Dr. John McManus, PhD
As a psychologist, I was first introduced to Neurofeedback twenty-five years ago when several of my clients sought my opinion of this intervention as an effective alternative therapy to medications to alleviate symptoms. After doing extensive research, I wondered if Neurofeedback might help me reduce my own symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). I decided to work with a Neurofeedback practitioner who was one of the founders of Neurofeedback, Dr. Barry Sterman at UCLA.
Once I completed my own course of training with Neurofeedback, I was actually able to stop my ADD medication. This convinced me that Neurofeedback was not only effective, but a much more preferable way to reduce and treat my clients' symptoms. More recently I was able to stop taking an anti-anxiety medication with neurofeedback training.
I have really enjoyed offering Neurofeedback to hundreds of clients and seeing their success with the training. I am convinced that Neurofeedback has made as huge a difference in their lives as it has in mine.
I hope you will also look into how Neurofeedback can help you or a loved one.