Brain Mapping Understanding Your Brain One Connection at a Time

What is Brain Mapping?

Brain mapping uses the latest technology to help us visualize:

  • How depression, stress, and anxiety effects the brain,
  • Which part of the brain is affected by learning disabilities
  • How chronic pain and fibromyalgia change the brain,
  • How PTSD and other traumas suppresses brain activity,
  • And more!
The process begins with a Quantitative Electroencephalogram (qEEG.)

The qEEG utilized the electrical impulses in your brain to determine your brain patterns. That information is used to generate a visual representation of brain activity – the brain map report.

This report provides an assessment of your overall brain health and serves as a “road map” for neurofeedback treatment to follow.

Brain Mapping Can Help:

  • ADD/ADHD

  • ADDICTION

  • ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

  • ANGER MANAGEMENT

  • ANXIETY

  • AUTISM

  • BIPOLAR DISORDER

  • BRAIN INJURIES

  • CHRONIC PAIN

  • DEPRESSION

  • DYSLEXIA

  • EPILEPSY /SEIZURES

  • FIBROMYALGIA

  • INSOMNIA

  • LYME DISEASE

  • MEMORY LOSS

  • MIGRAINES

  • OCD / TOURETTE'S

  • PARKINSON’S

  • SCHIZOPHRENIA

  • SLEEP DISORDERS

  • STRESS / PTSD

  • STROKE

  • SUBSTANCE ABUSE

Brainwaves

Brain mapping and Neurofeedback target the five primary brainwaves.
Each of these brain waves are responsible for regulating the active and subconscious parts of your body. 

Gamma Waves

Higher Mental Activity,
Perception, Problem Solving

Gamma waves are associated with learning, active problem solving, and for creating a good memory. They occur when actively studying or thinking.

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Beta Waves

Active, Alert, Busy

Beta waves are associated with the mental state most people are in during the day. They occur when alert and focused.

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Alpha Waves

Calm, Relaxed, Reflective

Alpha waves occur when awake, but not processing much information. They occur when first waking up, right before falling asleep, or when resting.

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Theta Waves

Deep Meditation,
Relaxation, REM Sleep

Theta waves are associated with light sleep or extreme relaxation. They occur when the subconscious takes over.

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Delta Waves

Deep Dreamless Sleep,
Loss of Body Awareness

Delta waves are associated with deep, dreamless sleep and regeneration. They occur while sleeping and are responsible for healing the body.

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Each of these brain waves are responsible for different body functions, but all are equally important to your overall health and wellbeing.

Brain mapping and Neurofeedback directly targets irregular brainwaves and restores them to normal ranges.

Brain Mapping FAQs

What is a Brain Mapping Session Like?
It involves nothing more than wearing a sensor cap so we can see and listen to what your brain is doing. We will make sure you’re comfortably situated for the duration of the session, which can take up to or over an hour.
How Long Does it Take?
The initial brain mapping session takes around 60 to 90 minutes to record your brainwaves. Processing the data collected during the initial session takes around 7 to 10 days to analyze and compile into your individual brain map report. 
Is Brain Mapping Painful?
No, brain mapping is not painful since it’s a non-invasive procedure. This means that there is nothing entering your body or penetrating the skin. During the session, you will wear a standard EEG cap, similar to a shower or swim cap, and that will measure your brainwaves.
What Does the Brain Map Produce?
The brain map gives us information that shows the major functions of your brain, such as the cognitive, emotional, memory processing, executive functions, and more. This gives us a visual reference to compare your brainwaves to the normal standards for people of the same age and gender.
Why is a Brain Map Important?
The brain map enables us to see your unique pattern of mental strengths and weaknesses – areas of the brain where there is too little or too much activity, and areas that are not coordinating their activity the best they could. Once we can see the reason for your struggles on a neurological level, we can create a neurofeedback training program to help resolve it.
Why Do I Need to Get Brain Mapped?
We use the brain map for our initial assessment and to track your progress over the course of our neurofeedback sessions. Because of this, we think it is important to brain map clients before they begin neurofeedback training, and once they’ve completed about 25 neurofeedback sessions.

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