Joanne Mills

4 Common Questions About Neurofeedback Therapy

Neurofeedback therapy relies on neuroplasticity to provide results. People with anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism, and other forms of neurodivergence and mental illness can benefit from neurofeedback therapy. Neurofeedback therapy differs from other treatments for mental conditions because it works directly on a person’s brain rather than their thoughts. Here are a few questions that patients may have about neurofeedback therapy. 1. Does neurofeedback therapy hurt? Neurofeedback therapy is not painful. During your session, electrodes will be attached to your skin at strategic areas that correspond to the area of your brain that will be treated.