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Neurofeedback Therapy in Oklahoma City


Heal From ADD, ADHD, OCD, Anxiety, Insomnia, and Depression Without Drugs

What is Neurofeedback?
Neurofeedback Therapy in Oklahoma City

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a therapeutic technique that helps individuals by training them to regulate their brain activity. During a neurofeedback session, sensors are placed on the scalp to monitor brainwave patterns, and this information is displayed on a computer screen in real time. Patients are then guided to consciously modify their brain activity through various exercises and feedback cues, such as games or visual displays. Over time, this can improve various aspects of mental and emotional well-being, making it a potentially effective non-invasive treatment option for enhancing brain function.

What it Helps

Change Your Brain & Change Your Life

Neurofeedback is a science-based proven treatment to help you improve without drugs or talk therapy.​

  • Anger

  • Anxiety

  • OCD

  • PTSD

  • Addictions

  • ADD

  • ADHD

  • Bipolar

  • Depression

  • Learning Disabiities

 "Neurofeedback under Dr. Vicki Wyatt was a game changer for my son who is an adult on the autism spectrum. A few years ago, after a traumatic and very disappointing event, he began a rapid spiral to the point that he had to drop out of school, lost his job, and became for the most part, socially unresponsive. He was having intrusive and suicidal thoughts. He began neurofeedback therapy with Dr. Wyatt, and within a few visits, he began to feel much less anxiety and started to have hope again. He is now back in school and has maintained a steady job. He has even been given pay increases and received recognition for his solid work ethic, excellent customer service, and dependability at his job.  I will always know now, where to turn if anything like that ever happens again. Never lose hope!"

Grateful Mom of Son with Adult Autism

How it Works


How It

STEP 1 //


The session begins with an initial assessment where sensors are placed on the client's scalp to measure brainwave activity. This data is then processed and displayed on a computer screen, providing a baseline understanding of the client's brainwave patterns.

STEP 2 //


During the training phase, clients are engaged in various activities, such as playing simple games or watching visual displays, while the neurofeedback system continuously monitors their brainwave activity. Clients are given real-time feedback, often in the form of auditory or visual cues, which encourage them to consciously modify their brain activity towards desired patterns. For example, they may be encouraged to increase focus or reduce stress-related brainwave patterns.

STEP 3 //


Neurofeedback sessions are typically conducted over multiple sessions, and progress is monitored throughout the course of treatment. Data from each session is analyzed to track improvements in brainwave patterns and associated symptoms. Adjustments to the training protocols can be made as needed to optimize the effectiveness of the neurofeedback therapy.

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