Practice for Neurofeedback Munich
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Neurofeedback Experts from Munich

Neurofeedback to cure mental illnesses – without medication – for children and adults

  • for ADHD, ADD, depression, burnout, autism, sleep disorders, etc.
  • to increase performance & concentration
  • painless and without medication
  • interdisciplinary team of a doctor, psychologists and sports scientists
  • over 3000 treatments per year

Our practice

In the practice for neurofeedback in Munich – directly at the Sendlinger Tor – I, Philipp Heiler – licensed physician, have specialized exclusively in neurofeedback with my team. My team and I are constantly striving for the highest quality in neurofeedback therapy for our patients.

Our interdisciplinary team of psychologists and sports scientists, under my medical direction, looks forward to helping you with your concerns.

Research & Development

In addition to our medical practice, we develop many components of neurofeedback ourselves with our cooperation partner brainboost Neurofeedback.

We are doing pioneering work, especially in the area of feedback solutions. For example, we have developed individual environments in Virtual Reality. This allows us to simulate stress situations (e.g. examination anxiety or nervous conditions during lectures) and to use them as a training environment for the neurofeedback session.

Our promise of quality

We stand for highest quality and expertise in the field of medical neurofeedback

  • full specialization in Neurofeedback & EEG analysis
  • scientific background with own neurofeedback research & development
  • individual medical training protocols & advice from a doctor, psychologist and sports scientist
  • highest quality through latest neurofeedback software and hardware (virtual reality training possible)

Our services

We accompany our patients from diagnosis to treatment to further therapy

qEEG - Neurofeedback München

Most symptoms are directly related to brain activity. They can be represented with the quantitative EEG (qEEG). Pronounced clinical pictures such as depression or ADHD / ADD as well as individual symptoms can be well diagnosed with the qEEG. A qEEG, also called brainmapping, is created and analyzed using the latest technology. It represents the current status of the brain. Our licensed physician Philipp Heiler can identify all problem areas and create a tailor-made training plan. The measuring process during the qEEG is completely painless and only takes a few minutes. More Information

Neurofeedback München - psychologische Beratung

In a personal consultation, our doctor Philipp Heiler or one of our psychologists analyses all data with the patient. Together we discuss and work out your individual training protocol. This is optimally adapted to the wishes and goals of the patient and forms the basis for the subsequent treatment. In addition to neurofeedback treatment, our psychologists will be happy to advise you. In addition, we provide regular further training and actively participate in research. As neurofeedback instructors, we also train neurofeedback therapists ourselves. More Information

Neurofeedback München - Training

Each neurofeedback training unit takes place under the medical supervision of Philipp Heiler or through our psychologists. The treatment takes place in a pleasant atmosphere in our practice rooms in the heart of Munich. After a detailed diagnosis and discussion of the training goals, the therapy starts. One to two training sessions per week are recommended. Especially at the beginning of treatment, regular training is recommended for optimal therapy progress. For lasting effects, approx. 10 to 30 sessions are necessary. The treatment is completely drug-free and painless. More Information

Brainmapping (qEEG)

Most symptoms are directly related to brain activity. They can be represented with the quantitative EEG (qEEG). Pronounced clinical pictures such as depression or ADHD / ADD as well as individual symptoms can be well diagnosed with the qEEG. A qEEG, also called brainmapping, is created and analyzed using the latest technology. It represents the current status of the brain. Our licensed physician Philipp Heiler can identify all problem areas and create a tailor-made training plan. The measuring process during the qEEG is completely painless and only takes a few minutes.

Psychological counselling

In a personal consultation, our doctor Philipp Heiler or one of our psychologists analyses all data with the patient. Together we discuss and work out your individual training protocol. This is optimally adapted to the wishes and goals of the patient and forms the basis for the subsequent treatment. In addition to neurofeedback treatment, our psychologists will be happy to advise you. In addition, we provide regular further training and actively participate in research. As neurofeedback instructors, we also train neurofeedback therapists ourselves.

