Finding a QUALIFIED Neurotherapist
There is an old saying among psychotherapists that clients have difficulty in finding a good match because only about 15% of therapists are competent, and of that limited number the client will get along with only about 15%. This wry observation is overdrawn, of course, but the point is that not all therapists or therapeutic approaches are right for you. This is also true of neurotherapists. Further, brainwave therapy is not a stand-alone therapy but must be integrated with other therapies. In selecting a neurotherapist, you should insist upon several basic requirements. These include: an independent license within the practitioner’s jurisdiction, certified training in neurotherapy, and considerable relevant experience. If possible, you should also be referred by a former client of the therapist.