$200 per session, 45 – 60 minutes
Neurofeedback is a brainwave training therapy, also called EEG Biofeedback that uses real-time brain feedback to train individuals to modify and control their brainwaves, with the goal of improving cognitive and emotional functioning.
The training consists of a therapist monitoring brainwave patterns and evaluating the most beneficial electrode placement. Another computer monitor with a game format is used by client to train and make changes in the brainwave patterns. With thorough training, new neurological patterns become more functional.
We partnered with Bewell Rehab to make this modern therapy available for our clients.
Treats Depression, Anxiety, PTSD and other mental illness
Improves many sleep disorders
Improves creativity, memory and mental clarity
Improves chronic pain and migraines
What is the process?
Initial consultation to review diagnosis and goals for therapy
Client is scheduled for their session
Electrodes are placed on the scalp to measure brain activity, and provides feedback to the individual in the form of visual or auditory signals.
Client can then learns to regulate their brain activity in a more desirable pattern, which can have a positive impact on their symptoms and overall wellbeing.
Neurofeedback has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and chronic pain. It is often used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan, along with other types of therapy or medication. While research on the effectiveness of neurofeedback is still ongoing, many individuals report positive outcomes and improvements in their quality of life
About Dr. Eric Reznik
Dr. Eric Yuri Reznik obtained a Master’s degree with honors and a Doctorate degree, both in clinical psychology, from Miami Institute of Psychology. He has a successful practice for over 35 years and he is recognized nationally and internationally for his innovative and comprehensive clinical approach.
Currently, Dr. Reznik maintains a full-time clinical practice at BeWell Rehabilitation and Counseling Group, Inc., in Hallandale, Florida.
He has taught in many colleges and universities, such as Miami Dade College, Florida International University, and several others. Currently, he is an adjunct faculty member at Barry University. Dr. Reznik has published books titled Saminchilu, The Way of Life; Love, Pain, Deceit, and Other Human Mysteries; as well as Therapeutic Martial Arts. He is currently developing the Complete Mental Status Evaluation (CMSE) assessment scale.
Dr. Reznik has also studied and taught Martial Arts since 1983 and incorporates Therapeutic Martial Arts as a form of therapy. Additionally, he uses alternative therapies such as Neurofeedback, light and sound therapies and hypnosis.
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