Infra Low Frequency (ILF) Neurofeedback is an incredibly effective therapeutic tool, on offer to incoming clients as part of their care where appropriate. This is a computer-assisted method of behavioural therapy working to relieve symptoms of dysregulation by providing the brain with feedback that allows for a natural process of self-correction.The brain is presented with its own activity in real time by means of visual, auditory and tactile feedback. Through these signals, the brain improves self regulation over time by efficiently shifting arousal levels and learning how to sustain positive states as needed. 

    Neurofeedback will be used to support those situations that we are currently addressing, allowing for a more regulated approach to difficult topics. The brain is self organising and will take the opportunity to be economical with energy output in increasing its efficacy of all its roles where it can. Neurofeedback provides the brain with the information it needs to be able to do this, thus resulting in a system by which typical therapeutic goals – be it behavioural, emotional, or physical – become much more easily accessible. The treatment protocol for Neurofeedback will be decided based on the client’s symptomatic presentation in therapy, and be adjusted accordingly week to week.

    How does it work? 

    During a session, four electrodes will be placed on the client’s head (this is a non-invasive therapy; the electrodes are held in place by a paste). The EEG signal detected by the electrodes is translated by the equipment into a computer animation that correlates with stress levels and brain activity. Depending on the data, the client will receive visual, auditory and/or tactile feedback with the objective of influencing this information by means of neuronal activity. The client remains fully awake and aware throughout this process, and maintains a dialogue to discuss what may be coming up for them during treatment. We would expect to see a level of relaxation, focus, and calm during the process. 

    There are a number of symptoms and ailments that can be treated with Neurofeedback. The best evidence has been proven for ADHD and focal epilepsy. Positive effects on sleep disorders, learning disabilities, TBI, tinnitus and migraine have also been extensively reported in the literature. Along with the therapeutic use of Neurofeedback, there is also an important field of application to so-called peak or optimal performance: when high-achievers are training to improve performance in sport, management, etc.

    We can use Neurofeedback to compliment therapy to help with a number if challenges, including but not limited to:


    • Nightmares
    • Sleep apnea
    • Bruxism
    • Insomnia
    • Restless Leg Syndrome

    Sensory / Perception

    • Hypersensitivity
    • Hypermobility
    • Poor body awareness
    • Motion sickness
    • Muscle weakness
    • Tinnitus


    • Anxiety
    • Emotional reactivity
    • Low self-esteem
    • Restlessness
    • Depressive moods/Depression
    • Dissociative episodes
    • Lack of social awareness
    • Panic attacks

    Attention and Learning

    • Distractibility 

    • Learning disabilities including dyspraxia and dyslexia 

    • Memory 

    • Motivation 

    • ADHD


    • Aggression & Oppositional behaviours
    • Addictive behaviours & Eating Disorders
    • Impulsivity
    • Self-injurious behaviour
    • Compulsive behaviours
    • Hyperactivity
    • Motor or vocal tics


    • Chronic pain
    • Nerve pain
    • Muscle tension
    • Asthma
    • Immune deficiencies
    • Irritable bowel
    • High/low blood pressure
    • Tachycardia
    • Sugar cravings and reactivity
    • Migraines
    • Endocrine imbalances