Scientific understanding of the way the brain works has been changing rapidly. Less than a decade ago, brainwave patterns were believed to be unimportant; the brain fixed and unchangeable. Neuroscience was therefore deemed ‘scientifically impossible’, thus subject to immediate dismissal.
These days, medical science has realized that these long-held beliefs about the brain were simply medical myths. Neuroplasticity (the brain’s ability to learn and change through life) is now the focus of scientific inquiry rather than ridicule.
The brain sciences have advanced so quickly that medical establishments have yet to integrate approaches based on this new view; hence few psychologists and physicians have an understanding of neural re-wiring or its clinical applications.
My program employs a sophisticated, evidence-based approach with quantifiable results backed by 20 years of clinical application. Still, old biases die hard and mainstream acceptance of neurofeedback is slow mostly because of the lack of qualified psychologists, therapists, counselors, and coaches.
Change is coming from a fundamental shift in philosophy, and by consumer demand for simple, safe, science-based common-sense solutions.