“I’m so tired”. Get a handle on exhaustion and stress to find your natural energy with Neurofeedback. When was the last time you felt rested? Most of us do not get the sleep we need, and science shows that quality sleep is vital to our emotional and physical wellbeing. During sleep, the brain has a chance to sort, prioritize and file all the information taken in during the day.
If we’re not sleeping as much, or as well as our brain requires, we just don’t function optimally, not to mention feeling exhausted. Neurofeedback is a non-invasive brain training technology that calms the central nervous system which helps the brain reorganize itself resulting in less stress, calmer and better sleep. Come learn more about why sleep is important, some simple, practical tips to improve sleep and how neurofeedback can help.
Kara Stamback came to the Skagit Valley in 1992 to get her Master’s degree in Psychology at WWU. She fell in love with the Valley and joined the family business, a consulting organization helping people lead happier and more productive lives. She became a partner and with her sister developed an online learning division bringing their work to 36 counties. In 2013 Kara learned about neurofeedback when it was recommended by children’s hospital for her son. Her family was helped so much by this technology that she became a student of and eventually took over the practice of Joan Cross who had been offering neurofeedback in La Conner for 10 years. She continues to be inspired by how many ways the body benefits from neurofeedback as it optimizes the central nervous system often alleviating symptoms like migraines, sleep issues, PTSD and ADHD/ADD and focus issues. With her local coaching and neurofeedback practice she helps clients who struggle with the effects of stress, anxiety and overwhelming issues in their life to find peace of mind, clarity and a path to solutions to their problems and enhance performance.