We begin by understanding your brain

Dr. Sunita and her team treat a variety of issues and clinical conditions using neurofeedback, biofeedback, psychotherapy, and coaching.

Neurofeedback provides a multitude of benefits for the brain and body. It trains both cognitive and emotional skills. This holistic approach translates into increased overall brain performance and benefits that can be used in any situation, whether it is at work, at school or in the household. After a set of neurofeedback sessions in an office or at home, clients report overall improved wellbeing; better mood, more restful sleep and feeling less stress.



Anxiety manifests itself in different ways for different people. Excessive worrying, a dread of bad things happening, racing negative thoughts, and nagging uncertainties can all be symptoms. Anxiety Disorders are defined by the National Institute of Mental Health as anxiety that “does not go away and can get worse with time.” Daily activities such as job performance, schoolwork, and relationships might be hampered by feelings.”

Early research into Neurofeedback discovered that adjusting parts of the brain that function too quickly or too slow reduced tension and anxiety. More science is now showing the specific parts of the brain that need to be re-regulated in order to fix and reduce anxiety.

Neurofeedback uses the brain’s own resources to re-train the areas that control the stress and anxiety response.


Depression robs people of their delights in life and makes them feel trapped inside of themselves. Loneliness and grief can become unbearable. Medication can help, but it is frequently associated with negative side effects. Medication can also lose its efficacy with time. Neurofeedback can help people who are depressed due to a genetic predisposition, trauma, or a condition.

Patterns in the brain waves associated with mood and mood control are frequently revealed by viewing a qEEG. Depression can be reduced by teaching the brain to better adjust these brainwave patterns through repetition and reinforcement.


When it becomes difficult or nearly impossible to concentrate, make sound judgments, or complete tasks – all of which are symptoms of ADHD – the brain’s wave function is out of balance in certain places. Whether the waves are too rapid or too slow, whether there are too many or too few in a given location, they can all induce a variety of symptoms that are very upsetting and bothersome to the individual and those around them.

Neurofeedback research on ADHD in both children and adults is conclusive in demonstrating the treatment’s efficacy. Focus, concentration, emotional stability, and other positive consequences follow when parts of the brain are brought back “online” by Neurofeedback as a safe and, non-medicated method


Most of us wish we had the ability to perform at the level of an Olympic athlete, a top producer, or a member of the 1%. We aim to be the best we can be and work hard to achieve our goals. The body and the brain pay a price to maintain that level. Stress builds up and has an impact on one’s ability to perform.

Especially when we are under a lot of stress, we want our bodies to respond calmly and efficiently. This is a difficult task for the majority of us. Neurofeedback for performance enhancement brings together clarity, productivity, flexibility, attention, confidence, and more.

How is our Process?

We want to get to the root of your concerns, so the most personalized treatment can be recommended to expedite your path to feeling your best

Initial Consultation

Lab Testing

Integrative Treatment plan

Ongoing Care & Support