Dr. Jansons uses state-of-the-art therapies to treat many disorders. These include psychotherapy, neurofeedback and heart wave variability.
Psychotherapy (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
Clients are counseled through their entire treatment process to cope with past, present and future concerns. Generally, positive life changes and decisions result from the combination of neurofeedback and psychotherapy.
A form of biofeedback, neurofeedback helps to restore normal brain wave activity and connectivity to calm the brain. This is done be training positive brain waves, increasing their frequency and connectivity. Many behavioral and emotional problems are the result of a dysregulation in brain waves. Once the brain waves are trained to produce more normal patterns, mood and behaviors also improve.
Heart Rate Variability (HRV)
An effective form of biofeedback, HRV training helps the individual self-regulate breathing and heart rate. This results in healthier mental, emotional and physiological states. It is a tool that the individual can use frequently in order to maintain calm, despite life’s trials. A combination of psychotherapy, neurofeedback and HRV will help individuals achieve very effective levels of self-regulation, control and balance.
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Dr. Laura Jansons
Dr. Jansons is in private practice in Arlington Heights, Illinois. She provides neuropsychological assessment for adults and children and is growing her neuorotherapy and neurofeedback clinic. She has been providing direct therapy, assessment, professional training, and scholarly contributions in her field since 1990.
Dr. Jansons began her career at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Clinical Psychology and master’s degree in Human Developmental Counseling. Her doctorate is from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and she completed her Neuropsychology Certificate Training at Fielding Graduate University. She is a Board-Certified Fellow of the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology. She is also Board Certified in Neurofeedback with the Board Certification International Alliance (BCIA).
Dr. Jansons’ research interests are in Large Scale Brain Systems, neural network dynamics, and cerebellar and vertically organized brain functioning. She is a co-partner in many projects including a start-up company for developing a web portal for patients and advanced clinicians, and she participates in the technical development of custom brain entertainment therapies. She is also a performing musician.