LENS Neurofeedback Therapy

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Unlock Your Brain's Potential with LENS Neurofeedback

*Important - only provided in-person in Coquitlam, BC

At Well Beings Counselling, we are committed to offering cutting-edge therapies that empower our clients to unlock their full potential. One of our specialized interventions is the Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS), a gentle and non-invasive form of neurofeedback that uniquely promotes brain health and overall well-being.

What is LENS Neurofeedback?

LENS Neurofeedback is an advanced neurotherapy technique that allows the brain to reset itself by breaking free from unhealthy patterns and promoting self-regulation. Unlike traditional neurofeedback methods, LENS utilizes extremely low-energy electromagnetic signals to gently guide the brain toward a more balanced and optimized state.

During a LENS session, small sensors are placed on the scalp to measure electrical activity in the brain. This data is then processed by the LENS software, which provides real-time feedback to the brain through precise, low-energy signals. These signals help distrain the brain from dysfunctional patterns, restoring optimal neural pathways and improving overall functioning.

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The LENS Experience

A typical LENS Neurofeedback session is designed to be a comfortable and relaxing experience. Our skilled therapists will guide you through the following steps:

  1. Preparation: You will be seated in a quiet and peaceful environment, where our therapist will explain the process and address any questions or concerns you may have.
  2. Sensor Placement: Small, painless sensors will be placed on your scalp to measure brainwave activity.
  3. Neurofeedback Session: During the session, you may not feel any direct sensations as the LENS software processes your brainwave data and provides gentle electromagnetic signals back to your brain.
  4. Monitoring and Adjustments: Our therapist will closely monitor your response to the neurofeedback and make any necessary adjustments to ensure the session is tailored to your needs.
  5. Post-Session Reflection: After the session, you will have an opportunity to reflect on your experience with the therapist, who will guide integrating the session’s benefits into your daily life.

Benefits of LENS Neurofeedback

LENS Neurofeedback offers a wide range of potential benefits for individuals seeking to optimize their brain performance and enhance their overall well-being. Some of the benefits may include:

  • Enhanced relaxation and stress reduction
  • Improved focus, attention, and concentration
  • Increased mental clarity and cognitive functioning
  • Regulation of emotions and mood stabilization
  • Relief from symptoms associated with anxiety, depression, trauma, and other conditions
  • Restored sleep patterns and improved overall well-being

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Who Can Benefit from LENS Neurofeedback?

LENS Neurofeedback is a versatile therapy that can benefit individuals of all ages and backgrounds. It has been successfully used to support individuals dealing with various conditions, including:

We believe in providing integrative and holistic solutions to support your healing journey. As part of our comprehensive approach, LENS Neurofeedback can help you embark on a transformative path toward optimal brain performance, emotional resilience, and overall wellness.


LENS Neurofeedback is widely regarded as a safe and non-invasive therapy. The electromagnetic signals are extremely low in energy, making it a gentle and risk-free approach. However, as with any treatment, it's essential to consult with our qualified practitioners to ensure it's the right fit for your specific needs and circumstances.

The number of LENS Neurofeedback sessions required can vary depending on the individual's unique needs and goals. Some individuals may experience positive changes within a few sessions, while others may require a more extended treatment plan. Our practitioners will work closely with you to develop a personalized plan and monitor your progress, adjusting the number of sessions as needed.

Absolutely. LENS Neurofeedback can be an excellent complementary therapy when combined with other modalities we offer, such as psychotherapy, counseling, or lifestyle interventions. Our multidisciplinary approach ensures that we address your needs from multiple angles, maximizing the potential for successful outcomes and lasting positive change.

The timeline for experiencing results from LENS Neurofeedback can differ for each individual. Some clients report feeling a sense of increased calm or clarity shortly after their first few sessions, while others may notice more gradual changes over time. It's important to approach LENS Neurofeedback with patience and consistency, as the brain requires time to integrate the changes and establish new, optimized functioning patterns.

Several types of therapy have been found effective in treating anxiety disorders. Some of the most common and well-established therapeutic approaches include:

  1. Cognitive-behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  2. Exposure Therapy
  3. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  4. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  5. Psychodynamic Therapy
  6. Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)
  7. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  8. and more...

No matter what you are struggling with, we are here for you.

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Pareen Sehat MC, RCC

Pareen’s career began in Behaviour Therapy, this is where she developed a passion for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approaches. Following a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology she pursued a Master of Counselling. Pareen is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors. She specializes in CBT and Lifespan Integrations approaches to anxiety and trauma. She has been published on major online publications such as - Yahoo, MSN, AskMen, PsychCentral, Best Life Online, and more.