A new understanding of mourning means a new approach to healing.
Grief is work. It is an active experience where the bereaved can find new meaning in their lives and create a transformative experience within their loss.
Research has shown that areas of the brain change during trauma and the grieving process
Neurofeedback can help the brain to re-regulate itself to lessen acute grief and prevent the development of complicated grief.
There is no time limit to mourning, but there is a point of closure where acceptance
marks the beginning of new life for the bereaved. This begins with the choice to heal and
A mourners individual experience should be respected, not judged but supported
by the community. Network Biofeedback has the experience and community support to provide a new healing experience for you.
In addition to group work and individual counseling, Network Biofeedback uses Bio-Neurofeedback to treat the symptoms related to the grieving process enabling the mourner to focus better on the grief work at hand. Bio-neurofeedback can help to reduce the need for medications for grief related symptoms such as anxiety and insomnia.
"Grief never ends…but it changes. It’s a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith….it is the price of Love.”
Some Grief Facts: "Embodied Grief”
Grief takes an emotional toll on the mourner; depressive symptoms and increased anxiety.
Grief takes a physical toll on the mourner; chronic fatigue, insomnia and headache.
(Article: Healing your grieving body: physical practices for mourners)
Grief has an effect on the brain; forgetfulness and disorganization.
(Article: Functional Neuroanatomy of Grief)