Anxiety

Upset woman sitting on floor and holding photo near white wall at home, anxiety disorder
Upset woman sitting on floor and holding photo near white wall at home, anxiety disorder

Treat Anxiety, Naturally

As humans, we are designed to be alert in situations of potential danger. Our bodies give us a surge of adrenaline to make us ready for "fight or flight" - a response to danger that keeps us alive. In people suffering from anxiety, the fight or flight response is always engaged and ready, whether danger is present or not. Research has shown that this is usually because the part of the brain that deals with conscious thoughts - the cortex - is overactive. It's working overtime, and as a result, the brain has been trained itself to stay hyper-alert and in a constant state of arousal. 

Treat Anxiety with Neurofeedback

There are multiple benefits to anxiety treatment with Neurofeedback. The biggest benefit is that it teaches people suffering from anxiety to help themselves without the need for drugs. By learning to retrain their brain to no longer produce the brainwaves patterns that are largely responsible for the anxiety, and instead make healthier patterns on a more consistent basis, anxiety responses are avoided and a calmer brain stays in control more often. Neurotherapy has been used for many years with solid, proven results, decreasing reliance on medication to remove the symptoms, and improving quality of life.

We have helped hundreds of clients learn to self-regulate their thoughts, feelings and emotions to reduce or remove the anxious feelings that are a barrier to them living a full and happy life.

Before and After Treatment
Young teenage girl and child therapist during EEG neurofeedback session

The initial stages of treatment begin with gathering data on the current brainwave activity of the patient. Painless sensors are placed onto the patients head at specific sites to track current brain wave activity so that the neurofeedback practitioner can see what needs to change in the brain to reduce or eliminate the anxiety.

The patient then begins the neurofeedback therapy treatment sessions in the comfort of their own home, training the brain to operate more efficiently several times a week.  The client knows if the training is working by receiving visual and auditory cues as they change their brainwaves to the desired state and self-regulation occurs. Visual stimulation darkens and lightens as brainwave patterns change

Over the course of the treatments, neurofeedback creates new circuits in the brain resulting in permanent positive changes. Read more about the neurofeedback process.

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Contact us to find out how Neurofeedback can help with Anxiety.

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Over the years, I sought professional help from one doctor or therapist to the next, I even gave hypnotism a try on a few occasions to unlock these gripping side effects of my head injuries. They were all dead ends. I was regularly on and off different medications for depression and anxiety. The side effects from the medications were worse than the battle with depression and anxiety. I gave up.
Then, I was introduced to Dannelle. I learned that she was working with people suffering from physical and emotional issues using something I had never heard of called Neurofeedback therapy, it sparked my interest. She is so informative, and willing to offer her thoughts and always willing to listen and answer questions. Her patience and passion for her work is immeasurable. She is thorough and well prepared and her confidence in her ability is easy to see and the therapy program worked beyond my wildest expectations. I highly recommend her “A+” therapy and her personal skills.

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Tennille Ballard Gregory

My son, Zayden had Neurotherapy last year for his ADHD at ONS. It really worked on his focus and attention span! He has done so well in Middle School. He couldn't have done it without this! Dannelle is very good at what she does and such a sweetheart! I recommend 100%!!

Tennille Ballard Gregory

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I truly believe Dannelle and Neurofeedback saved me from my slump.

She is also a perfect counselor, guiding me through life’s road blocks and speed bumps. Never before have I received advice that makes perfect sense when told. She actually knows, what you’re facing and draws out a plan to tackle self-worth.

It’s hard to even write this as my former lack of motivation seems eons ago. Equally as important, my cognitive abilities have been resurrected from the dead, which are very important at a television reporter. I no longer forget words and am no longer frustrated with mind fog.

I’ve met a lot of professionals in this field, and Dannelle one is the best.”

Liz Bryant

Anxiety Treatment Timeline

For informational purposes only. Individual Anxiety treatment plans may vary.

45-60 minutes

Initial Anxiety Treatment Consultation

We meet and discuss your or your child’s case details and suggest a tailored anxiety treatment plan specific to your scenario.

60-90 minutes

Testing and First Treatment

In the first anxiety treatment session we test the brainwave patterns using a sophisticated EEG equipment and establish a baseline. Imbalances are recorded and a specific course of at home anxiety treatment is established. Patient receives neurofeedback equipment to take home in order to proceed with anxiety treatments from the comfort of their own home which saves both time and costs from a more traditional strictly in-clinic approach.

10-12 weeks

In-Home Neurofeedback Training

Patients conduct in home neurofeedback training with equipment provided by the ONS team, 4-5 times per week. It takes approximately 40 minutes to conduct the Neurofeedback/EEG Biofeedback training for best results.

Post Training

Final Review and Retest

This in-clinic session will retest the new brainwave patterns to confirm anxiety treatment effectiveness. Most clients will already see the results first hand in changes prior to the retest.

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