Balance Mind and Body with Biofeedback
Biofeedback, also known as psychophysiological therapy, is a research-based therapy that transforms stress by teaching people to balance the mind, body and emotions in a way that improves resiliency and promotes wellbeing.
Studies reveals biofeedback therapy is beneficial for people experiencing anxiety, depression, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, certain sleep disorders, gastrointestinal issues, chronic pain, headaches, and for people facing stressful life circumstances.
Biofeedback is the secret tool of corporate executives and professional athletes who use biofeedback training to improve cognitive performance; The ability to remain calm yet alert during high-stress situations helps us to make good, informed decisions quickly and with ease.
Option 1: Biofeedback with Psychotherapy (Karen’s Office)
Biofeedback may be combined with psychotherapy to treat mental health issues. The therapy involves learning techniques that shift the body’s physiology from a state of imbalance to one of coherence. Coherence is the physiological state when the heart is most in sync with the rest of the body.
Biofeedback usually involves 8-12 twice-weekly private office visits lasting about 45-minutes each. We will work together to determine the specifics of your treatment program based upon your individual goals and needs.
Option 2: Biofeedback for Leadership Development (Your Office)
Biofeedback in the workplace are private or group sessions held on-site at your office. Karen specializes in high-performance cognitive training for senior professionals who face high-level decision-making in high-stress and high-conflict work situations. Biofeedback training helps professionals develop the skill and confidence to wisely handle whatever arises.
Option 3: Wellness at Work (Your Office)
The Wellness at Work program is a day-long event where your employees sign-up for a 30 minute biofeedback or guided imagery session with Karen. This program is ideal for morale when technology groups are in a release cycle, or when other long-hours and weekend work is required. Wellness at Work invites employees to enjoy a healthy break while learning a new skill that promotes relaxation, supports creativity and innovation, and can improve cognitive performance and decision when practiced over time.
Are you ready to get started with biofeedback?