The Wall Street Journal Reports on Neurofeedback

The Wall Street Journal has published an article titled "Brain Training for Anxiety, Depression and Other Mental Conditions."

The article describes neurofeedback as "a new treatment for psychiatric disorders like depression and anxiety."

Neurofeedback has been used since the 1960's to benefit people with a wide variety of symptoms. The article describes the use of advanced technology to research and better understand why neurofeedback works so well. The article is a good read and includes a lot of interesting facts about the brain, depression and neurofeedback.

Here are some additional articles about neurofeedback published by the Wall Street Journal.

Brain Training for Anxiety, Depression and Other Mental Conditions
By Andrea Petersen
Jan. 18, 2016

To Treat Depression, a New Approach Tries Training the Brain
By Andrea Petersen
June 1, 2015

The Inner Workings of the Executive Brain
By Andrew Blackman
April 27, 2014

Neurofeedback: A Brain Flex to Help Athletes Train for Better Performance in Competition
Updated July 11, 2012

Mental, Physical Training for Olympic Volleyball
By Jen Murphy
Updated July 11, 2012

Getting Your Head in the Game
By Russell Adams
Updated July 29, 2006

A Reporter Donates His Brain to Science
By Russell Adams
Updated July 29, 2006

Training the ADHD Brain
By Robert J. Davis
Updated Jan. 18, 2005