What will the biofeedback sensors do to me?
In short, nothing! Biofeedback is an educational process, and nothing is done "to" the client. Sensitive instrumentation is used to acquire data and information, which we use to increase awareness of when we are achieving certain physiological goals such as reduced heart rate, or lower muscle tension. The client is always in control, and can choose to opt out of any suggested practice at any time.
Is biofeedback covered by insurance?
Some insurance companies will indeed reimburse for biofeedback training, although in some cases a prescription from a licensed health care provider is needed. I recommend checking with your provider to see if reimbursement is available in your case. I have made every effort to make pricing affordable for those who may be paying out-of-pocket. At this time I am not able to process insurance claims.
How many sessions will I need?
The number of sessions can vary depending on severity and duration of presenting issues. It is recommended to have at least 3 sessions, but most people will opt for 6 to 12 sessions to refine and reinforce new skills. Complex or particularly challenging issues may require more time.