Archive for Anxiety

Today in Brain Training: Peace in the Middle of the Anxiety Storm…

A client reports, after 10 sessions, that her appetite for food and life have opened up again, she’s now enjoying quality sleep without the aide of any medicines, and she’s got a calm sense of confidence even though she’s navigating through a very difficult personal matter (storm). Here is her survey report:Screen Shot 2015-09-29 at 2.59.25 PM

Posted in: ADD (ADHD), Anger, Anxiety, Brain Mapping, Brain Training, Brain Wave Optimization, Concentration, confidence, Depression, Fatigue, Focus, Health & Exercise, Memory, Neurofeedback, Panic Attacks, PTSD, Sleep Issues, Stress, Trauma, Weight Issues

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Posted in: ADD (ADHD), Addiction, Anger, Anxiety, Bi-Polar, Brain Mapping, Brain Training, Brain Wave Optimization, Chronic Pain, Concentration, Depression, Fatigue, Focus, Fybromyalgia, Health & Exercise, Neurofeedback, Panic Attacks, PTSD, Sleep Issues, Stress, Tourettes Syndrome, Trauma, Uncategorized, Weight Issues

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Today in Brain Training: My Mind Feels Quieter & More Relaxed! 

A 54 year old hispanic male that we reported about earlier tells us that he is feeling much more relaxed. He shared that he’s able to listen and absorb more because his mind is quieter. It’s a great and rewarding day here at the Brain Training Centers of Florida!

Want to learn a little more about the benefits of a quiet mind? Call 305-858-6616

Posted in: Anxiety, Brain Training, Brain Wave Optimization, Concentration, Focus, Stress

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Today in Brain Training: Executive Transcends His Fear!


An executive who lost his job recently and went into an emotional tailspin says “Not only have I experienced a full recovery, I feel like I am now better than I was ever before!”

Marc Taylor, a psychologist for the US Navy, conducted research on Olympic athletes to see what kind of positivity tactics they employed (like repeating positive affirmations) and how this affected their performance. Taylor found that athletes who practiced visualizations and positive self-affirmations were better able to cope with the pressures of high-level competition and were more likely to succeed, Psychology Today reports.

“Our process here at The Brain and Body Training Centers allows our clients to get 10 to 20 years of practice in a matter of weeks!” says Geoff Cole, Clinical Director of The Brain and Body Training Centers. (aka The Brain Training Centers of Florida)

Posted in: Anxiety, Brain Mapping, Brain Wave Optimization, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Sleep Issues, Stress, Uncategorized

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Beating Depression Permanently Without Medications

I have been providing brain waive optimization for the past three and a half years. I have analyzed and provided session plans for over 12,000 sessions. I have now helped hundreds of people overcome their depression permanently without medications. In 2008 I personally overcame my depression without the use of medications and have been depression free since then. I just wanted to personally describe how successful we have been this month helping people recover from their depressions.

In the beginning of the month, a 26 year old male came in because he was having difficulties with his relationship with his fiancé. During his process with us, his fiancé broke off their engagement. He was sadden by this, but did not miss a day of work, and was able to function well. He (and his employer) were quite amazed. He reported that it was devastating, but now he could cope and not sink down into the mire of shame and guilt that he used to experience.

Beat Depression Using Brain Wave Optimization - Brain TrainingAlso in the beginning of the month a 30 year old army veteran who’s Humvee was hit by a missile in Iraq, came in. He was burned on over 80% of his body. This was not however, why he came to see us. He reported that he had an anger problem way before he ever went to Iraq. This was why he wanted help. He completed 16 sessions over a course of three weeks. He has reported never feeling better. His anger is now well under control.

A 30 year old woman came in because she has battled depression for many years. She was in the middle of another bad bout when she came in due to difficulties surrounding her work and her ex-husband. She is now smiling ear to ear.

A 35 year old female physician came in because her stress levels and obsession with the well-being of her daughter were pushing her to a level of having panic attacks etc. Her depression was now causing her much difficulty. She has completed 10 sessions and is amazed at how much better she is feeling.

A 50 year old woman came in for anxiety and depression. She has completed six sessions, and has reported “I am now one of your greatest fans!”

A 22 year old mane came in due to battling depression. He had been taking benzodiazepine addictively. He has now stopped and reports having an unexplained general feeling of happiness.

