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Psychology - Bloomington

Neurofeedback Presentation

What is Neurofeedback?

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback Therapy uses EEG (electroencephalogram, or measurements of brainwaves) as a therapeutic intervention to help patients recognize and modify thought patterns and regulate and improve brain function to alleviate symptoms of various neurological disorders and mental health conditions.

This lecture on neurofeedback therapy is presented by Rhonda Souder of Bloomington Neurofeedback .


Rhonda Souder's Biography: 

Rhonda was a graduate of Murray State University and the University of Louisville. She has been a mental health therapist in Indiana and Kentucky for over 25 years. In 2020, she opened Bloomington Neurofeedback and became Board Certified in Neurofeedback. Rhonda has used neurofeedback, vagus nerve stimulation, pulsed electromagnetic field, photobiomodulation, and heart rate variability training among other modalities in conjunction with talk therapy.

Neurofeedback Diagram