It’s like physical therapy for the brain.
Scientific, non-invasive help for those who want to work at peak efficiency, and people suffering from brain dysregulations. Neurofeedback has been known to help people suffering from:

Anxiety, Depression, Migraines
Autism spectrum disorders
Sleep problems
Learning disabilities; ADD; ADHD
Traumatic brain injuries
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback, sometimes called EEG Biofeedback, is a system of training the brain with reward sounds to reach a desired outcome.

We use neurofeedback to subconsciously teach the brain how to re-balance itself… referred to as “regulating” in the medical field. This training helps diminish unwanted mental, emotional and even physical symptoms (dysregulations) that can occur throughout life.


Research, Thoughts and Findings

Mental Health

Long Term Benefits of NFB

By Sharrie Hanley | October 31, 2017

One of the questions parents most commonly ask doctors (about use of medication for ADHD, depression, anxiety, or other psychiatric issues for their children or themselves) is, ‘Will I have to take this for the rest of my life?’ It can be a disconcerting idea to be chained to a drug for years if not…

About Dr. Sharrie

Neurofeedback Specialist

Gracie and Me

For more than 20 years, Dr. Sharrie Hanley has dedicated herself to helping people live their fullest and healthiest lives. After years of work in Upstate New York she pursued her degree in Naturopathy and was awarded a doctorate with high honors in 1993.  While practicing, she became intrigued by the impact the brain had on the health of the whole body. This led to the pursuit of extensive studies in neurofeedback, and she ultimately became a sought-after teacher and resource for others learning the trade globally. She moved her Vermont practice to Wilmington, North Carolina in 2016, and has been combining her passion for solving health and wellness problems naturally ever since.