Neurofeedback can seem complicated, putting sensors on the scalp, measuring your brain waves, tracking changes, but it’s really quite simple. It’s as easy as watching a movie. With Asheville Home Brain Training, you can do it from the comfort of your own home.
While home brain training has been around for the past few years, Asheville Brain Training has been waiting for the technology to exist such that all sessions that are done at home are synced and uploaded immediately to our office, enabling us to track your progress in real-time and make changes to the protocol or sensor locations accordingly. By using this latest technology, it ensures that you get the same great results at home as we are getting in our offices.
As with Asheville Brain Training in-office programs, before we start any neurofeedback plan with someone, we do a brain map. This process is a little more detailed and we have you come to our office for the initial brain mapping, the brain map report, as well as a half-day training on how to use the equipment that we will send you home with.
Halfway through the plan, 20 visits later, we will welcome you back to our office for your second brain map which shows the ways your brain function is changing.
This map allows us to assess your progress regarding all of the 760 points of brain function that we assess during a brain map, and allows Dr. Yonce to very specifically assess the potential need for protocol or sensor location changes to ensure that you are getting the maximum results with the second half of your home training plan.
We will hold your hand every step of the way. Dr. Yonce will meet with you via Skype, Zoom or cell phone to ensure you are implementing your training optimally and finding the correct placement for the training points – and you will have access to Dr. Yonce via these outlets when any questions arise.
The 40 sessions can be done at a frequency of 2 or more times per week. Dr. Yonce will advise you on session frequency based on your initial brain mapping while in our office. This full day of mapping, reports and equipment training is usually scheduled on a Saturday or Sunday, and we are happy to help you secure local accommodations and explore our lovely city of Asheville while you are here.