Entries by Ashland Neurofeedback

Testimonials From Our Esteemed Clients

We are grateful for testimonials from our esteemed clients. We use IASIS Microcurrent Neurofeedback and other customized, complimentary approaches. “After reading about Suzanne Mark and Ashland Neurofeedback, and having just suffered a minor stoke, I signed up for 20 sessions with her. Suzanne has helped me to release negative feelings about myself and to increase […]

Suzanne Mark Heal Your Life Stuckness

Sometimes in life we reach a point in which we are simply stuck. Understanding and seeing our choices become difficult, challenging and time can pass before we notice opportunities have been lost. Prolonged periods of feeling stuck can lead to depression, anxiety, confusion, and lack of well-being. Our lives get smaller and smaller. So how […]

Freeing Stuck Patterns with Brain Dis-entrainment

What type of neurofeedback is IASIS Microcurrent? This technology is known as “passive neurofeedback”. Traditional neurofeedback (or active neurofeedback), uses a system of reward and the underlying principle of Operant Conditioning to retrain brainwave patterns towards a more optimal state. Passive neurofeedback is aimed at eliciting a response without the individual’s active participation. It is […]

Can “Stuckness” be Brain-Based?

Since receiving Neurofeedback with the customized approaches we use at Ashland Neurofeedback & Therapy, many clients have realized that the source of their difficulties was poor brain function. If you think about it, everything is processed and mediated through the brain, so why not consider the brain first to solve problems? This is often overlooked. […]

ADD ADHD & Micro Current Neurofeedback

ADD/ADHD is characterized by problems paying attention, excessive activity, hyper focus or difficulty controlling behavior that is not appropriate for a person’s age. For people with ADD/ADHD (or other issues) their brain “freezes” in a dysfunctional homeostasis (much like a computer freezes). This frozen state confuses or disarranges the individual’s brainwaves. IASIS MCN Micro Current Neurofeedback briefly […]

Pilot Study

At Ashland Neurofeedback, we use IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback (MCN) a state-of-the-art technology that helps your brain dis-entrain stuck patterns. Here are some commonly asked questions about MCN. What does it do? IASIS MCN helps the brain to achieve a healthier state by retraining the brain and nervous system using low intensity energy pulses. The […]

ADD ADHD & Micro Current Neurofeedback

ADD/ADHD is characterized by problems paying attention, excessive activity, or difficulty controlling behavior which is not appropriate for a person’s age. For people with ADD/ADHD, their brain “freezes” in a dysfunctional homeostasis (much like a computer freezes). This frozen state confuses or disarranges the individual’s brainwaves. IASIS MCN Micro Current Neurofeedback briefly stimulates the brain […]

Could life “Stuckness” be Brain-based?

Since receiving Neurofeedback with the customized approaches we use at Ashland Neurofeedback & Therapy, many clients have realized that the source of their difficulties was poor brain function. If you think about it, everything is processed and mediated through the brain, so why not consider the brain first to solve problems? This is often overlooked. […]

mTBI – A New Way to Heal

Perhaps you’ve heard of a common problem that seems to be plaguing our veteran population? The leading cause of lack of function among veterans is Mild Traumatic Brain Injury or mTBI.  In 1993, the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) generated a standardized definition of MTBI. MTBI is a “traumatically induced physiological disruption of brain […]

Introducing Next-Generation Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is catching on in the Rogue Valley!  What is all the excitement about?   Dr. Daniel Sternberg, a licensed psychologist, and his wife and business partner, Suzanne Mark, opened Ashland Neurofeedback and Therapy in March of 2016 to address many issues quickly and efficiently with Microcurrent Neurofeedback and other customized approaches. As an early […]