Neurofeedback Therapy in CT

Neurofeedback therapy in CT has been growing for the past ten to fifteen years and is becoming more widely known. More people are experiencing the therapeutic effects of neurofeedback such as stress relief, improvement of concentration and focus, and improved sleep. David Pavlick of Litchfield Neurofeedback has been dedicated to helping individuals, in Litchfield, CT and surrounding areas, improve their lives with Neurofeedback therapy & Psychotherapy for over 15 years.

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Litchfield Neurofeedback is proud to provide Neurofeedback Therapy & Psychotherapy in Litchfield, CT and surrounding areas. While active in Litchfield itself, the surrounding towns of Goshen, Morris, Thomaston, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, New Milford, Waterbury, Woodbury, and Newtown have seen families come for help. Neurofeedback therapy and psychotherapy to help with ADHD, trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, learning problems, autism, addictions, and eating disorders is available. While other approaches may have brought minor relief or none at all, the availability of Neurofeedback Therapy in Connecticut has been a welcome addition to the health services individuals can obtain due to its effectiveness in relieving the symptoms that overshadow your life and create unhappiness.

Neurofeedback Therapy For Kids

Help For Children

Neurofeedback therapy has been shown to be effective for problems that children have in school and at home. Whether it’s neurofeedback therapy for ADHD, learning difficulties, stress, oppositional and defiant behavior, or the social issues attributed to the autistic spectrum, these can be successfully addressed.

Don’t wait for problems to increase or become entrenched in the life of the child and family. That suffering and harm can be alleviated and even halted in its tracks with our neurofeedback therapy, psychotherapy or both. Children respond quickly to interventions that relieve their problems. Once children are back on a healthy path, natural processes of normal development resume.

Neurofeedback Therapy For Teens

Help For Teens

Teenagers have special issues that can arise and be addressed with neurofeedback therapy and psychotherapy. Eating disorders, drug addiction, alcoholism, smoking, ‘huffing’, impulsive and risky sexual experimentation are specific to the teen life and temptations. Mood disorders that begin to take shape during this time affect who you become and what kind of adult you can be.

Psychotherapy and neurofeedback therapy can help your teen be the adventurous, creative, and successful person they want to be.

Neurofeedback Therapy For Families

Help For Families

Whether nuclear, single-parent, or blended, families often need help figuring out their ‘course’. Parenting is difficult, and, as was said long ago, “kids don’t come with an instruction manual”. Parents can feel at wit’s end to handle the daily management problems while they must work, help with homework, chauffeur children to sports and events, host birthday parties and sleepovers, and make sure the kids get to the doctor when sick. It’s overwhelming.

Neurofeedback therapy can help all members of the family – parents and kids – remove the obstacles that overwhelming stress and confusion create. Psychotherapy can help families sort out issues and conflicts. Whether in a single session or a series, problems can resolve and life can be enjoyable again.

What is Neurofeedback Therapy?

Neurofeedback Therapy or Training is a non-invasive approach to "brain training". It is a learning and exercise strategy that enables you to retrain your own brainwaves and improve your brain's ability to regulate itself. Through practice, you learn to be more in control of yourself and achieve mental flexibility and emotional stability. 

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Neurofeedback applications

David Pavlick, MS, LCSW (founder of Litchfield Neurofeedback) uses Neurofeedback Therapy to treat problems of trauma, addictive and habitual behaviors, anxiety and mood disorders, attention and learning difficulties and much more.

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With Psychotherapy, learn to take care of yourself in ways that promote a healthy life and secure better relationships. Move away from self-defeating patterns and destructive habits. Increase awareness and self-observation, change behavior, think creatively, be decisive, enhance insight and empathy, and resolve conflicts.

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