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Do you or someone you know have the following symptoms?
• Low mood
• Poor concentration
• A change in appetite
• Low energy
• Feelings of guilt
• Decreased interest in activities normally found to be enjoyable

If these symptoms have persisted for 6 months or longer, you or someone you care about may be suffering from depression.

If medication has not worked, or you cannot or do not want to take medication, neurofeedback may help.

(Note: If you or someone you care about has lost the desire to live, they should be taken to the nearest emergency room.)

Research on Depression and Neurofeedback:
Extensive research shows that people with depression have certain patterns of brain waves. Neurofeedback has been used to help the individual shift these brainwave patterns. Several studies and case histories have found that changes in brain wave patterns have resulted in elevated mood, increased energy, better stress tolerance, return to enjoying normal activities, and an increase in self esteem. There are cases in which people on medication were able to decrease their medications or go off their medications.

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(773) 807-0936 |
Email Dr. Kathy Abbott, Psy. D.
3317 W. 95th St., Ste. 205, Evergreen Park, IL 60805

See the following websites for more information
www.isnr.org | www.eegspectrum.com
www.helpforadd.com | www.EMDR.com
Neurofeedback sounds complicated, but it's as simple as learning to ride a bike with training wheels.