A 45 year old fireman came in due to PTSD, anxiety and depression. He performed 15 sessions. I received a text today from a friend of his that said “…he told me he really feels great and the training has really worked well…”

The young lady who sent me that text and referred him to me came in to overcome her depression. She performed 16 sessions and has an entirely new lease on life. She has referred many others to us as well. She may be coming in next week to do a video testimonial, which we will be posting to youtube soon!!!!

This has been a great month in beating depression. I felt compelled to report this on our Blog. If you or anyone you know is suffering from PTSD, anxiety, and/or depression, please have them contact us as soon as possible. We are helping people beat this horrible mental disease everyday without medications!!

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Get help from extreme levels of anxiety

A forty year old woman came to our office to get help from extreme levels of anxiety, panic attacks and sleep issues. We performed a modified “intensive” on her which consists of ten sessions in 8 days and cognitive behavioral therapy. She presented with moderate excess Beta waves in the occipitals, and a moderate imbalance while eyes closed. These are indicators of moderate trauma in the last trimester of her mothers pregnancy with her which was causing sleep problems. The increased Beta would contribute to the sleep issues. While eyes open the Beta’s were causing focus and concentration issues. There also was a moderate imbalance in the Parietals with eyes open. This is indicative of a trauma while growing up (ages 3-18).  There were further traumas eyes closed on the temp-orals and centrals while eyes closed indicating more recent traumas from age 20 until now… These were accompanied with traumas while eyes open in the temp-orals and frontals. Indicating current traumas.

Through the cognitive behavior therapy we ascertained that she was the youngest child of six and the in-eutoral trauma was most likely the stress of being pregnant with five little children running around. Also, they were living in Cuba and facing difficult times which may have also added to the stress of the pregnancy. At age 1o her family moved to Miami from Cuba. The children then lived with their grandparents. When she was 18 her grandparents died and the six children moved from relative to relative. After that she went to college and met her husband. They married and had two children. Seven years ago they divorced. The children are 21 and 18 years old now, but for the past seven years our client had been having anxiety and panic attacks. She remembered having similar feelings, but not as intense nor long lasting when she moved from Cuba and when her grandparents died. We ascertained that as the youngest of six, she liked being semi-invisible and being taken care of. Being on her own, dependent on her self and in charge caused her anxiety. The neural pathways housing these emotions were extremely exacerbated when she went through her divorce with two children to care for.

Accordingly, when we performed alpha-theta training (training to release her trauma and allow her brain to create more alpha than theta waves) we started by releasing the trauma related to the events and then started working on the issues behind the events….. This all happens at a subconscious level which we re-enforce with cognitive awareness and self-coping therapy.

The result was that her anxiety has gotten to levels that are either non-existent or very manageable. Since she knows the main cause of the anxiety and we have taught her cognitively and brain subconsciously how to cope with these issues, the anxiety will not build into imbalances in the future and her anxiety free life will remain permanent. Due to the fact that her brain imbalances have been corrected and she is now coping daily, her sleep has improved dramatically and she is living a new life anxiety free.

It has been another great couple of weeks at the Brain Training Centers of Florida.

-Geoff Cole
Clinical Director
The Brain Training Centers of Florida

Posted in: Anxiety, Trauma

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We Teach People How to Calm and Quiet Their Brain On Their Own

Brain Training New Way to Combat Addiction, Anxiety & More

By Elaine de Valle

Published March 14, 2011

| Fox News Latino

Wynonna Judd credits it with curing her food addiction, and a growing number of people have turned to it as a way to curb unwanted behaviors and stress-related disorders.

Brain training, a relatively new, but growing treatment program, uses sophisticated computer technology and EEG equipment to balance the brain’s energy levels through neuro feedback systems and sound waves.

“Think of it as personal training for the mind, rather than the body,” said Dr. Francis Flynn, a clinical psychologist and addictions therapist.

“The brain is the control center for virtually everything that happens in the human body. When it is out of balance, that imbalance manifests in a myriad of ways,” Flynn said, mentioning addiction as one of the most common imbalances. “People eat or use drugs to silence the noise in their brain.

“Here, we teach people how to calm and quiet their brain on their own,” Flynn said.

Posted in: Addiction, Anxiety, Brain Training

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