Therapists Who Practice Biofeedback

    Biofeedback focuses on awareness and connection to one’s physical body. Every day we make voluntary and involuntary actions with our bodies, and biofeedback can help make us more aware of those actions, in some ways helping to change and improve them. In this type of therapy, sensors are used to monitor and learn about one’s body and its processes. For example, one thing that may be monitored is heart rate; paying attention to ones breathing and heart rate, especially when discussing stressful topics, can help lead to better body awareness and improve how we process things like stress and anxiety. Biofeedback has been shown to be helpful for many emotional and physical problems.

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    Ken McNeill, MA, APCC

    • Self Integration Here and Now

    • Integrative Coaching & Counseling, Client-centered work grounded in evidence-based modalities. Transformation is our expertise and our passion.
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