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What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback, also known as EEG biofeedback, is based on five decades of research into helping people learn about and change their brain waves. Neurofeedback is biofeedback with an EEG. EEG stands for electroencephalogram, a mainstream medical instrument that measures brain wave activity. Brainwaves are the result of electromagnetic signals constantly generated by the human brain that can be measured by an EEG. Neurofeedback training uses the power of modern computers to capture and analyze brainwave activity, and then turn it into useful information to feedback to your brain about its own functioning. Using non-invasive EEG techniques to measure brain waves, the brain is able essentially to "look in a mirror" and notice what's not on track. With this information, it can re-regulate and improve its functioning. Neurofeedback is a drug-free, non-invasive training process that can help restore the brain waves to better patterns of functioning.

Neurofeedback training has helped people with:

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Decreased mental functioning (memory, alertness, concentration)

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Sleep Management Problems

  • Trauma

  • Anxiety

  • Chronic Pain

  • Depression

  • Fatigue

  • PMS, Menopause

Neurofeedback is also used extensively as an element of peak performance training for performers, athletes, pilots, executives, and other professionals.

Anyone can benefit from improved brain function. The brain governs all physical, mental, emotional, and intellectual behaviors.

If you:

  • Would like to quiet your mind

  • Change the way you react to stress

  • Would like to increase your attention span

  • Need better sleep

  • Often feel tired or overwhelmed

  • Don't enjoy life as much as you feel you could

  • Are taking medication but are unhappy with

    • the results​

    • the side effects

    • the long term cost

.... neurofeedback may help. 

If you come to me for training, we will use state of the art neurofeedback to take advantage of the powerful ability of the central nervous system  to take in information and use it to regulate itself, and to do this in the way that is physiologically right for you.

What is EMDR?


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and is effective in treating multiple emotional disturbances successfully in a shorter amount of time than other traditional approaches. 

EMDR is a psychotherapeutic techniques that uses bi-lateral stimulation in the form of right-left eye movements (or tactile and auditory stimulation) to help the brain to become “unstuck” or “unfrozen” and allows maladaptive memories to be processed. 

Originally developed to treat PTSD and general trauma-related symptoms, EMDR has since been proven to be effective in treating:

  1. Grief and Loss; Death of a loved one including beloved pets

  2. Test anxiety, Relational anxiety, Performance anxiety, Worries, Panic Attacks; Troubles sleeping

  3. Abuse: Physical, Emotional, Verbal, Sexual; Rape survivors  

  4. Trauma: Natural Disasters, Fire, Childhood trauma and abuse

  5. Depression, Sadness, Low Self-Esteem, Anger

  6. Stress reduction and Disturbing memories

*For Counselors Who Are Interested In EMDR Certification

I provide Consultations towards EMDR Certification


For more information, EMDR International has a comprehensive overview of EMDR.

To schedule an appointment, please contact Dr. Hundley at 407-973-0872, or email

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