Tag Archives: biofeedback

Mental Conditions That Can Improve with Biofeedback

What exactly is biofeedback, and how can it help? Biofeedback is an effective non-pharmacological approach to treating mental conditions, including ADHD. It is practiced by child psychologists and other licensed professionals. During biofeedback sessions, clients look at a screen that tracks their involuntary bodily functions. Through access to their own heart rate and breathing rate

Read More…

How Does Stress Affect Heart Rate Variability?

Are you stressed? Stress is a problem in today’s world. With the pressure to perform well and to complete an ever-increasing to-do list, it’s not out of the ordinary for a person to consider himself “stressed” on a daily basis. While stress has a psychological origin, it can also directly affect physiological aspects of the

Read More…

AAP Recommends Biofeedback as Level One Treatment for ADHD

Becoming a Level One Treatment The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) – a renowned association comprising more than 60,000 pediatric medical professionals – recently elevated biofeedback to a level one treatment, “Best Support” intervention for ADHD. This represents a paradigm shift in the medical industry and validates what we have said again and again: biofeedback

Read More…

Why Biofeedback for Stress Management?

Why biofeedback? Biofeedback is a technique that trains clients to recognize their body’s own signals. It helps people cope with stress through the recognition and subsequent control of their internal functions. While people can manage stress through a variety of methods, biofeedback – like neurofeedback and cognitive training – is a therapy designed to produce

Read More…


"My daughter used to come home with at least two Ds on her report card. Now, she is getting all As and Bs, and she's even on the honor roll this semester."

Jane D., Clarksville

Contact Us


4785 Dorsey Hall Drive #109 Ellicott City, MD 21042
office: (410) 531-5087 - fax: (410) 997-2059
Email us Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
Copyright © 2016 The Family Center All Rights Reserved