Frequently Asked Questions

Your brain is control central for your mind and body. It’s the originator of your every thought, the storehouse for all you’ll ever learn.

It monitors and manages all the physical activity of your life, and it determines in large measure how you respond emotionally to the world around you.

Q. Why does neurotherapy work?

The brain is amazingly adaptable and capable of learning. It can also learn to improve its own performance when given the proper cues. Using the data obtained from the brain mapping (QEEG) as well information from the client regarding symptoms, history and other assessments, the neurotherapist is able to assist the client or develop a protocol to help the client make adjustments that will improve efficiency and functioning. Neurotherapy challenges the client’s brain to obtain and maintain optimal performance. Gradually, the brain learns and begins to retain this new level of functioning.

Q. Is virtual therapy an option during COVID?

Yes, our office is providing therapy services via Zoom for those who are uncomfortable visiting our physical location due to COVID. If this is something you’d like to do, please mention virtual therapy to your counselor when scheduling an appointment.

Q. Is neurotherapy/neurofeedback covered by insurance?

New Vita Neurotherapy is a cash practice only. (We accept checks, credit cards, or debit cards provided at the time of service.) We do not file insurance claims; however, we will supply receipts and documentation that will assist you with filing for reimbursement from your insurance provider. Feel free to contact us if you have more questions.

Q. What can I expect during a neurotherapy session?

Each client is different. The structure of each session will be generated based upon the unique needs of the client. Each session will last approximately one hour. Neurotherapeutic approaches and techniques will be used in that one-hour session, including neurofeedback, biofeedback and traditional counseling.

Q. How long does training usually take?

Neurotherapy is a learning process; therefore, results are seen gradually over time. For most conditions, 10 to 20 sessions are typical and 20 to 40 sessions may be needed. Many clients have reported improvement in mood stability and improvement in their ability to relax as well as an improvement in their ability to manage life stressors fairly quickly. Certain complex problems may require up to 60 sessions.

At Neurotherapy, we view each client as an individual with his or her own unique needs. Therefore, the number of sessions will depend the unique needs of the client.