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Kristine Stein

BSc, MS in Herbal Medicine & Nutrition, BCIA Certified Neurofeedback Clinician

About

Kristine Stein holds a BSc in Biology from the University of Wisconsin and a Master’s Certificate in Herbal Medicine & Nutrition from the California School of Herbal Studies. She is also a BCIA Certified Neurofeedback Clinician. Kristine uses her knowledge and years of experience in multiple healing modalities to assist clients on their health journey. Kristine really enjoys educating her clients and providing them with the tools that they need to restore their health. One of Kristine’s biggest passions is working with plants and herbs. She is the owner and operator of Brew City Botanicals which creates handmade organic body care items and currently is a Level One Certified Aromatherapist working on her Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner certification.

Mona Eberle

MSc in Health Fitness Management and Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy, BCIA Certified Neurofeedback Clinician

About

Mona has years of world-wide experience in Naturopathic Health and Nutrition. She holds a BSc in Exercise Physiology from the University of Munich, an MSc in Health Fitness Management and Nutrition from the American University in WDC and an MSc in Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy from the College of Naturopathic Medicine, Dublin, Ireland. Her passion is to empower clients to become their own best health advocate and to support them on their healing journey, no matter what dis-ease they are struggling with. She is delighted to be here in beautiful Wisconsin and loves the kindness and gentle spirit of the Mid-Westerners.

Manda Johnson

Licensed Massage Therapist & Certified Health Coach

About

Coach Manda brings years of experience in natural healing to her massage practice. She received her training at the Wisconsin School of Massage Therapy and is certified in CPR AED, first aid for Health Care Professionals and as a Licensed Massage Therapist.

Elizabeth Bisswurm

Neurofeedback Technician

About

Elizabeth works as a neurofeedback technician and loves to help clients improve their health naturally. She also serves as a front desk attendant.

A long history of Neurofeedback for Depression

A great deal of scientific evidence in the past 30 years has provided evidence for the effectiveness of neurofeedback as a treatment modality for anxiety and depression. In each study, anxiety and/or depression were reduced after neurofeedback training was administered for 3 months.


Get real results with Neurofeedback

A study by Dr. Majid Fotuhi and his colleagues showed that neurofeedback therapy, especially when combined with another form of biofeedback that involved breathing slowly (called Heart Rate Variability training) can be quite effective for reducing symptoms of both anxiety and depression. They performed an assessment with the Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA) symptom checklist. 183 of the 334 clients had abnormal scores for depression, anxiety or both. During the study, clients experienced substantial improvement after 30 sessions of neurofeedback and heart rate variability training. More importantly, many of the clients fell into the normal group after treatment. And for clients who exemplified the most severe symptoms of anxiety and depression, 57.1% of those with severe anxiety and 45.8% of those with severe depression fell into the normal group after treatment.
Evidence from many other studies in recent years continues to show that neurofeedback is a viable treatment option for clients who suffer from anxiety, depression, and related symptoms such as poor sleep, difficulty with attention (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), focus and brain fog.


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Additional Resources

Reasons for Chronic Fatigue

Reasons for Chronic Fatigue

Listen in as Marty Johnson explains what organs could be affecting your energy level causing you to be fatigued. Plus, how to address these health concerns.

Natural Products for Anxiety

Listen in as Marty Johnson, founder of Total Health Nutrition Center, discusses products to combat anxiety naturally.

Frequently Asked Questions About Neurofeedback

An image of a pile of question marks to represent Frequently Asked Questions About How Neurofeedback Works

Find out the first steps, what happens during a normal Neurofeedback session, what a brain map is needed, when you will see results, and more.

Can Neurofeedback Help With My Anxiety?

Neurofeedback Anxiety can be improved with normalizing irregular brainwaves.

One of the main health complaints we see in our Neurofeedback clinic is uncontrolled, unrelenting anxiety. Neurofeedback teaches the brain to work differently, resulting in significant improvements.

Neurofeedback’s Effects on ADD/ADHD, Anxiety & Insomnia

We recommend neurofeedback for anxiety because brainwaves can be guided back to healthy patterns.

With Neurofeedback, we can help teach the brain to train down beta waves in the left hemisphere, which will reduce/eliminate symptoms such as ADD/ADHD, anxiety and insomnia. The NFB is essentially teaching the brain to f...

Can Neurofeedback Help Improve My Sleep?

Neurofeedback for insomnia instead of turning to supplements or medications.

For those of us struggling with sleep, whether it’s trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, we know how devastating and health robbing insomnia can be. There are no simple answers, no quick fixes, no one pill fits all ...

Can Neurofeedback Help With Chronic Pain?

Neurofeedback for Pain: An image on a man curled in a ball in pain.

The brain is essentially in charge of everything in regards to pain in the body, i.e. how severely it’s perceived and where the pain is occurring.

Neurofeedback Can Help With Brain Injuries

A man who suffered from a brain injury may see healing with neurofeedback for trauma.

Both big and small injuries to the brain can ignite a cascade of inflammation in the brain that is very difficult to stop.

How Neurofeedback Helped Mona with Her Sleep Problems

Neurofeedback Insomnia: A woman laying awake because she either can't fall asleep or stay asleep, but Neurofeedback may help!

For me, my stress ignited terrible sleep patterns, leaving me with less than 5 hours of sleep per night for many years. Unless you have experienced insomnia, no one really understands how devastating poor sleep can be an...

Research Studies on Neurofeedback

Research articles to show the success rates of Neurofeedback

Research articles to show the success rates of Neurofeedback.

Potential Causes of Depression

A person crying who is struggling with depression, who hasn't learned about treating depression without medication.

The root cause of depression can depend on several factors including the health of the gut and endocrine system, lifestyle choices, stress, and brainwave activity.

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