Neurofeedback Treatment

Each neurofeedback training unit takes place under the medical supervision of Philipp Heiler or through our psychologists. The treatment takes place in a pleasant atmosphere in our practice rooms in the heart of Munich. After a detailed diagnosis and discussion of the training goals, the therapy starts. One to two training sessions per week are recommended. Especially at the beginning of treatment, regular training is recommended for optimal therapy progress. For lasting effects, approx. 10 to 30 sessions are necessary. The treatment is completely drug-free and painless.

With us you are in good hands

We accompany our patients from diagnosis to treatment to further therapy

Philipp Heiler

Philipp Heiler

Licensed Physician
Neurofeedback Expert - Head of medical practice

Philipp Heiler is a licensed physician and certified neurofeedback therapist. In his practice he successfully treats children and adults with mental illnesses using neurofeedback. The individual, personal care of patients and the consistently high quality of treatment are particularly important to him. All neurofeedback protocols used are based on scientific data and studies tested by Philipp Heiler.

Tobias Heiler

Tobias Heiler

Sports Sciences (B.Sc.)
Economics (M.Sc.)
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Head of Business
Neurofeedback Expert

Paulina Hallweger

Paulina Hallweger

Psychology (B.Sc.)
Psychology (M.Sc.)
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Psychologist
i.e. Behavioural Therapist
Neurofeedback Expert

Steven Jones

Steven Jones

Sports Sciences (B.Sc.)
Psychology (B.Sc.)
Psychology (M.Sc.)
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Psychologist
Neurofeedback Expert

Romina Schwippl

Romina Schwippl

Sports Sciences (B.Sc.)
Economics (M.Sc.)
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Marketing & Cooperations
Neurofeedback Expert

Jakob Krämer

Jakob Krämer

Economics (B.Sc.)
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Technical Director
Webdevelopement
Cooperations

Julia Wiener

Julia Wiener

i.e. Health Sciences (B.Sc.)
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Working Student
Neurofeedback Therapist

Linda Schuh

Linda Schuh

Nutrition Management and Dietetics (B.Sc.)
i.e. Management (M.Sc.)
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Working Student
Neurofeedback Therapist

Tobias Foresti

Tobias Foresti

i.e. Engineering Sciences (B.Sc.)
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Working Student
Hard- & Softwaredevelopement

Johanna Est

Johanna Est

i.e. Health Sciences (B.Sc.)
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Internship
Neurofeedback Therapist

Lisa Hitch

Lisa Hitch

i.e. Health Sciences (B.Sc.)
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Internship
Neurofeedback Therapist

What is neurofeedback?

A training method for self-regulation of unconscious processes in the brain – without medication

Neurofeedback is a technically supported, scientifically based type of brain training. The positive effect of neurofeedback has been proven for years in science and practice in a number of psychologically conditioned clinical pictures such as depression or ADHD. But also in competitive sports, music or in top management neurofeedback is increasingly used as a natural method for increasing concentration and coping with stress.

60 min. per session

1 - 2 sessions per week

sustainable effects from approx. 10 sessions

individual training protocols

Treatable clinical pictures

The therapy can help both children and adults

Neurofeedback has been used for decades for the treatment of both ADHD and ADD. In many cases, an existing medication can be significantly reduced and often completely discontinued. The therapeutic effect is often noticeable after just a few sessions and can last a lifetime. The patient learns a better and more arbitrary control over his mental and physical activity. This is possible for affected children as well as adults. Further information

Depression often remains undetected for a long time or is very mild. Nevertheless, it has strong effects on well-being. Furthermore, concrete starting points are difficult to find and to treat. Medical treatment is often an important first step. As a further or even sole therapeutic approach, neurofeedback can identify, break up and specifically treat internal blockages and imbalances. Thus neurofeedback is able to work through unconscious problem areas, to improve body awareness and sleep and to stabilize the emotional balance again. Further information

Neurofeedback training not only enables the reduction of existing stress and the associated limitations, but can also be used for prevention. As part of prevention, early stages of burnout can be localized and treated, and resistance to further stress and the ability to relax can be improved. Further information

