What isPost-Traumatic
Stress Disorder?


PTSD is often defined as extreme anxiety that includes repetitive and invasive memories about traumatic events. Neuroscience has shown that trauma literally changes the brain and one’s sense of self and the world. In an attempt to protect the person from further harm, the brain increasingly perceives and interprets events and people as dangerous and frightening. While the self-protective brain patterns are helpful in the short term when the actual danger is present, they become maladaptive in the long haul and get in the way of a full life.

Here, atNeuroSource


We use the most evidence based, economical & efficient Neuroimaging Technology (QEEG, swLORETA) to map the brain and discover how each individual’s brain is dysregulated and contributing to their symptoms. Then, we employ the most cutting-edge, well researched Neurofeedback and other Brain Training Tools to optimize the appropriate networks of the brain so the person can improve their mood, motivation, and thinking patterns.

Using other Biofeedback Tools, Epigenetic and Lifestyle Coaching Programs, we also help people understand their brains and bodies and develop the skills and habits they need to continue improving their self-regulation skills so they can enjoy life again.

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What isPost-Traumatic
Stress Disorder?


PTSD is often defined as extreme anxiety that includes repetitive and invasive memories about traumatic events. Neuroscience has shown that trauma literally changes the brain and one’s sense of self and the world. In an attempt to protect the person from further harm, the brain increasingly perceives and interprets events and people as dangerous and frightening. While the self-protective brain patterns are helpful in the short term when the actual danger is present, they become maladaptive in the long haul and get in the way of a full life.

Here, atNeuroSource


We use the most evidence based, economical & efficient Neuroimaging Technology (QEEG, swLORETA) to map the brain and discover how each individual’s brain is dysregulated and contributing to their symptoms. Then, we employ the most cutting-edge, well researched Neurofeedback and other Brain Training Tools to optimize the appropriate networks of the brain so the person can improve their mood, motivation, and thinking patterns.

Using other Biofeedback Tools, Epigenetic and Lifestyle Coaching Programs, we also help people understand their brains and bodies and develop the skills and habits they need to continue improving their self-regulation skills so they can enjoy life again.

News Channel 5 coverage of our work with veterans:

View Coverage Of Our Work With Veterans

What isPost-Traumatic
Stress Disorder?


PTSD is often defined as extreme anxiety that includes repetitive and invasive memories about traumatic events. Neuroscience has shown that trauma literally changes the brain and one’s sense of self and the world. In an attempt to protect the person from further harm, the brain increasingly perceives and interprets events and people as dangerous and frightening. While the self-protective brain patterns are helpful in the short term when the actual danger is present, they become maladaptive in the long haul and get in the way of a full life.

Here, atNeuroSource


We use the most evidence based, economical & efficient Neuroimaging Technology (QEEG, swLORETA) to map the brain and discover how each individual’s brain is dysregulated and contributing to their symptoms. Then, we employ the most cutting-edge, well researched Neurofeedback and other Brain Training Tools to optimize the appropriate networks of the brain so the person can improve their mood, motivation, and thinking patterns.

Using other Biofeedback Tools, Epigenetic and Lifestyle Coaching Programs, we also help people understand their brains and bodies and develop the skills and habits they need to continue improving their self-regulation skills so they can enjoy life again.

News Channel 5 coverage of our work with veterans:

View Coverage Of Our Work With Veterans

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If you’re interested in learning more, we’re happy to spend time with you on the phone to see if the services we offer would be a good fit for you.
CALL NOW (901) 624-0100

Post-Traumatic Stress DisorderSymptoms


PTSD can cause many types of symptoms. The symptoms can be generally grouped into three categories. It’s natural to have some of these symptoms after a dangerous event. When the symptoms last more than a few weeks and become an ongoing problem, it might be PTSD. Some people with PTSD don’t show any symptoms for weeks, or months, or even years. The following categories of symptoms can be triggered either from internal thoughts and feelings or external events.

