Based on extensive research the past 5 decades, Tiger Neuroscience can offer you confidence in adopting our proven and extensively used protocols. The research provided is a sample of the volumes of excellent research that has been conducted by credible research and clinical professionals. Our science isn’t new. It was birthed in the research lab of UCLA in 1969 and developed further by dedicated professionals over the past 50 years. We believe the time has arrived to consider and utilize Tiger’s non-pharmacological solutions to treat common and persistent mental health disorders.
Read about established recent research regarding the failure of pharmacological treatments for major mental health conditions by credible sources. This research at a minimum should cause clinicians to pause and consider alternatives to established treatments.
Written to educate both professionals and the general public, this article provides an update and overview of the field of neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback). The process of assessment and neurofeedback training is explained. Then, areas in which neurofeedback is being used as a treatment are identified and a survey of research findings is presented.
Neurofeedback (NFB) and heart rate variability (HRV) training present promising, nonpharmaceutical intervention strategies for anxiety and depression. This report is the first to address whether concurrent NFB and HRV (NFB+HRV) provides a viable intervention for symptoms of anxiety and depression, measured by the Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA) questionnaire. Neurofeedback in combination with [...]
This research examines the failure to treat this common condition and the potential dangers of ongoing long-term drug use in the treatment of ADD/ADHD. Furthermore, Neurofeedback (NFB), with more than 50 years of basic and applied research combining real-time feedback of brain activity with the scientifically-established principles of operant conditioning, to teach trainees how to [...]
Research supports enhanced sobriety and persistence in treatment in those patients who receive neurofeedback alongside traditional addiction recovery protocols. Studies by UCLA and University of Tehran provide evidence of the efficacy in integrating our treatment protocols with standard recovery treatments.