The treatment of epilepsy represents the birth of neurofeedback therapy. Nevertheless, neurofeedback training has been continuously improved for 50 years. The brain is trained so that epileptic seizures occur less often or in some cases no longer at all. The occurrence of auras can also be reduced and attention can be improved as a side effect. In many cases, medication can be reduced or discontinued during the course of training. Further information

A post-traumatic stress disorder – PTSD – can result from events that have occurred or have been observed. Whether accidents, family tragedies or military operations, such trauma can manifest itself in many forms. Especially in close cooperation with a conversation or trauma therapy, neurofeedback can overcome internal barriers and can also be worked through in the long term. Further information

Sooner or later the quality of life suffers considerably due to permanent pressure situations. Neurofeedback can be used to treat chronic stress and also raise awareness of various states of stress. This will help to identify stress situations more quickly in the future and thus actively counteract them. Further information

Quitting smoking is stressful and exhausting. Anybody who’s ever tried that knows that. In order to control nicotine addiction, there are numerous therapies that can be actively supported by neurofeedback training. Further information

10 to 15% of the world’s population suffer from migraine. Anyone who is affected knows that the pain can often only be partially relieved by the appropriate medication. With special neurofeedback trainings developed specifically for migraine patients, it is possible to significantly reduce the frequency of migraine attacks or to stop them completely. Migraine with accompanying aura can also be treated by neurofeedback. Further information

Autism manifests itself primarily in social communication and interaction, but also in limited and recurring behavioural patterns. Establishing a relationship with other people is often harder for those affected than for people without autism. Further problems show up in the emotionality and the expression of their own interests and feelings, or generally with non-verbal communication. They may also be inflexible about changes, prefer familiar processes and routines and want to stick to them. Further information

A restful sleep is essential for performance and the quality of life. Neurofeedback makes it possible to train the brain so that it can switch to a relaxation phase more quickly and efficiently and thus fall asleep better. It also teaches the brain to stay longer in the regeneration phase of sleep, leading to a healthier and more restful sleep overall. Further information

Dyslexia, also known as LRS, can lead to learning problems at school from an early age. But even as an adult, LRS can cause limitations and often shame in many situations. We can support children and adults with neurofeedback by specifically training the language centre. This improves the ability to read and spell. Further information

Anxiety attacks and panic attacks often occur after traumatic experiences, but in many cases also for no obvious reason. Moreover, the exact time of these attacks is often unpredictable. Neurofeedback treatment can help here. Because it is possible to break open subconscious fears or worries and thus to treat them. This is often the only way to gain access to the origin of anxiety / panic attacks. Further information

Even minor concussions of the brain, for example caused by an accident or during sport, can have considerable consequences for further functioning. Complaints often arise late after the event and creep in so subtly that they are not noticeable at first. However, problems with concentration, sleep, memory or in many other areas can occur, especially in the long term. Using the latest qEEG technology, we can diagnose functional abnormalities following concussions and treat them in the long term in such a way that further limitations can be avoided and existing complaints can be improved. Further information

Neurofeedback has been used for decades for the treatment of both ADD and ADHD. In many cases, an existing medication can be significantly reduced and often completely discontinued. The therapeutic effect is often noticeable after just a few sessions and can last a lifetime. The patient learns a better and more arbitrary control over his mental and physical activity. This is possible for affected children as well as adults. Further information

Depression often remains undetected for a long time or is very mild. Nevertheless, it has strong effects on well-being. Furthermore, concrete starting points are difficult to find and to treat. Medical treatment is often an important first step. As a further or even sole therapeutic approach, neurofeedback can identify, break up and specifically treat internal blockages and imbalances. Thus neurofeedback is able to work through unconscious problem areas, to improve body awareness and sleep and to stabilize the emotional balance again. Further information

Neurofeedback training not only enables the reduction of existing stress and the associated limitations, but can also be used for prevention. As part of prevention, early stages of burnout can be localized and treated, and resistance to further stress and the ability to relax can be improved. Further information

A post-traumatic stress disorder – PTSD – can result from events that have occurred or have been observed. Whether accidents, family tragedies or military operations, such trauma can manifest itself in many forms. Especially in close cooperation with a conversation or trauma therapy, neurofeedback can overcome internal barriers and can also be worked through in the long term. Further information

