What is Neurofeedback
 Neurofeedback is direct training of brain function, by which the brain learns to function more efficiently. Conditions it is helpful for are focus and attention issues, depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, seizures, migraines, sleep issues, TBIs, learning disabilities, stress, "chemo brain", worrying, pain, and a variety of other issues.  

Dr. Van Der Kolk speaks about how neurofeedback can help with trauma in The Body Keeps the Score:
“Patients need help to change the habitual brain patterns created by trauma and its aftermath.  When the fear patterns relax, the brain becomes less susceptible to automatic stress reactions and better able to focus on ordinary events.  After all, stress is not an inherent property of events themselves--it is a function of how we label and react to them.  Neurofeedback simply stabilizes the brain to increase resiliency, allowing us to develop more choices in how to respond.”  

NeuroOptimal neurofeedback brings awareness to your subconscious and you create more efficient brain patterns. NeurOptimal feedback gives the brain & nervous system a moment-by-moment picture of how it is working. The brain quickly understands that the feedback is interesting and important, and begins to pay attention to it. As the brain observes itself, peak performance results. At the end of training, the brain and nervous system are in a measurably improved place.