Covid-19 Communiqué: May 14, 2020
Greetings once again,
Week one with a return to neurotherapy after the spring shut-down went quite well.
Upon arrival now everyone sanitizes their hands and my new medical temperature-scan can read their temperature.
So far most of us here in Montana enjoy the relative safety of our geographical buffer, but as the nation tries to reopen businesses, our protection may not last and another shut-down could be necessary.
In the mean time, some patients retain their masks through our brain-training sessions while for others the extra sanitation efforts provide enough safety.
Please know that you are welcome to return to brain training practice as you feel comfortable. A totally blossoming garden and flowing stream await your return.
My very best,
Lora Lonsberry Ph.D.
Lora Lonsberry PhD –
Neuro and Psycho Therapist
Dr. Lonsberry offers multi-disciplinary psychotherapy and neurotherapy services to provide traditional and innovative intervention options for individuals with neurologically based difficulties in their lives. She works with adults and children who have problems with attention, anxiety, mood, social relatedness, learning and behavior as well as pain and trauma issues.
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Located in Kalispell, MT, Lora Lonsberry Ph.D. offers non-pharmaceutical options for the treatment of brain based problems in living including PTSD, depression, anxiety, attention issues and developmental trauma disorders. Many clients have also experienced solutions for pain management, migraines and addictive habits as well as other health behavioral issues.
She provides counseling and neurofeedback training - a form of biofeedback that focuses on brainwaves. This is accomplished via a computer assisted training technique that modifies brain behavior and plasticity through a monitored, focused feedback training process helping them heal from the inside out - treating the source, rather than the symptoms of brain dysregulation.
Neurotherapy reinforces self-regulating brain patterns that contribute to life choices connected to health and happiness. Athletes have found it a positive contributor to peak performance and thus neurofeedback has found its place in sports medicine.
Her mission is to help individuals and groups live more creative, meaningful and conscious lives. She achieves this mission by integrating heart, mind, body and soul in the healing process and by cultivating each person's individual journey toward wholeness. Neurofeedback can be used to address the spectrum from brain dysregulation to mystic states. It addresses a spectrum of brain dysregulation disorders and can be used for applied neurotherapy, designing and implementing treatment protocols for children and adults with attention disorders and autism spectrum disorders, as well as depression, trauma, anxiety, sleep disturbances, addictive disorders, pain control, head injuries and loss of function associated with disease and normal aging. Neurofeedback can be used as a tool, not only to treat dysregulation, but also to attain optimal mental agility, enhanced athletic and musical performance and personally meaningful transformational experiences.
Dr. Lonsberry is a strong believer in life-long learning and inner-life development. Her mission is to enable her clients to find the strength and dignity to create autonomy in their health and their lives. To leave behind outdated beliefs and repeating patterns which hinder the flow of living more healthfully in the here and now.