300 million people worldwide suffer from depression. Though Major Depressive Disorder symptoms can be treated with therapy and medications, after a depressive episode many people still experience feelings of guilt and lower self-esteem. Neurofeedback is an effective way to help boost self-esteem of depressed patients and strengthen connectivity in the areas of the brain that are affected by depression. 

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Caitlin Bailey, M.Ed., LPC