Fight or Flight: Using Neurofeedback to Treat PTSD & Substance Abuse

The Salvation Army Bell Shelter in Los Angeles, CA, has implemented a new tool to help people get back on their feet: Neurofeedback. An emerging & non-invasive treatment, Neurofeedback helps treat the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and substance abuse. Watch the video to see some of the incredible stories of change happening at the Bell Shelter, and to learn how neurofeedback works, and why it’s been so effective. The Salvation Army would like to thank Homecoming for Veterans ( http://www.homecoming4veterans.org/ ) and EEG Info ( https://www.eeginfo.com/ ) for their generosity in helping establish the neurofeedback clinic at the Bell Shelter.

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