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LENS Brainwaves

LENS Neurofeedback

Low Energy Neurofeedback

Eye Movement 
Desensitization & Reprocessing 

Internal Family Systems


Low Energy Neurofeedback System

What is LENS?


The LENS, or Low Energy Neurofeedback System, is a unique and

effective form of neurotechnology that targets the central nervous

system and utilizes real-time brain waves to help alleviate symptoms,

optimize functioning, and reclaim neurological and physiological



Clients across the lifespan, from young children (3 months old) to the elderly, 

and even animals have benefited from LENS therapy.


What makes the LENS different from other forms of neurofeedback?


Each person’s brain waves (EEG signals) are unique to them and are

constantly changing from moment to moment. Utilizing these EEG

signals, (like fingerprints, they are unique to you)

the patented LENS technology matches the feedback to

each person’s own physiological (neurological) profile in real time.


Other forms of neurofeedback may require 40-80 sessions to elicit

change and require much more time per session to obtain results.

The LEN is more efficient, requiring fewer sessions.


What Does a Session Look Like?


During a session, sensors are placed on the head or body and

used to monitor the real-time brainwave activity being emitted at the skin

surface. Your brain waves are unique to you (no two people are the

same) and they change from one moment to the next. The LENS identifies

your unique EEG signature, and uses this information to provide custom



This feedback is an electrical signal reflecting your own brainwave patterns back to you. This can help the brain reset its own electrical signal, which can improve how you feel and how you function. 

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Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing 

EMDR stands for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. It is a powerful way to get the brain to learn much more quickly than usual, which makes possible both rapid realizations about essential truths about a situation or event. This can increase the rate of recovery from the effects of acute psychological trauma and slower but thorough recovery from the effects of chronic psychological trauma. EMDR is now the best researched and validated way of treating PTSD.

How EMDR might work

There are a few theories about how EMDR might work. One theory is that when a trauma occurs the ability to process information is disturbed and a neural pathology occurs. The brain/body freezes the information in its original anxiety provoking form, complete with the original images and negative self-assessment. Researchers think that EMDR is able to “nudge” that material so that the brain is able to neurologically reconnect and integrate the information. It appears that EMDR is able to help the brain finally process “stuck” material, enabling the person to arrive at an adaptive resolution. The painful event or trauma is then perceived as an unfortunate incident, but no longer produces the emotional pain that it did before.

IFS (Internal Family Systems)

Internal Family Systems is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on a client’s internal “parts” and “Self.”

In IFS, the mind is considered to be made up of multiple sub-personalities within each individual’s mental system. These sub-personalities take on different roles, such as an inner critic or wounded inner child, and these parts may hold painful feelings like anger and shame.

The goal of IFS is to help clients access Self in order to heal wounded parts and bring the psyche into balance.

IFS is an evidence-based practice used to treat a range of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, PTSD,

and substance abuse. The treatment timeline depends on your history and the issues you want to address.

IFS is a movement. It's a new, empowering paradigm for understanding and harmonizing the mind and, thereby, larger human systems. 

Disclaimer: I am IFS "Informed". I have completed a preliminary six month IFS training. I have not had IFS Level One training yet.

I will begin Level One training as soon as it becomes available. I have 15 years of experience in a similar ego state model, called DNMS (Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy). 

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