Working with clients with

Depression

See the Problem, Then Correct It

Neuroscience is increasingly showing the basis in the brain for depression and other mood problems. For example, many studies have shown that on average, the mood is better when the left frontal cortex is more active than the same location on the right. But not all depression is the same. Some people have a different brain profile with depression.
our approach is different. We measure brain function with a quantitative EEG brain map so that you can see the reason in your brain for your mood problems.
Once we see the source of the problem, we target that area for change through neurofeedback brain training. This allows you to reshape your brain, not just mask your symptoms. We measure treatment outcome with every neurofeedback client.

We can help you back onto the track towards happiness

15%

Of people in industrial countries suffer from depression*

30%

Improvement in their 17-item IIDRS symptom score after 1 month*
*According to this study

Many studies have shown that your mood is positive when the left frontal area of your brain is more active than the right frontal area and that your mood is poor when the right is more active than the left. This well-established finding in neuroscience can be directly applied in treatment with neurofeedback for depression. Three controlled studies showed that mood was improved in college students when the left front side of the brain was trained to be more active than the right using neurofeedback. One study showed that patterns of thinking also changed. Neurofeedback for depression resulted in more positive thinking patterns and a reduction in ways of thinking that have been associated with depression.

At 15 years old I was diagnosed as having clinical depression. I have lived with it all my adult life.

I am now 43 years old and up until 2 years ago had taken a number of different tablet combinations each day and had seen a number of different psychiatrists, while still suffering at least one severe depressive episode each year. I was at a dead end.

Since starting neurotherapy with The Brain Collective I have not had one relapse.

You do the maths...