HOW IT WORKS

Your brain has an organic ability to heal itself. Neurofeedback provides a mirror for your brain to show it what patterns it is using. This allows the brain to correct 'out of shape' patterns and make intrinsic changes.
 
Your experience will be one of listening to relaxing music and watching visual images on a TV screen. Children are welcome to flip through a book, watch a parents iphone or i pad, color, etc. while listening to music.
 
Small flat electrodes for electroencephalography (EEG) are placed on the ears and scalp (attached with a soft paste). Our software can 'listen' to the electrical patterns of your brain. Anytime your brain is ready to make a switch in pattern it will be provided with feedback in the form of an interruption through the music and visual images. This feedback allows your brain to change its pattern into one that feels more comfortable. 
It is a safe and gentle approach. The software only listens, and interrupts the music as a "cue" for your brain to hear.
 
Eventually your brain knows that it is switching on its own, and will learn to stay in the more comfortable and positive patterns even after the session is over.
All are welcome here. Mothers who would like a treatment are welcome to bring their infants with them. We are a breastfeeding friendly clinic!

"When you touch one thing with deep awareness,
 you touch everything.
"

- Lao Tzu 

Meet Your Trainers

Martha Scott

Occupational Therapist

Martha is passionate about helping others reach their highest potential. Martha's work over the past decade has focused on helping those who have sustained brain injuries caused by stroke, concussion, or trauma. She first discovered NeurOptimal® when searching for a gentle way to calm anxiety and reduce panic attacks. Excited by the personal benefits in symptom reduction and improved mental clarity Martha decided to share this wonderful technology in a warm, serene, and professional environment. She created Forest City Neurofeedback, where anyone of any age is welcome. Martha is dedicated to supporting every person she serves in their journey of healing so they can be at their best to enjoy all the wonderful gifts life has to offer.

Jared Scott

Occupational Therapist

Jared ‘s fascination with neurofeedback began when he discovered the heightened sense of clarity and sharpened focus it provided during personal sessions. Realizing the effective benefits neurofeedback can also have in reducing symptoms of anxiety, panic, drowsiness, and feelings of overwhelm, Jared began to refine his mental health skills and study psychotherapy to be able to offer this as part of his service with Forest City Neurofeeback (coming soon!). Jared’s background as an Occupational Therapist is working with mental health, addictions, and personality disorders. Jared loves working with any age group, including children.

Monica Collins

Occupational Therapist

Monica is always searching for unique and natural tools to enhance quality of life and return to meaningful occupations. A search for alternative approaches to managing ADD is what lead Monica to Neurofeedback. After learning about the gentle way in which NeurOptimal® can help individuals of any age, Monica became passionate to offer this service to the community. Monica has a wide range of clinical experiencing ranging from physical rehabilitation, chronic pain, lactation consulting, mental health, and geriatrics. Monica believes that we all have the innate power within us to heal. Training with NeurOptimal® can provide this process and bring you back to your fullest potential!

Becky Moran

Occupational Therapist

Becky is an award winning therapist with a special interest in brain injury and concussion work.

Becky pioneered the development of several approaches used to assist those recovering from brain injury as part of her passion for innovating new tools to aid healing. Becky is part of the

Neuro-optometric Rehabilitation Association and is a devoted advocate to helping individuals of any age resume meaningful life activities. Becky is always looking for new approaches to helping with recovery. Neurofeedback is just such a tool as it is non-invasive and effective.

 190 Wortley Rd Suite 9,

London, Ont  N6C 4Y7

forestcityneurofeedback@gmail.com