Applying Neuroscience to Improve Mental Health
The region’s leading experts in qEEG brain mapping and neurofeedback
What is qEEG Brain Mapping?
A method to measure brain function reliably, noninvasively, in a relaxed and comfortable setting. We go beyond describing symptoms, to show their underlying cause.
What is Neurofeedback?
Improving brain function, without medication. Neuroplasticity shows that our brain is always changing. Neurofeedback turns this process into a training tool, improving brain function effectively.
WHAT WE TREAT
Since 2008 Gray Matters has had an unrivaled record of successful outcomes and improved lives. We offer diagnostic Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback for the treatment of a range of psychological conditions.
Gray Matters was formed in 2008 with a single mission:
To bring advances in neuroscience and brain imaging into everyday treatment. The science has evolved dramatically, but Gray Matters has remained at the cutting edge – a center for excellence in the diagnosis, treatment and management of brain health.
We hold the highest qualifications and use the best technology but remain committed to personalized attention and care to set the standard in diagnosis, treatment, and successful outcomes.
As we’ve grown, we’ve become more specialized, attracting the best clinicians with their own areas of expertise. Today, our team has over 40 years of combined experience in qEEG and Neurofeedback, and decades in sports medicine.
We’ve become a valued resource to a range of experts: other therapists, doctors, psychiatrists, neurologists, vision therapists, OT’s, PT’s, and lawyers. We receive referrals from our colleagues and enjoy collaborating. Gray Matters is not a choice or an alternative, it’s a convergence of care.
Our own experiences, and our experiences with our children, brought us to this field with a determination to bring change and to do things better. We treat everyone like family - nothing makes us happier than seeing you, or your children, get better.
Ross joined the Marine Corp two days after graduating high school. He was deployed to Iraq as a radio operator in 2005 and was sent into combat. He described being outside his vehicle when a roadside bomb exploded. The force of the explosion blew Ross off his feet, but he was relatively lucky. He lost many friends that day, with many more wounded. He describes ongoing symptoms of PTSD from what he called “the heaviness of war”.
When Ross came to Gray Matters in March 2022, he described feeling a constant weight on him, saying “I still can’t let go”. He described feeling easily overwhelmed, anxious and emotionally reactive. He had nightmares and was afraid to date, concerned about his restlessness at night. Today, Ross is doing well, and dating!