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Neuroprocessing, also known as brain mapping, is a therapeutic technique designed to assess cognitive processing and its relationship to mental disorders. This therapy is related to biofeedback in that it allows the client to better understand how to modify thoughts, feelings, and behaviors for optimal brain functioning and mind—body wellness. Much like biofeedback, neuroprocessing is used both as an assessment tool and as an intervention to address mental and physical disorders.

The primary method utilized in neuroprocessing is an assessment called a quantum electroencephalograph (qEEG). This is an electroencephalograph (EEG) that displays brain wave data and uses algorithms to depict the brain wave paths for a more nuanced understanding of brain activity. The quantum aspect depicts the neuroprocessing through colorful topographic images to illustrate the brain ...

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