qEEG

qEEGA qEEG (quantitative electroencephalography) is a brain map. It is an objective assessment of how your brain works. A qEEG is a recording of the brain’s electrical patterns or brainwaves at the surface of the scalp. Sensors are used to detect the activity and the brainwaves are recorded.

The qEEG provides us with a picture of your brain – We can then see ways in which the brainwaves are not in balance and are not coordinating the best they could.

Once we can see the reason for your symptoms on a brain level, we can choose specifically how to use neurofeedback so that you can address your issues and meet your goals.

qEEG brain mapping was introduced more than 30 years ago as a means of diagnosing brain function. qEEG’s are used in research to study ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, depression and bipolar disorder, PTSD, anxiety disorders, learning disabilities, and more.  We use this research-level tool to assess your brain function and to track your progress over your neurofeedback sessions.