Neurofeedback in Palm Desert

Neurofeedback Therapy in Palm Desert is offered as a service to the region as part of the community partnership mission of Dr. McReynolds. Neurofeedback is provided by trained clinicians and open to citizens of Palm Desert and the surrounding area. Clinicians assist clients in the neurofeedback sessions, which typically last 30 minutes twice per week. Clients typically begin seeing results in about 10 hours of training, yet outcomes vary case by case.

About Dr. Connie McReynolds

Dr. Connie McReynolds- Licensed Psychologist

The neurofeedback clinic in Palm Desert is overseen by Dr. Connie McReynolds, Licensed Psychologist. Dr. McReynolds’ career spans more than 30 years in the rehabilitation field working with clients with diagnoses such as psychiatric disabilities, alcohol and drug problems, anger management, anxiety, depression, self-injurious behaviors, ADHD, chronic pain, and sleep disorders.

Her professional background is in Rehabilitation Psychology, she is a licensed psychologist and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. Over her career she has worked in:

  •  A maximum security mental health hospital, 
  • Veterans Administration chemical dependency treatment center
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation hospital
  • Private practice.

Dr. McReynolds has established multiple Neurofeedback Centers in the Inland Empire and been a Professor in rehabilitation counseling graduate programs for more than 22 years.

How Does Neurofeedback Work?

Neurofeedback in Palm Desert

Research has shown that there are normal patterns of brainwave activity for just about any circumstance we experience, from driving to learning something new, to sleeping, cooking, to repeating motions we have performed thousands of times. Sometimes, brainwave patterns become dysregulated and affect our abilities in numerous ways such as memory loss, decreased ability to focus or behavioral change.

Due to neuroplasticity, the brain has the innate ability to form new neural connections in response to learning or new experience. Neurofeedback is a way to utilize the brain’s plasticity by reengaging brainwaves to promote change and healing. Neurofeedback helps you harness the power and natural ability of your own brain to help transform brainwave imbalances without (or alongside) medication. It is noninvasive and includes EEG sensors that monitor brainwaves, and a computer to send feedback to you, such as through scientifically designed brain training programs that look similar to video games.

“Neurofeedback and medication are the two most common forms of treatment for ADHD/ADD. Both are successful in treating these disorders in a large majority of cases. There are, however, significant differences in the ways these treatments work, the potential side effects of their use, the length of treatment necessary, and, importantly the lessons learned by the child of how to correct personal problem”

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Conditions Addressed at Neurofeedback Clinic in Palm Desert

Neurofeedback addresses problems of brain dysregulation. The Morningstar Clinic in Palm Desert address the following conditions:

“Neurofeedback is an effective, drug-free, painless procedure in which the child [adult] learns to re-train the attention mechanisms of their brain, alleviating the condition”

Dr. Stephen Ferrari in a 2012 article/study.


“I can’t say Neurofeedback treatments gave me my life back, because I’d never had life. It instead has given me a life I never thought was possible, full of emotion and joy, rich and fulfilling. My mind after Neuro has the ability to process and understand so much better. There is clarity instead of noise. I can concentrate. I can think about a problem, situation, whatever, and reason it through. I am not constantly having recurring thoughts.”

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