Who We Are

Mind Gym is a hope and healing company that primarily uses Neurofeedback as well other wellness therapies such as counseling, mindfulness, coaching and more to help you change your life. We believe that you are the hero of your own story. We are here to simply guide you on the journey of that story - helping you along the way whenever you need it. When you come to the Mind Gym you are like family and we will use all of the resources that we have available to help you reach whatever goals you have set for yourself. Whether that’s obtaining peak performance in your sport or job, becoming more focused, sleeping better, or just simply finding peace and happiness – we are here for you. We have seen countless clients heal in the most profound ways from Neurofeedback. We would love to hear your story and help you.

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Conditions We Work With

Here at Mind Gym we have seen marked improvement in many conditions through the use of Neurofeedback. See the conditions that we work with below





























Our primary tool for healing is Neurofeedback. Neurofeedback uses advanced brain training technology to optimize your brain for peak functioning. Just as we can train our bodies to perform at their best, so can we train our brains. The way our brains respond to stress, extreme emotions, flawed thought patters, and general brain functioning can all be improved by neurofeedback. By rewarding correct thought patterns, we can train our brains and ourselves to come back to a state of optimal functioning and self-regulation. We do this by recording, analyzing, monitoring, and then training brainwaves and brain connectivity.

In our initial meeting you will receive a full quantitative EEG (brain map) to gather data from your brain. Once the data is obtained we create a brain training protocol that is specific to your brain and your ultimate well-being. Sessions last 15 minutes during which optimal brain functioning is rewarded with visual and audio rewards.

This is simply a process of learning or training where your brain trains itself based on the rewards that it is receiving. It is safe for individuals of all ages and is a drug-free, natural contemporary mental health option.

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No side effects.

No significant or negative side effects

Cost effective.

Over the long term, it is cost effective.


We accept most major insurances.

Promotes internal control

Medication promotes external control.


Does not cut the skin or enter the body

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Neurofeedback is recommended for individuals who are:

Seeking a Better Option

Do not respond well to traditional approaches.

Seeking Psychotherapy

Benefit from psychotherapy and neurofeedback.

Seeking Self Regulation

Want to self regulate brain functions.

Seeking a Natural Option

Are looking for a natural alternative to medication.


Why use Neurofeedback for your own wellness?

Many clients we meet these days are looking for healthy non-invasive, non-drug reliant alternatives. Neurofeedback does exactly this by helping the individual learn to regulate their brain simply through audio and visual rewards. Neurofeedback helps clients to regulate their brains so that other healing modalities like psychotherapy, meditation and mindfulness, coaching, and more can be more effective. Once the brain is regulated you can go deeper in your healing and see more real and lasting change. It is truly a healthy alternative and the only mental health option that looks directly at the brain before setting a treatment plan.

Poor Medication Results

Clients need more help than medications and psychotherapy.

Better Results

Symptoms improve more rapidly than normal psychotherapy.

Well Documented Results

Proven life-changing results in children & adults.

Evidence-Based Research

Considered well-researched and evidence-based.

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90% of children who die
by suicide have a mental health condition


70% of youth in juvenile justice systems have at least one mental health condition


1 in 5 adults or 43.8 million in the U.S. experiences mental illness in a given year


Adults in the U.S. living with serious mental illness die on average 25 years earlier than others


We have watches that count each step we take, phone applications that tally each calorie swallowed and burned, "smartshirts" that measure our heart rate and respiration.  We are living in an era of personal data tracking — yet many experts say we're missing a huge opportunity to use our body's data to change our physiological activity for the better.

Researchers are beginning to develop new forms of neurofeedback, which could help people learn to alter patterns of brain activity associated with any number of maladaptive cognitions and behaviors.  Early studies indicate that feedback with real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) could help in treating clinical disorders including depression, schizophrenia, addiction and chronic pain.


The goal of mindfulness training is to help the client become aware of and accepting of, his or her full experience as it occurs moment by moment.  Awareness and acceptance leads to a release of stress, sadness, anger, and anxiety.  The goals of mindfulness training are to help reduce and eventually eliminate harmful neurocognitive states and processes that arise from inefficient neurological and electrical patterns in the brain such as destructive rumination, worry, self-blame, judgment, negativity, pain and more.  A client who learns the skills of mindfulness tends to achieve better emotional, mental, relational, and physiological regulation over time.  This skill can offer a constant source of comfort, stress-reduction, insight and illumination.

Practicing mindfulness

Reduce stress by improving distress tolerance

Reduce anxiety by improving distress tolerance

Achieve better emotional regulation

What our clients say

As we near our yearly celebration of things for which we are thankful, I am mindful of your organization and the many instances of dramatic healing that are occuring through neurofeedback around the world - due in large part to your efforts. Blessings to you and that which you seek to accomplish.

