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Case Studies

Case Studies

Client A:

Came after telling us of their ordeal with anxiety. The person had tried a number of ways to overcome the issue including cognitive behavioral therapy, yoga and meditation and was taking antidepressants prescribed by the GP. Employing both biofeedback and neurofeedback, supported by cognitive behavioral coaching, Client A regained their previous zest for life. They were noted to smile more, to hold themselves in a more relaxed way and to engage with life more positively.


Client B 

Was referred by someone who knew of our work. Issues were identified in the assessment that led to heart rate variability training, a form of biofeedback. Three training sessions over a period of a week and accompanied by diaphragmatic breathing at the person’s resonant frequency at home twice a day was sufficient for them to be able to function as they had previously. The progress made by this person was noted by their family who did not know of their work with us and those acquainted with their work. Another person was referred by the original referrer on the basis of what was achieved in this case.


Client C 

Came because of work performance issues. We realized that this person had issues that went wider than their work but heart rate variability biofeedback training overcame the wider issues so that the work issues were addressed. The progress made by this person was noted by their family and those acquainted with their work. This person has referred a friend.


Client D 

Was facing a very serious operation also took medication for high blood pressure. They were taught diaphragmatic breathing at their resonant frequency and practiced at home twice a day. They also engaged in neurofeedback training to produce a calm but alert state. Within a week, when their blood pressure was tested at hospital it was found to be in the normal range for the first time in a number of years.  Several further tests showed that the person’s blood pressure remained in the normal range.  After the operation, the person recovered more quickly than the other people who underwent the same operation earlier in the same day and the nursing staff, who knew nothing of the biofeedback and neurofeedback training, commented on how the person was calmer and dealt with the operation better than the other patients.