What is Neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback, or more precisely “Neurofeedback Training”, is a learning-based, completely non-invasive intervention that trains the brain to function more efficiently.
Several studies have extensively shown that Neurofeedback Training is particularly effective in the treatment of attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anger management, substance abuse (addiction), and trauma.
However, Neurofeedback Training has also been shown to be a very powerful resource for those who don’t have any disorder in particular but still want to improve their performance at work and life in general (“Peak Performance” training).
Our range of psychology services and assessments
Cognitive assessments (e.g. IQ testing)
Attainment assessments (e.g. reading, spelling, etc)
Assessments of brain function using quantitative electroencephalogram (3D functional brain imaging)
Groups and workshops for parents and teachers/educators
Online training courses
Individual therapy sessions
ADHD/ADD is among the most commonly diagnosed disorder in children. Contrary to popular belief, ADHD is not only a disorder of childhood, as it can continue into adulthood in roughly 50% of cases. Read more >
Sadness, grief and low mood are a normal part of life. We all have these symptoms, which come and go with the normal ups and downs of life. Depression, however, is a diagnosable condition which leads. Read more >
Anxiety is a natural body and brain response. Anxiety disorders generally occur when anxiety begins to interfere with everyday functioning, like avoiding meeting friends or refusing to go to school. Read more >
Do you or someone you know ever experience out of the blue attacks of anxiety? Does it come with shortness of breath or feeling smothered, palpitations or pounding heart, trembling or shaking, or chest pain or discomfort? Read more >
Watch this short chat with Actualise founder Dr Michael Keane at a recent IRELAND AM interview
What former Actualise clients have to say