Harness the Benefits of Gratitude and Positive Thinking

As Thanksgiving approaches, many of us look forward to much anticipated meals together and catching up with friends and family. Whether intentional or not, these gatherings and traditions remind us to be grateful for all we have in our lives. More than just a gobble fest, the tradition of gratitude if we keep at it [...]

Neurofeedback Can Help with Panic Attacks

If you’ve ever had a panic attack, you know how scary it can be. Panic attacks can happen to anyone, but they often come on out of the blue. They can be very frightening with physical symptoms such as chest pain, a racing heart, nausea, feeling faint or dizzy, shortness of breath, trembling, and shaking. [...]

What Medical Professionals Might Not Tell You About Bipolar Disorder

Mental health conditions are not uncommon. In fact, did you know that one in five Americans have a diagnosis of a mental health condition? In the case of Bipolar Disorder, 60 million worldwide are affected by the diagnosis according to the World Health Organization. The good news is that help is now more available than [...]

Get the power to take control of your future

Brain training with neurofeedback can help you achieve your true potential. By using your brain`s natural ability to learn, neurofeedback can help your brain think more clearly and calmly, regardless of the stress you may be under. The result - you get the opportunity to show the world how fantastic you truly are! A creative, [...]

Strengthening Neural Connections in the Brain

Strengthening the neural connections in the brain can improve your response to stress. A new study at Yale University has revealed the relationship between stress and the neural pathways of the brain itself. * https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/05/200527123327.htm The Yale team found that when neural connections between the hippocampus and frontal cortex were stronger, subjects reported feeling less [...]

Neurofeedback Can Help with Cognitive Decline

Recent studies have shown that cognitive decline in healthy old age is neither universal nor inevitable. There are a number of factors within our control that can help with the cognitive decline associated with aging. Proper nutrition, social engagement, physical exercise, and cognitive activity all play a part in improving our brain health as we [...]

Pleased to Announce Our Reopening

To all of our patients: We are pleased to announce our reopening on May 4th. We have had our office deep-cleaned, and have made a number of changes in our procedures to protect everyone coming in for training. Our normal process includes sterilizing the equipment after each use – this was always the case, even [...]

Carlton Neurofeedback Center Covid 19 Precautions

Most of us in the northern Virginia area are receiving emails and updates daily, as concern grows about the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our area and beyond. Rest assured that my staff and I care deeply about the health and well-being of our patients and their families. Due to the nature of our practice, [...]

Help Your Kids Eat Healthier!

Put on a fun cooking show that highlights healthy food recipes for kids Television programs featuring healthy foods can be a key ingredient in leading children to make healthier food choices now and into adulthood. A new study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior found kids who watched a child-oriented cooking show featuring [...]

4 Ways to Cope with the Holiday Blues

For some, the excitement of gathering with friends and family, purchasing holiday gifts, and celebrating holiday traditions are a much anticipated joy. For others, the time leading up to Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa may bring up feelings of anxiety, stress, grief, or depression. The Holiday Blues can happen to anyone, but the good news is [...]