Using Technology-Based


for Mental Health & Expanded Consciousness

Clinical Services-Research-Training

Technology-Based Interventions

Using state-of-the-art biofeedback technologies, we can monitor the brain and body and use this information to train the nervous system to a more optimal state.  We can also support specific meditative states. This can be done by measuring brainwaves (EEG), heart rate variability (HRV), or brain blood flow (HEG).  At times, it is also helpful to directly encourage the brain into specific patterns using a variety of stimulation techniques, such as photobiomodulation, low power repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, and audio-visual entrainment.  Used separately or together, these technologies can help the nervous system become more adaptive, flexible, and resilient.

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States of Consciousness

Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness (NOSC) can generically be considered anything outside of normal, waking consciousness. Throughout history, we have intentionally sought to change our consciousness through dancing, ritual, music, breath-work, and the use of psychoactive substances. These “altered states” are sought for a variety of purposes including entertainment, enhanced creativity and problem-solving, and spiritual practices/experiences. These states can also be used in a therapeutic context for emotional and psychological healing, often providing new perspectives and insights as well as the opportunity to let go of old patterns and habits.  This type of work will typically involve a variety of techniques (EEG NeuroMeditation, breathwork, sound/vibration, etc.) tailored to individual goals and needs.

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Using 19-channel EEG recording equipment and sophisticated analysis software, our research team is able to study brainwave changes that occur in relation to a variety of interventions. We have conducted cxploratory case studies on a variety of complementary and alternative treatment modalities, including essential oils, qigong, pranic healing, sound healing, conscious cannabis use, and entheogenic medicines. Our formal research has primarily focused on the impact that specific meditation practices and virtual reality experiences appear to have on psychological symptoms and brainwave patterns. 

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