1 of 13 Pam Tarr describes how Neurofeedback works for people with PTSD including veterans and active duty service people.
Bear Dogzaka David Roy Green of WHEN interviews Pam Tarr & Siegfried Othmer of EEG Institute & Homecoming 4 Veterans in Woodland Hills, California.
Dr Siegfried Othmer is the co founder and Chief Scientist of the EEG Institute which provides clinical services in Neurofeedback. Pam Tarr founded Homecoming 4 Veterans after she personally experienced the effectiveness of Neurofeedback and saw a vision of how it could help so many people, especially those with PTSD.
The EEG Institute provides clinical services in Neurofeedback brain wave training for treating PTSD, autism, ADD, hyperactivity, anxiety, depression, migraines & traumatic brain injury.
Training the brain to function at its maximum potential is similar to the way the body is exercised, toned and maintained. Brain training exercises the neural pathways that allow the brain to have better function in a variety of areas.
Homecoming 4 Veterans is national outreach program to provide free neurofeedback training for veterans for the rehabilitation of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and issues of brain performance resulting from traumatic brain injury, blast injury, concussion, whiplash, and chemical exposure.