The Missing Peace Center for Anxiety, Expands Clinic

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News just in, is that Licensed Therapist, Laura Rhodes Levin, L.M.F.T., the Founder/Operator of The Missing Peace Center for Anxiety, has just opened another much needed clinic: The Missing Peace Center for the Brain.

This is The Missing Peace’s latest expansion, and anyone in the region who suffers from ADD, ADHD, depression, addiction, anxiety, migraines, Asperger’s, panic attacks and stress disorders; in addition to certain types of insomnia issues, and memory concerns, can now get access to this holistic form neurofeedback treatment .

So What is Neurofeedback, Exactly?

Neurofeedback (AKA neurobiofeedback or neurotherapy), comprises a biofeedback system which registers displays of brain activity in real-time. This is usually in the form of electroencephalography .

Stop-and-Start Feedback

The therapist follows the patient’s brain activity, and will program the computer to cease, if an abnormal number of slow or rapid brain waves are showing; or if the waves are unsettled, and quickly change from fast to slow .

When this practise is continually repeated over many sessions, it generally yields a more normal brain wave rhythm. “Researchers who endorse the technique say they don’t know exactly how it works but they say the changes in brain waves result in improved ability to focus and relax”.

A Message From the Founder

Rhodes Levin stated: “I am thrilled to expand my facility and officially open The Missing Peace Center for the Brain. We wanted to offer patients a facility that focuses solely on Neurofeedback. This way, we can pinpoint the areas of the brain associated with these debilitating ailments and exponentially accelerate the treatment process”.

She notes: “In a nutshell, Neurofeedback is your brain’s ability to look at itself in the mirror so it can begin to self-repair. As soon as your brain is able to see itself, it will know exactly what to do and will begin the process of healing”.

More About  Laura Rhodes-Levin

Rhodes-Levin is a specialist in the assessment and treatment of trauma, depression and anxiety. She attained a MS in Counseling, and has won many awards. Further, she is renowned for her unique perspective on treating anxiety disorders.

She currently serves as a Co-Chair for the Special Interest Group of Integrative Health for ADAA (the Anxiety and Depression Association of America). This is a global non-profit organization, and leader in the research, training and education for depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders.

Rhodes-Levin established The Missing Peace Center for Anxiety in order to provide patients with a broad variety of treatments including mindfulness, meditation, neurofeedback and psychotherapy, to help them return their nervous system to an optimum condition, and thereby generate relaxation and calmness of the brain, mind and body.