How's Your Mood?
According to recent studies, at any given moment, about 1 in 11 Americans meets the criteria for clinical depression! An estimated 55-70% of those who suffer from depression do not respond adequately to anti-depressive medication. While it is essential for anyone suffering from depression to be evaluated by a qualified medical professional and to have access to a qualified therapist, many people require additional support.
Biofeedback, neurofeedback and massage therapy can provide substantial benefit to most people who suffer from depression.
Biofeedback and neurofeedback teach clients how to gain influence over their mood, and to manage the anxiety that is often associated with depression.
Heart-rate variability biofeedback training can be particularly effective for many people in learning how to feel their authentic feelings, which are often inaccessible during bouts of depression, and in balancing and stabilizing mood.
Neurofeedback teaches clients how to influence brainwave patterns that are associated with depression.
Massage therapy can also provide substantial support to people who suffer from depression. According to some reports, massage can be as effective as psychotherapy for many people.
At the center, our approach is “training, not treatment”. We teach people how to manage their nervous systems as effectively as possible, so that they will be able to experience life as fully as possible. While some of our clients require continued use of medication after training at The Center, many do not. Most people who complete a training program find that their ability to experience a full and satisfying life is greatly enhanced.