Mountain Vista Psychology’s Neurofeedback Therapy Treatment Expands To Denver CO

Mountain Vista Psychology PLLC moves forward to expanding its services for Neurofeedback Therapy Treatment to all areas of Arapahoe County, including Denver, CO.

With the new year, 2020, right on the horizon, Neurofeedback Therapy has been a consistently growing topic of discussion in Denver, Colorado and surrounding areas. Neurofeedback, also known as EEG (Electroencephalogram) biofeedback, is a therapeutic intervention that provides immediate feedback from a computer-based program that assesses a client’s brainwave activity. Then the program utilizes sound or visual signals so the brain can learn to reorganize or retrain these brain signals. Mountain Vista Psychology has been the leading practice in Colorado with providing information and treatment options pertaining to Neurofeedback.


Over the last 40 years Neurofeedback has been gaining momentum for being an effective and research-based intervention for those with a variety of brain-based mental health difficulties. With technology advancing the way it has, this form of therapy is now more accessible than ever to the Arapahoe County community through the computer-based program. Dr. Steffanie Stecker, Ph.D. is the Clinical Director for Mountain Vista Psychology, PLLC and has been leading the cause in educating Colorado residents about the uses of Neurofeedback Therapy and making MVP the leading practice for administering it. Dr. Stecker is one of under 100 people worldwide who is QEEG board certified. This is the certification that signifies qualification to process brain maps, the road map for neurofeedback.


Mountain Vista Psychology utilizes Neurofeedback to treat a number of mental health disorders. Someone who struggles with ADHD, anxiety, depression, Autism Spectrum, or a mild to moderate traumatic brain injury should look at this treatment option as one worth considering. Dr. Stecker states that “Through specific and targeted learning, clients can learn to improve their brain function and lessen symptoms associated with such disorders as ADHD and anxiety for example.” This non-invasive program, which is available for children, adolescents, and adults with behavior disorders, ADHD, autism, traumatic brain injuries, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and insomnia, is typically conducted over the course of 5 months. It’s a pain-free treatment option.


If interested in learning more information about Neurofeedback Therapy, contact Mountain Vista Psychology, PLLC today to schedule an appointment. MVP will thoroughly explain the entire process, step by step, and what one can expect from start to finish.

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