The neurofeedback cost in New York is $125 a session. NeurOptimal neurofeedback does not require a QEEG or brain map before the training starts, which is a huge cost savings. The first session includes intake, assessment of goals and completion of self-report tracking tools and the first neurofeedback session.
First session receives $30 off. Purchase a 10-pack of sessions and receive the 11th session for free.
First-time appointments take an hour and subsequent neurofeedback sessions are 45 minutes.
Flexible Schedule: Neurofeedback Sessions available Monday - Friday
Our neurofeedack trainers are also licensed therapists. Therapy as a stand alone session or neurofeedback therapy combination is also available! Schedule a session with one of our NYC Therapists, Natalie, Heather or Alison. Cost per session: $150-$200
We also offer rentals of the neurofeedback machine for home use. The cost for a rental is $600-900/month and the cost per session is as low as $40. Clients often train in-office for a few sessions then switch to a rental for the convenience and cost savings. Learn more >
We offer price matching on any rentals!
All of our neurofeedback trainers in NYC are Certified NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback Trainers with masters degrees and many years of experience in the field of health and wellness. Our neurofeedback trainer team >
After a total of 12 neurofeedback sessions at the NYC training center, I am seeing a variety of positive benefits including falling asleep faster, decreased sensitivity to triggers, and a quicker recovery from bouts of anxiety. In general, I feel more stable and "myself" which translates to the ability to be more present with my wife and son. Neurofeedback training has been a key tool for me in my journey with performance anxiety, and I look forward to each session. I can't wait to see where I'm at once I hit the 20 session mark.
– Elias, NYC
I have done neurofeedback consistently at the NYC Center for about 10 months and it's been a life-changing experience. In the beginning, I went once per week and noticed slight shifts for each time. After about 15 times I went twice per month. Now I feel more at ease, not as worried or anxious and I am more focused at work. I'd highly recommend it.
– Sarah, NYC office
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Neurofeedback is a form of brain training that was developed out of the discoveries of biofeedback. Neuroscientists discovered that measuring and tracking the brain’s electrical activity, or brainwaves, was not only meaningful but could be used as a form of feedback to help correct or optimize the brain’s performance.
The mental and emotional experiences people have are created through the brain’s use of neuro-chemicals and electricity. Lack of mental focus when trying doing school work or worrying when it’s time to fall asleep are examples of how the brain can get stuck in patterns of activity that don’t benefit the individual in their current needs.
Only recently has the speed of computing technology reached a level that neurofeedback devices could be created. The speed of the brain’s computing can now be matched by computers.
With sessions at our New York neurofeedback center, the client learns to reset those negative patterns, allowing the individual to better manage sleep, emotional regulation and cognitive fitness such as focus and concentration.
Often clients report feeling calmer, more focused and relaxed at the end of a session.
Our clients are adults and children of all ages. Each train for a variety of reasons. We see the best results in children when parents also do neurofeedback sessions.
At our neurofeedback center in New York, we use the NeurOptimal system. In 2011, after 10 months of research, we decided on the NeurOptimal device because it met our needs to provide effective and safe neurofeedback while keeping the costs as low as possible.
The NeurOptimal system is a second generation neurofeedback. In the first generation, the skilled trainer would set protocols to encourage the brain to change its brainwave patterns to match those of a ‘normal’ brain. While somewhat effective, it has limitations in that it was taking a linear approach and not using real-time data about the mal-adaptive brainwaves. Potential for creating side effects from over or under training was possible. It also proves difficult because it required guessing which mal-adaptive patterns to prioritize.
With the second generation, the advancements in computing power allowed the design of the system to shift to be synchronized with how the brain optimizes its own performance. The expertise moved from the external trainer to the individual’s brain. This profound shift allowed the neurofeedback to use real-time information about the maladaptive patterns, which is much more precise and valuable than using a QEEG or brain map that was taken months ago.
It also is fully automated making the home neurofeedback device a reality. This shift dramatically reduced the potential cost for clients making neurofeedback at home an option.
After a total of 12 sessions I am seeing a variety of positive benefits including falling asleep faster, decreased sensitivity to triggers, and a quicker recovery from bouts of anxiety. In general I feel more stable and "myself" which translates to the ability to be more present with my wife and son. NF training has been a key tool for me in my journey with anxiety, and I look forward to each session. I can't wait to see where I'm at once I hit the 20 session mark.
– Elias, NYC office