Tiff Thompson

Neurotherapy for Stress and Anxiety with Tiff Thompson, Ph.D, MFT, QEEGD, REEGT, BCN



Anxiety is the low-hanging fruit of neuromodulation successes. These patterns are often found in the frequencies of beta, which are responsible for executive functioning and processing (making plans, setting goals, contemplating, sequencing tasks, solving, etc.) and in these faster frequencies we also have the ability to think about the future. The future is littered with “ifs,” however, and the uncertain future can send many into spirals.

This two-hour lecture examines the profiles of stress and anxiety, as well as the resolve of them with neuromodulatory approaches. With intensive treatment, abnormalities can move as quickly as in one week of time. This lecture is designed so you can make the treatment of anxiety your low-hanging fruit, too.

In this lecture, participants will learn:

  1. How the mind, brain, and body coalesce neurochemically to create symptoms of anxiety, worry, fear, dread, and doubt
  2. Simple neuromodulatory techniques and approaches to release the patterns of anxiety