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There are numerous therapists at Greenwood Counseling Center that have been trained in standard neurofeedback and the LENS system of neurofeedback offering options for fostering greater improvement in clients’ brain functioning, mood and behavior.

Neurofeedback is often called EEG biofeedback because it is providing information on electrical brain activity and using that information to train the brain to perform more optimally, resetting adaptive behavior patterns. It is a system that is designed to observe brain activity and provide information (feedback) back to the brain through sensors that are placed on the scalp. The client feels nothing during the session, but the brain electrical activity responds to the feedback by creating positive shifts in its functioning.


    • ADD/ADHD

    • Dependence

    • Cognitive functioning

    • Performance optimization

    • Complex PTSD

    • Impulsivity and reactivity

    • Traumatic Brain Injury

    • Migraines

    • Learning Disabilities

The therapists at Greenwood Counseling Center treat many of these areas using neurofeedback and do so in conjunction with the use of other therapy such as EMDR therapy.

There are numerous articles and publications available on neurofeedback and the LENS system. Listed below you will find a few of the resources available:


Hammond, D.C., Editor (2007). LENS: the Low Energy Neurofeedback System. Binghamton, NY: The Hawthorne Medical Press.

Lanius, U.F., Milstein, S. & Ochs, L. (2015). Integration of neurofeedback into the standard EMDR protocol for the treatment of PTSD and/or attachment disorders: Case studies. Presentation at the EMDR Canada Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Larsen, S., Harrington K., Hicks, S. (2006): The LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System): A Clinical Outcomes Study on One Hundred

Patients at Stone Mountain Center, New York. Journal of Neurotherapy, 10 (2-3), 69-

Larsen, S. (2006). The healing power of neurofeedback: The revolutionary LENS technique for restoring optimal brain function. Rochester, VT: Healing Arts Press.

Larsen, S. (2009).  The special applicability of the low energy neurofeedback system form of neurofeedback to traumatic brain injury: The Theory, Biofeedback, 37(3), 104-107.

Larsen, S., & Sherlin, L. (2013). Neurofeedback: an emerging technology for treating central nervous system dysregulation. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 36:1, 1-200. Complementary and Integrative Therapies for Psychiatric Disorders.

St. Clair, M., (2008).  LENS Case Study: Traumatic Brain Injury From AVM (Arterial Venous Malformation). Neuroconnections, 7(29-30).

For more information on Neurofeedback, or to schedule an appointment, please contact us.


For more information on Neurofeedback, please contact Tiffany Freer, LCSW at  tiffany@greenwoodcounselingcenter.com