Neurotherapy Process

neurotherapyTRS Neurotherapy begins with a free consultation to determine whether or not you are a good candidate for Neurofeedback, and whether or not it is the right time for you to make this important investment of your time and finances.

Clients are educated regarding the basics of brain health in order to support healthy brain development and to ensure lasting results from Neurofeedback training.

Neurotherapy then begins with a complete client history and a quantitative EEG analysis (QEEG). A QEEG is a quantitative analysis of brainwave activity, and it provides the information necessary to construct a training plan unique to each individual. TRS utilizes Neuroguide, the most comprehensive conventional EEG and QEEG analysis system available. Clients receive a QEEG report in pdf format and a proposed treatment plan based on the findings. For more information about QEEG, you can read What Is QEEG Kaiser or go to EEG Brain Mapping. Dr. Tate has performed over 600 QEEG assessments and is highly proficient at collecting clean, accurate EEG data on which to base individualized training plans.

For Attention Issues, an IVA test is an optional tool we offer to specifically diagnose attention issues and to assess before and after results of training.

The next step is starting the Neurofeedback training.

Dr. Tate stays on the cutting edge of neurotherapy research and secures the most effective and current treatment tools to ensure optimum success. These tools include the following:

  • 1-19-Channel Neurofeedback Training Systems
  • Neuroguide Loreta Neurofeedback
  • Low-Intensity Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) 
  • Coherence Biofeedback Training
  • Infra-low Frequency Neurofeedback Training
  • Light energy systems or LED (Light-Emitting Diodes) Treatment

Not all of these tools are appropriate for everyone. Specific tools and combinations of tools are chosen for your treatment plan depending upon your presenting problems, clinical history, and QEEG analysis.


Neurofeedback training can change your brain/body’s need for certain medications such as psychotropic drugs and blood pressure medications. So it is important to be under the regular care of your psychiatrist or physician during training in order to adjust and/or wean off of your medications.


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