Steve Enriquez
Denver, CO

My adopted daughter who is highly ADHD and has difficulty focusing in school has been on medication for over 6 years. She completed neurofeedback and has been taken completely off her medication for the past 6 months and is doing great in school. She has not had any behavioral issues reported by her teacher since her treatments. I was not sure what I thought about neurofeedback but am glad we tried this form of therapy and got her off medication for her own health.

Denver, Co

We're definitely doing something right! Our 6-year old son has become very polite, courteous and agreeable. He is concerned about other's feelings and whether he is being good. He is showing more initiative to do things that he has been asked to do. He has drawn more pictures in the last three weeks than in three years.

Angela Cane
Cherry Creek
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CEO & Co-Founder

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Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S.—43.8 million, or 18.5%—experiences mental illness in a given year.

Approximately 1 in 25 adults in the U.S.—9.8 million, or 4.0%—experiences a serious mental illness in a given year that substantially interferes with or limits one or more major life activities.

Approximately 1 in 5 youth aged 13–18 (21.4%) experiences a severe mental disorder at some point during their life. For children aged 8–15, the estimate is 13%.

1 in 5 adults in the U.S 18%
1 in 25 adults in the U.S. 4%

1 in 5 youth aged 13–18 13%
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Attention Deficit Disorder



Treatment of ADHD, in recent years, has primarily been prescribed stimulant medications.  In addition, we are all aware of the concerns with side effects of long term use of stimulants used in pharmaceutical approaches.  Neurofeedback therapy as an alternative has been proven to be effective in a number of scientific studies.  In the case of traditional pharmaceutical treatment, improvements have not been reported in areas of social and academic skills.  Some studies do show varied results on effectiveness, but Neurofeedback has been described as improved attention, decreased hyperactivity, and increased academic and social skills.

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Anxiety and related disorders have successfully been treated with Neurofeedback.  Studies reviewing anxiety and depression show symptoms can be significantly decreased using Neurofeedback.  Based on self-reports, those suffering from anxiety in phobia-related disorders reported decreased levels of anxiety using Neurofeedback.  Those suffering from PTSD also showed improvements, reporting decreased anxiety utilizing Neurofeedback therapy.  Neurofeedback being a natural way to retrain neural pathways, it is proven effective without the risk of potentially dangerous side effects of prescription medication.

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Study after study has shown the effectiveness of Neurofeedback on symptoms of depression.  Research has found that there is a biological link to disorders like depression, anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorders.  Despite the biological link, prescribed medication is only mildly more effective than placebo in the treatment of these problems. Studies, including individuals with varying disorders including depression, prove Neurofeedback has significant effects in patience with major depressive disorder.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

PTSD is a widespread mental health concern with dangerous long-term consequences.  Neurofeedback has shown promise alleviating overall PTSD symptoms, including underlying neurobiological consequences.  Studies also prove Neurofeedback treatment to be effective on those who have not responded to other treatment modalities.  Even studies from the Department of Defense condone Neurofeedback treatment for PTSD, saying "We determined the feasibility of the standalone EEG-only neurofeedback training protocol based on in combat-related PTSD."

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Migraines effect 4 million people monthly according to the Migraine Research Foundation.  Neurofeedback is shown to reduce migraine headache frequency by at least 50% (Stokes).   Formal interviews were conducted as well as patient self-reporting to determine the effectiveness.  Neurofeedback is a proven treatment for migraines based on another study showing a complete cessation in more than half of the participants, while the remaining participants reported at least a 50% reduction in migraine frequency.

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Learning Disabled (LD) children

Neurofeedback is an operant conditioning procedure, by which the subject learns to control his or her EEG activity. One study describes 4 out of 5 children designated Learning Disabled showed changes compatible with maturational improvement, based on types of brain wave changes.  They go on to say that 4 out of 5 children, treatment showed improvement both behaviorally as well as electroencephalographically.  Industry standard tests including TOVA and WISC were utilized to collect this information.  Read the full research study below for further details.

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Sleep Issues

Sleep Issues

Recent studies have suggested that an impairment of information processes due to the presence of cortical hyperarousal might interfere with normal sleep onset and/or consolidation.  As such, a treatment modality focusing on CNS arousal, and thus influencing information processing, might be of interest.  Using Neurofeedback, one study looking at pre and post measures in insomnia patients shows overall improvements in total sleep time.  Among the test groups, only the Neurofeedback training resulted in the increase of total sleep time.

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Attachment Issues

Poor self-regulation of arousal is central to the behavioral difficulties experienced by children with traumatic caretaker attachment histories.   EEG biofeedback teaches children to self-regulate brain rhythmicity, which may in turn affect global improvements in the areas of attention, aggression, impulse control, and trust formation.   Research literature reports successful use of neurofeedback for children with ADHD, autism, asthma, stroke, and migraine.   This study extends current research by investigating the effectiveness of neurofeedback in reducing behavioral problems commonly observed in abused/neglected children.

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Attachment Issues