Neurofeedback and Depression

Neurofeedback is considered to be an effective treatment for depression and mood disorders. In this case study, patients who were diagnosed with depression completed 27 sessions of neurofeedback. After completing neurofeedback, these patients no longer met the criteria for depression and these changes were maintained after a 5 year follow up.

In this pilot study a group of patients suffering from depression were treated with neurofeedback. After completing neurofeedback patients were better able to control and regulate their emotions, and the authors of the study also found that the specific depression protocol they used may also help facilitate left frontal lobe function. These changes were also maintained over time.

If you are suffering from depression or other mood-related disorders, schedule your QEEG today at the Wholeness Center in Fort Collins!


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