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Anxiety, Depression, and OCD

Treatment-Spring Texas   912-312-9632

Biofeedback teaches awareness, profound relaxation skills and ways to manage an anxiety attack, as well as ways to recognize, reduce, and control stress responses. It also teaches the individual how to control the brain’s activity and maintain the proper brainwave levels to achieve a calm and focused state. By returning the body to a healthier physiological state, the “foggy head” that anxiety can cause, as well as the feeling of fear and panic throughout the body, are removed.

Conveniently Located in Spring, Texas.


Is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 17 years experience assisting those who are experiencing excessive stress, anxiety, and depression.  He utilizes a Cognitive Behavioral Approach coupled with Biofeedback to assist those in overcoming their anxiety and depression. 


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Treating Anxiety Symptoms with Biofeedback:

Managing anxiety symptoms is on the path to treating it. For many who suffer from an anxiety disorder, they will usually tell you that it never goes away, but they have learned to control it so that the symptoms are less overwhelming.

Biofeedback therapy is a highly effective research-based treatment for anxiety disorders. The individual is taught how to properly respond to their anxiety and it is one of the ways he or she can learn how to manage and control it without the use of medications.

Biofeedback gives the anxious person the opportunity to view his or her physiological responses to stress. When a person becomes anxious, some of the changes that will be displayed visually and audibly with the use of noninvasive instruments are:

  • increases in heart rate
  • hands becoming cold and clammy
  • rapid or shallow breathing
  • skin temperature
  • muscle tension
  • EEG showing higher activity for hi-beta waves in the brain (these waves increase when the mind is stressed)
  • loss of metabolic activity in frontal lobe (showing higher activity in the emotional centers of the mid-brain)