Neurofeedback for Depression Treatment


If you, your friends, or your loved ones are seeking treatment for depression, assistance with depression, or an effective and natural way to combat depression, the experience of Neurofeedback can be a quick, effortless, painless, and long-lasting solution.

There is a crucial difference between feeling down and being depressed. Feeling down due to a sad event, such as losing a job or the death of a loved one, is a human and temporary experience, a passing moment.

When a person feels depressed for an extended period without apparent reasons, it resembles depression.

Traditional assistance for depression can require years of treatment, with mixed effectiveness.

Medications can help alleviate symptoms in some individuals but may lead to serious side effects that negatively impact the quality of life.

Often, it takes months or even years to find the best medication combination for an individual.

Deciding to change or discontinue medication can involve months of withdrawal and is not without risks.

Therapy with a psychotherapist, with or without medication, can help clients “rewire” their brains through conscious effort.

However, this depression treatment process is necessarily slow, with inevitable setbacks and false starts.

Dynamic neurofeedback changes the game when it comes to natural assistance for depression because results can be felt in just a few sessions, with repeated sessions leading to the lasting elimination of depressive imbalances.

Neurofeedback can help with depression in adolescents, children, individuals with depressive disorders, and the elderly.


In a person with depression, the brain responds to specific stimuli by automatically generating very dark and negative thoughts.

Each time this negative response occurs, the brain reinforces the neural pathways that establish this connection.

Over time, the repetition of this response becomes effortless and deeply ingrained.

Dynamic Neurofeedback targets these blocked patterns by using an EEG and software to customize a signal of micro-interruptions in sound directly into the client’s brain.


One of the significant advantages of Dynamic Neurofeedback compared to depression treatment is that you or your loved one don’t have to do anything except sit, relax, and let the software do its work.

The micro-signal of Dynamic Neurofeedback directly signals the brain to organically reset itself and use the body’s innate wisdom to find the most effective and positive neural pathways, all in just 33 minutes.

The Dynamic Neurofeedback protocol can be completed in just a few weeks (4 to 8 sessions), after which it is recommended to return only for tune-ups (approximately one session per month or as needed).

If you are undergoing psychotherapy simultaneously with the Dynamic Neurofeedback protocol, you may find that you are capable of “getting out of your way” and making faster progress.

Some clients describe Dynamic Neurofeedback as a path through a dark forest.

When the client used only psychotherapy for depression treatment, she felt like someone was in the forest with her, but it was still very dark.

The work of Dynamic Neurofeedback can help a depressed client recognize their progress.


In cases of “mild” depression or dysthymia, positive results are often observed in the early sessions.

It is frequently noted that a client experiences a sense of lightness and relaxation in the first session.

Although this effect is temporary, subsequent sessions encourage the brain to develop and access the new pathways it has discovered until they become “permanent.”

The Neurofeedback coach loves to hear clients say, “I feel like myself again.”