  • Not as Fatigued
  • Enhanced Life Appreciation
  • More Aware of Things in the Environment
  • Feeling Better and Enjoying Life More
  • Wanting to Learn More