  • Re-Experiencing Symptoms

    Re-experiencing trauma can be a memory, a feeling, a thought, or a biochemical event from unknown causes. Triggers can be something of which you’re conscious or not. The symptoms that are triggered cause significant problems in a person’s everyday routine.

  • Avoidance Symptoms

    Events, feelings, perceptions, thoughts, and memories that remind a person of the traumatic event can trigger unhealthy avoidance symptoms which disrupt and diminish their quality of life.

  • Hyper-Arousal Symptoms

    Hyper-arousal symptoms are like a thermostat stuck on high. The trauma has elevated your fight or flight response to a chronically unhealthy level. This can make a person feel continually stressed and angry, making daily tasks and relationships difficult.


Post-Traumatic Stress DisorderSymptoms


PTSD can cause many types of symptoms. The symptoms can be generally grouped into three categories. It’s natural to have some of these symptoms after a dangerous event. When the symptoms last more than a few weeks and become an ongoing problem, it might be PTSD. Some people with PTSD don’t show any symptoms for weeks, or months, or even years. The following categories of symptoms can be triggered either from internal thoughts and feelings or external events.

  • Re-Experiencing Symptoms

    Re-experiencing trauma can be a memory, a feeling, a thought, or a biochemical event from unknown causes. Triggers can be something of which you’re conscious or not. The symptoms that are triggered cause significant problems in a person’s everyday routine.

  • Avoidance Symptoms

    Events, feelings, perceptions, thoughts, and memories that remind a person of the traumatic event can trigger unhealthy avoidance symptoms which disrupt and diminish their quality of life.

  • Hyper-Arousal Symptoms

    Hyper-arousal symptoms are like a thermostat stuck on high. The trauma has elevated your fight or flight response to a chronically unhealthy level. This can make a person feel continually stressed and angry, making daily tasks and relationships difficult.

Post-Traumatic Stress DisorderSymptoms


PTSD can cause many types of symptoms. The symptoms can be generally grouped into three categories. It’s natural to have some of these symptoms after a dangerous event. When the symptoms last more than a few weeks and become an ongoing problem, it might be PTSD. Some people with PTSD don’t show any symptoms for weeks, or months, or even years. The following categories of symptoms can be triggered either from internal thoughts and feelings or external events.

  • Re-Experiencing Symptoms

    Re-experiencing trauma can be a memory, a feeling, a thought, or a biochemical event from unknown causes. Triggers can be something of which you’re conscious or not. The symptoms that are triggered cause significant problems in a person’s everyday routine.

  • Avoidance Symptoms

    Events, feelings, perceptions, thoughts, and memories that remind a person of the traumatic event can trigger unhealthy avoidance symptoms which disrupt and diminish their quality of life.

  • Hyper-Arousal Symptoms

    Hyper-arousal symptoms are like a thermostat stuck on high. The trauma has elevated your fight or flight response to a chronically unhealthy level. This can make a person feel continually stressed and angry, making daily tasks and relationships difficult.

PTSD-RelatedImprovements


NeuroSource clients report the following improvements after completing a program of brain training for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder:

Improved Sleep

Falling asleep more easily, staying asleep, feeling refreshed upon waking

Reduced Symptoms

Reduced pain, nightmares, less reactive to triggers & a decrease in hypervigilance

Sense of Calm

Feeling calm in the face of stressors that previously created anxiety

Clearer Mind

Able to think clearly, fewer intrusive thoughts, improved focus

PTSD-RelatedImprovements


NeuroSource clients report the following improvements after completing a program of brain training for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder:

Improved Sleep

Falling asleep more easily, staying asleep, feeling refreshed upon waking

Reduced Symptoms

Reduced pain, nightmares, less reactive to triggers & a decrease in hypervigilance

Sense of Calm

Feeling calm in the face of stressors that previously created anxiety

Clearer Mind

Able to think clearly, fewer intrusive thoughts, improved focus