Springfield Neurofeedback has been in operation since 2013 and is located in the offices of Perfect Health Chiropractic in Springfield, Missouri.  Look for the Springfield Neurofeedback sign in the window. We are behind Red Lobster in the Spring Valley Business Center.

Springfield Neurofeedback
1675 E Seminole, Suite H
Springfield, MO 65804

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Phone: 417-812-5263

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Low Energy Neuorfeedback System

Springfield Neurofeedback proudly offers the Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS).

The LENS is a type of EEG biofeedback, or neurofeedback, that facilitates better self-regulation of the brain and central nervous system.

The LENS is a safe, gentle, non-invasive and does not introduce any foreign substances into the body.

The LENS differs from traditional neurofeedback in that it requires less effort and it typically requires fewer sessions.

The LENS has been in use since the early 1990's.

The LENS has been of benefit for symptoms rooted in central nervous system dysfunction.

The LENS is appropriate for adults, children and adolescents.

For more information about LENS, see the FAQ.



Paul Wickersham, MS LPC trained to become a LENS Practitioner after he experienced the benefits of the LENS. Paul had this to say about LENS.

"Over the years, I had learned to manage my symptoms of anxiety fairly well, however, it was not until I received LENS neurofeedback that I began to experience freedom from anxiety. In addition, my mental clarity improved. I was so impressed with the results of LENS neurofeedback that I wanted to make it available to others. I trained to become a LENS Practitioner and I am now offering LENS at Springfield Neuorfeedback"

Paul Wickersham is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Missouri. Paul worked at a psychiatric hospital for three years and provided counseling services in private practice for eight years. Paul received a Bachelor of Arts degree at Northwestern University and a Master of Science in Counseling at Missouri State University.

Paul has worked with children, adolescents and adults in individual and group counseling. Currently, Paul's primary focus is on neurofeedback, however, he is available for counseling in some circumstances.