The Balanced Brain
Neurofeedback Training Center

We’re so glad you found us!

The mental health challenges you are struggling with can be overcome. The medications you have been offered or are taking will not cure your problems, they just cover up your symptoms. There is a better way, an approach which addresses the root cause, changing the way your brain itself operates.

You weren’t born this way.

It doesn’t have to be your future.

Our Programs

Our Assessments

About Us

Our Program

Brain circuit training with neurofeedback is our primary focus.

However, nutrition and lifestyle, proper sleep hygiene, belonging to a community and spiritual awareness are all areas of concern for us and we have resources to help you in all of them.

In addition to our highly trained neurofeedback trainers, our basic program includes working with our functional medicine health coach for direct support in lifestyle wellness.

Together we design and implement an individualized program to revitalize and improve your resiliency and self-regulation with a holistic approach to address the root causes of what challenges you.

The best performance of your brain requires the functional integration of your mind and body. Our goal is to have you functioning at your peak as quickly as possible — life awaits!

How can Neurofeedback help?

Mood Issues


Focus & Attention

Sleep Problems

Immunological Challenges


Developmental Delays

Pain Management

Neurological Issues

– Our Programs –

What we do


We employ two different and complementary forms of neurofeedback, Infra Low Frequency and Default Network Training.

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Neuromodulation Technlogies

Complementary technologies which can support and enhance the improvements in your brain performance.

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Health & Wellness Coaching

Work with our coach on diet and lifestyle, sleep hygiene, Heart Rate Variability training, and accountability.

Meditation Training

It aims to achieve balance and maintain the ideal amplification and frequency of your brainwaves. Be in a state of deep relaxation, where memories can safely surface and as a result be processed.

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Our Assessments

In addition to our extensive intake questionnaire, we employ sophisticated measurement tools to measure your brain’s current and ongoing performance levels.

Both to guide our training and to track your progress along the way.


Cognitive Assessment

Symptom Rating Scale

Continous Performance Test

Lifestyle Assessment

Quantitative Electroencephalogram

This 19-channel comprehensive brain analysis compares your brain to a database of high-performing individuals revealing your individual brain connectivity patterns.  This analysis lets us know exactly what areas of your brain to train, at what frequency, and for how long!

Cognitive Assessment

This is a 45-minute home video-based cognitive assessment that gives you and us, valuable information about your current cognitive performance. It will identify specific areas of challenge, and our training protocols can be modified to address those issues.

Symptom Rating Scale

This quantitative scaling allows us to measure and track your response to the training over time.

Continuous Performance Test

We use the QIK test from EEG Expert to analyze several components of your attentional ability. This 20-minute test measures the speed and accuracy of your brain and provides a detailed report on it’s function.

Lifestyle Assessment

A comprehensive look at diet and lifestyle issues that we know can impact the success of improving your overall health. The brain can only work as well as what you feed it and how well you take care of it.

Why Choose Us?

Years of experience

This center has been open since 2007 and the professionals here bring many years of experience and training to help you achieve your goals


We keep current on the ever changing research that neuroscience provides. The techniques we employ have been developed over 50 years of clinical work from a wide variety of practitoners and we integrate them in our programming.

Happy Brains

Our program is designed to train your brain to change its behavior to one of stability and flexibility and to support that with optimal but health and psychospiritual perspective.


We understand that each individual comes to us with their own unique gifts and challenges. Our training is specifically designed with that in mind. Not “one size fits all”.

A Balanced Brain is a Happy Brain

“Cleared the floor so I can do my dance”

I’m literally amazed at how it works and has stayed. Therapy, medications, but nothing has worked like neurofeedback. I highly recommend John and the team at The Balanced Brain and neurofeedback. They changed my life!

– Joanna

“I am happy, energetic, positive and myself AGAIN”

I couldn’t focus, sleep, remain happy or at peace before I started doing NFB. 11 sessions in and I want to cry thinking of the progress I have made!

I am happy, energetic, positive and myself AGAIN. I can’t believe I was missing out on this for years. John saved my life in so many ways.

– Kelli

“Give him 10 stars, John deserves ’em.”

Teachers, friends and family have noticed the changes in my awesome little man and I’m so happy I gave neurofeedback a shot before buying into drug therapy. No side effects, no life-long prescriptions, his brain is actually becoming stronger every session.

– Jules

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