Form of Biofeedback
LENS is a form of biofeedback or EEG Neurofeedback that helps the nervous system balance and normalize itself. Unlike the others, you do not need to pay attention to a computer screen
LENS is based on EEG. For only a few seconds, LENS mirrors back the brain’s faint electromagnetic impulses. This brain-mirroring allows dysfunctional patterns in the brain to correct themselves.
LENS is a passive process which is particularly beneficial for people with attentional issues, people with autistic spectrum disorders, and individuals with cognitive or emotional problems.
LENS bypasses all conscious conditioning and operates directly on the unconscious process that underlie most of our functioning and self regulation. It optimize the capacities of the person to function effectively, learn new skills and to utilize the skills already learned.
The information signal is far weaker than the electromagnetic field around a wrist watch, yet it triggers the brain to make profound, lasting changes. It is similar to rebooting your computer for a fresh start or defragmenting your hard drive (brain) for optimal performance.
Many clients notice benefits within the first three sessions. This is often reported as a feeling of clarity and control. The brain recognizes efficiency and adopts it as a new way of working. LENS therapy may produce rapid improvement in a wide variety of issues.
LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System)
LENS offers a behavioral, drug-free, and non-surgical way to produce relatively rapid resolution of difficult cognitive, mood, anxiety, mental clarity, energy and physical movement problems when compared with more traditional forms of therapy.
LENS can also help the best and brightest to be better and brighter in all realms of life. It is beneficial for peak performance for individuals who wish to enhance their skills such as athletes, people in the performing arts, and business executives.
“I am not easy to impress when it comes to practitioners. I have been through 20 years of Lyme and mold illness and seen hundreds (literally) of practitioners. Rachael Little at Abbey has been my practitioner for LENS neurofeedback, and I love working with her. She’s compassionate, bright, and has a variety of tools that she is well-versed in working with…”