A Good Rebellion

Lee AnnMental Health, Neurofeedback

When we hear the word Rebellion, we often think it’s a bad thing. But that’s not always the case. After all, America’s foundations were, in part, based upon healthy rebellion, right? Now, it’s time for another good dose of rebellion.  Our modern American culture has adopted some false and limiting beliefs about aging we would all do well to reject. The Power of Beliefs and Culture Our beliefs impact our health dramatically – we read about the science of how our mind influences our body. The placebo effect is an incredible testimony to the power of belief to heal the … Read More

Be Good to Your Brain: Take Your Concussion Seriously

Lee AnnBrain Injury, Neurofeedback

by Dale S. Foster, PhD I have been helping others, and myself, tune up our brains with neurofeedback and neurostimulation technologies for over thirty years. Every time I interview someone for the first time, whether it is for peak performance training or to help with a brain problem, I ask, “Have you ever had a brain injury?” Most respond initially with no. However, upon further questioning they almost always change their answer, remembering a time or times when they hit their head hard enough to alter their consciousness. Upon further reflection, many remember how a brain injury changed their lives … Read More

It’s NEVER JUST a Mental Health Issue

Lee AnnMental Health, Neurofeedback

We humans are complex beings. We have physical bodies made up of many complex systems. Our bodies respond to and are changed by the thoughts we think, chemicals in the environment around us, and the experiences and social interactions we have. And it matters what developmental stage we are in when certain things happen to us. If I experience the death of a parent when I am 50 years old, it impacts me very differently than if I experience the death of a parent at age 5. I get the privilege of speaking to many wonderful people who are struggling … Read More

Timing is Everything

Lee AnnMental Health, Neurofeedback

Dale S. Foster, PhD When I was 14, I got a job working in my grandfather’s garage washing the cars from his used car lot. Before anyone could tell me not to, I was driving the washed cars from the wash rack back to the lot. I remember the day I learned experientially the difference between an automatic transmission and a manual transmission. I had observed others drive a straight shift many times, but I had never done it myself. With the overconfidence of youth, I decided it looked easy enough and so I hopped in the driver’s seat of … Read More

Tune Up Your Brain, Tune Up Your Life

Lee AnnNeurofeedback

I got my first job as a teenager working in my grandfather’s garage. I started out washing the cars on his used car lot and worked my way up to helping the mechanics service customers’ cars and tune up their engines. Getting to drive the cars across the street from the used car lot to the wash rack and back was quite a thrill for me as a 14-year-old. But even more thrilling to me was gaining an understanding of how internal combustion engines worked, enabling cars to provide such wonderfully joyful transportation. I was especially struck by how looking … Read More

Three Habits for a Healthier Happier Brain

Lee AnnNeurofeedback, Nutrition, Wellness Coaching

We all want to experience a deep sense of meaning in our lives. We want to know that our lives matter and feel like we’re making a positive impact in the world. Our brain’s ability to function well affects our ability to feel satisfied and happy with our lives. When we are unable to sustain focus and concentration, when we’re distracted by the shiny objects and squirrels all around us, it’s very difficult to stay a course of action that leads to success and a sense of fulfillment. There are many people in our world suffering from anxiety and depression … Read More

Top 5 Benefits of Neurofeedback

Lee AnnNeurofeedback


My name is Michelle Gross and I am a neurofeedback technician at NeuroSource.  As I help people train their brains with neurofeedback, I get to see firsthand the benefits of this drug free, evidence- based brain training. The top 5 benefits I see are: Improved ability to control mood Increased focus and concentration Reduction in need for or even freedom from medication Better pain management Enhanced motivation to live a healthy lifestyle New clients often come in because they are experiencing symptoms such as poor focus and concentration, anxiety, fatigue, muscle tension and pain, as well as other brain or … Read More