History of Neurofeedback 

The history of neurofeedback is fascinating and researchers have been studying its effects for decades. If you are interested in learning more about pioneers of the technique of altering brain activity and its effects, please click HERE

Brain plasticity

What is neuroplasticity and why is it so important in Neurofeedback?

Although the human brain was once seen as a hardwired organ, we now know that the brain has an astonishing capability to re-wire itself and modify its connections so it can develop, grow and recover through our entire life. Neural plasticity is a fundamental property of a nervous system’s ability to change its activity in response to extrinsic or to intrinsic stimuli by reorganising its structure, functions or connections.

The fact that our brain can re-wire itself in response to certain repeated activities and simulation has opened new opportunities for various different therapies, Neurofeedback being one of them. Brain training techniques such as Neurofeedback encourage the brain in a non-invasive way to support healthy, brainwave activity. When the brainwaves move into an optimal range it can then function at its best.

During a Neurofeedback treatment session, the therapist can monitor electrical impulses produced as your brain cells communicate with.  Training is simple and involves simply listening to music or watching a movie. The brain will be rewarded every time it reaches the optimal levels of brainwaves and the patient will get feedback by seeing it immediately on the screen in the form of uninterrupted moments of watching or listening.

Brain mapping – QEEG (Quantitative electroencephalography)

QEEG is a process of measuring, monitoring, recording and analysing electrical activity in the brain and comparing it to normative values. It is also called brain–mapping because brainwave data turns into detailed picture of functioning of patient’s brain, highlighting any possible abnormalities.

During the brain map patient is wearing a sensory cup with sensors connected to the scalp while the therapist records six minutes brain activity with eyes opened and six minutes with eyes closed. The machine is connected to a computer that records information about the brain activity.

Brain mapping is a precise measurement to determine which areas of the brain are functioning optimally and which areas can be improved. QEEG recording and anylises are guide maps for a neurofeedback therapist to decide what would be the most efficient and effective way to train your brain to the optimal levels that will benefit to achieve your health goals.

Neurofeedback Research 

Significant amount of research available proves the effect of neurofeedback for people with neurological and nervous system conditions.

Below is the list of symptoms that are shown in research studies to be clinically responsive to Neurofeedback:

  • Addiction
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Bipolar disorders
  • Brain Injury
  • Chronic Pain
  • Depression
  • Dyslexia
  • Epilepsy/Seizures
  • Fibromalygia
  • Insomnia
  • Lyme Disease
  • Memory Loss
  • Migraines
  • OCD/Tourrette’s
  • Parkinson’s
  • Stress/PTSD
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Stroke
  • Substance Abuse

To view more about research on the conditions from the list, visit Clear Mind Connection (

Neurofeedback Pricing


Advanced QEEG Brain Mapping & Report

Initial Appointment Includes History, Brain Mapping with report, programme
design and 1st neurofeedback session

Pay as you go sessions (30min session)



10 Session Package
Includes Brain Mapping, History Assessment & Neuro
Programme Design plus 10 sessions
£425 SAVING over PAYG


20 Session Package
Includes Brain Mapping, History Assessment & Neuro
Programme Design plus 20 sessions
£625 SAVING over PAYG


Our 10 and 20 session packages include Brain Mapping, History Assessment and Neuro Programme design for free and result in per session prices of £75 and £70 respectively. If you decide to continue after 20 sessions, then the per session price is fixed at £70.

It is recommended that you commit to 20 sessions (each session taking approximately 30- 45 minutes). This will enable a level of training that should result in the permanent ability for the brain to self-regulate effectively. Most clients are also suitable for ‘double sessions’ that last 75 minutes from start to finish.


Taster sessions

For those who are unsure if Neurofeedback is for them, we also offer a Neurofeedback ‘Taster’ Programme which consists of a History Assessment, Neuro Programme Design and 3 trial Neurofeedback sessions, at a significant discount on the PAYG price.

It should be stressed results should not be expected from so few sessions, but this programme is suitable for those serious about Neurofeedback who plan to upgrade to the 10 or 20 session packages if the ‘Taster’ sessions are comfortable.