Clinical neuroscientific research over the past decade has been focusing increasingly on  the non-invasive brain stimulation methods as a promising tool for improving mood, cognition and functionality. Due to their capacity to affect the electrical activity of the brain in a direct, controlled and non-invasive manner and their potential to trigger neuroplasticity, methods such as transcranial direct, alternate and random noise electrical stimulation are rapidly gaining popularity in the treatment of emotion dysregulation disorders, for improvement of cognitive performance and in neurorehabilitation, for restoring function after traumatic brain injury and stroke.

At the Bright Bright Centre we offer qEEG, symptom and function-guided non-invasive brain stimulation. This can be received while on task, as a standalone treatment and in combination with neurofeedback brain training.

We currently utilise the following non-invasive brain stimulation methods:

Transcranial electrical brain stimulation (tDCS, tACS, tRNS)

Pulsed electromagnetic field stimulation (pEMF)

Integrated Listening Systems

Audio-visual and cranial electrical stimulation

Transcuteneous vagus nerve stimulation