It comes down to weighing up several factors; affordability and the ability to persevere are two of them. In our experience, the most complex and difficult cases are often the least resourceful after a long history of failed “treatments”. In such cases, it can be smart to do three sessions per week to outrun the previously accumulated frustration.
Others have too many other commitments (e.g. job, kids), are used to putting others first and their own wellbeing last, and then one regular Neurotherapy session per week is better than none.
Consider this analogy: A morbidly obese chain-smoker wouldn’t expect to be fit for a marathon after a handful of workouts. Similarly, complex and difficult patients, struggling with lots of chronic problems and a long history of failed treatments, should not expect to be “cured” in four sessions. Not even Neurotherapy can achieve that.
In contrast, at BODY MIND & BRAIN, we specialise in helping adults and adolescents (>10y). Somebody has to.
We don’t earn commissions, margins, bonuses or cuts, so our clients can be certain that our advice is purely based on expertise, research and experience.
Gold Coast is a beautiful and popular holiday destination and we can arrange for up to twice-daily therapy sessions to make good use of your time.
If you’re currently a highly neurotic, multi-morbid chronic pain patient with a shopping list of symptoms, then we’ll do our very best to change your personality with Neurotherapy.
However, if you’re enjoying life as an entitled jerk due to a Narcissistic Personality Disorder, then Neurotherapy will not be able to change that. Neurofeedback-based brain training improves brain function, but doesn’t alter personal values, core beliefs, behavioural habits and traits that make up people’s unique personality.
In short: Neurofeedback can help you become the best possible version of yourself.
It is best to talk to us about your woes, so that we can advise you as to what makes sense and what doesn’t. We’re not going to talk anyone into Neurotherapy when all they need is a dentist.
Jessica has been Martin’s right hand for more than 12 years. So, if you have something important, then you better talk to her.
Many docs are so busy that they can only talk to Big Pharma’s sales reps during their short lunch break. So, it is silly to expect doctors to take an interest in drug-free therapy for their patients with Functional Brain Disorders.