Joining forces! Dr Rhodes joins Gray Matters to form Neurofeedback Center of Excellence

New Canaan resident and business owner, Dr Rhodes, joins forces with Westport's Gray Matters to form a Neurofeedback Center for Excellence.

I’m so delighted to be joining forces with Anthony Silver of Gray Matters in Westport. Anthony’s vision is to create a center of excellence for Neurofeedback in Fairfield County.

Neurofeedback or EEG Biofeedback or Neurotherapy, is an amazing technique that trains the brain to improve self-regulation with the aim of improving function. It is safe, effective and drug-free. The technique has been used successfully all around the world for over 30 years but modern computer and game technology has made it increasingly user friendly and accessible!

Training involves measuring brainwave activity and giving feedback by playing computer games, watching videos or listening to music. The feedback teaches the brain how to achieve an optimal state.  

Anthony currently offers QEEG brain mapping, Neurofeedback and Psychotherapy at the Gray Matters Office in Westport. With my experience as a medical doctor in the UK, specializing in developmental pediatrics, as a Neurofeedback Provider and Life Coach working with Special Needs Children and their families, I will compliment the services offered by Anthony and I am confident we will make a great team!

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