Recovery from Addiction
Treatment for Recovery from Addiction
LENS Neurofeedback is a micro electromagnetic field that shows the brain how to reset itself for optimal performance. Clients typically report feeling relaxed and calm with heightened mental clarity and steady emotional resilience. LENS Neurofeedback is not a specific treatment for any one condition, but a general regulation of the central nervous system. New balance in the brain often results in better sleep, focus and moods that together reduces or eliminates symptoms of addiction.
Treatments that Work
Addictions are an extreme form of bad habits. Ending bad habits is what LENS Neurofeedback does best. It clears old survival patterns in the brain while increasing self-awareness that is help patients make better choices about self-care.
In a landmark LENS Neurofeedback treatment study, 80% success rate or better was achieved for an integrated recovery program. The Pennington Study and white papers by Judith Miller fliped the typical average 80% relapse rate to a remarkable 80% successful rate recovery. Clinicians at Echo Rock have come to expect success these high levels of success for clients with reasonably good health and family support.
An Integrative Approach
Besides neurofeedback and nutraceutical testing, your confidential, personalized program might include tapering down medications with our in-house psychiatrist, Dr. Zachary Torry, brain neurotransmitter testing and supplementation, and mindfulness meditation. Other treatments are available with affiliated professionals for chiropractic, weight training, nutritional counseling, functional medicine consultations. EchoRock Neurotherapy’s integrative outpatient program is flexible and invites you to design a recovery program that’s right for you..
Personalized for Stability and Success
We provide just enough structure for you to discover for yourself what works for you. Many clients feel such marked improvement after a few neurofeedback sessions that they are able to let go of marijuana addiction, sustain long standing recovery from alcohol abuse with joy, or withdraw as peacefully as possible from opiate addiction. After neurofeedback, they suddenly find it much easier to make wise choices about taking better care of themselves. In one recent UCLA study, 77 percent of participants who received neurofeedback along with a 12-step program remained abstinent at 12 months.