How Neurofeedback Can Help Students

Numerous studies have found Neurofeedback to improve basic reading, reading comprehension, and IQ in 

children diagnosed with learning disabilities.  Studies have also found that Neurofeedback provides relief 

for students struggling socially and emotionally.  Because it also helps with emotional disorders such as

depression, and anxiety, Neurofeedback it is quickly becoming very popular with students all over the United

States, and the rest of the world.  Students who receive Neurofeedback report being more present with their

studies, and in their lives.


In October 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics report on Evidence-based Child and Adolescent Psychosocial Interventions concluded that for the Attention and hyperactivity behavioral problems, biofeedback/Neurofeedback was a “Level 1 Best Support’ intervention.  This is the highest level of support given by the organization. 

Today, students of all ages are using Neurofeedback to help them get into competitive programs.  They report less anxiety, clarity in thought, and better scores on tests and exams.