Neurofeedback is a non-invasive therapeutic technique that aims to regulate and optimize brain activity. Patients receive real-time feedback about their brainwave patterns and learn to self-regulate them. Through the use of sensors placed on the scalp, neurofeedback measures brainwave activity and translates it into visual or auditory cues that the individual can perceive. By observing this feedback, individuals can learn to consciously influence their brain activity, promoting desired patterns associated with improved cognitive functioning, emotional regulation.


Coherence relates to the coordination and communication between various brain regions. By monitoring and measuring the coherence patterns within the brain, neurofeedback can provide insights into the efficiency and integration of neural networks. By promoting coherence, neurofeedback aims to enhance neural connectivity and improve cognitive performance.

Self Regulation

Neurofeedback allows children to actively engage in regulating their own brain activity. Through real-time feedback, children gain awareness of their brain states and learn to modulate them effectively. By observing their own brainwaves, children can consciously adjust their mental and emotional states to achieve desired outcomes.

Increased Focus and Attention

By utilizing real-time monitoring of brainwave activity, neurofeedback provides children with immediate feedback on their brain states. This feedback helps them become aware of their mental states and learn to self-regulate their attention. Children can train their brains to enhance focus and attention by reinforcing desired brainwave patterns associated with concentration.