Sooner or later the quality of life suffers considerably due to permanent pressure situations. Neurofeedback can be used to treat chronic stress and also raise awareness of various states of stress. This will help to identify stress situations more quickly in the future and thus actively counteract them. Further information

Quitting smoking is stressful and exhausting. Anybody who’s ever tried that knows that. In order to control nicotine addiction, there are numerous therapies that can be actively supported by neurofeedback training. Further information

10 to 15% of the world’s population suffer from migraine. Anyone who is affected knows that the pain can often only be partially relieved by the appropriate medication. With special neurofeedback trainings developed specifically for migraine patients, it is possible to significantly reduce the frequency of migraine attacks or to stop them completely. Migraine with accompanying aura can also be treated by neurofeedback. Further information

Autism manifests itself primarily in social communication and interaction, but also in limited and recurring behavioural patterns. Establishing a relationship with other people is often harder for those affected than for people without autism. Further problems show up in the emotionality and the expression of their own interests and feelings, or generally with non-verbal communication. They may also be inflexible about changes, prefer familiar processes and routines and want to stick to them. Further information

A restful sleep is essential for performance and the quality of life. Neurofeedback makes it possible to train the brain so that it can switch to a relaxation phase more quickly and efficiently and thus fall asleep better. It also teaches the brain to stay longer in the regeneration phase of sleep, leading to a healthier and more restful sleep overall. Further information

Dyslexia, also known as LRS, can lead to learning problems at school from an early age. But even as an adult, LRS can cause limitations and often shame in many situations. We can support children and adults with neurofeedback by specifically training the language centre. This improves the ability to read and spell. Further information

Anxiety attacks and panic attacks often occur after traumatic experiences, but in many cases also for no obvious reason. Moreover, the exact time of these attacks is often unpredictable. Neurofeedback treatment can help here. Because it is possible to break open subconscious fears or worries and thus to treat them. This is often the only way to gain access to the origin of anxiety / panic attacks. Further information

Even minor concussions of the brain, for example caused by an accident or during sport, can have considerable consequences for further functioning. Complaints often arise late after the event and creep in so subtly that they are not noticeable at first. However, problems with concentration, sleep, memory or in many other areas can occur, especially in the long term. Using the latest qEEG technology, we can diagnose functional abnormalities following concussions and treat them in the long term in such a way that further limitations can be avoided and existing complaints can be improved. Further information

Mental training for peak performance

Besides the medical indications, we also offer neurofeedback as mental training for executives and top athletes, among others

Neurofeedback as training for mental fitness

Neurofeedback is a training method for self-regulation of unconscious processes in the brain. Besides the primary field of application in the medical sector, e.g. ADHD, burnout and depression, neurofeedback is now increasingly used as objective mental training in the peak performance sector. But not only top athletes, musicians, students and executives benefit from the method. Especially for stress regulation or sleep disorders neurofeedback can be used very effectively for everyone – even without medical indication.

For everyone

Professional sports

Pupils & Students

Executives

Musicians

What our patients say

We are really thrilled! Our son suffers from ADHD and was treated very effectively here. Instead of being pumped full of drugs, the real problem is treated here. I can only warmly recommend the practice! (Translated)

Praxis für Neurofeedback
Silvia H.
Rating via Google

[...] This practice is the most unusual thing I've ever seen. Who expects white gown and smell after antiseptic, not the case. But if you want a real interest in the patient, a very friendly reception, high competence and a good atmosphere, you have to come here.
[...] I cannot imagine that elsewhere a similar wealth of experience and competence can be found in this field." (Translated)

Praxis für Neurofeedback
Anonymous
Rating via Jameda

Praise to Philipp and his team. I'm so surprised how professional everything is there. The guys have been doing neurofeedback for a few years and you can tell. Especially the sessions with Virtual Reality are extremely helpful in everyday life. Been with various ADHD / ADD physicians and ergotherapists before, absolutely not comparable!
Keep it up Philipp 🙂 (Translated)

Praxis für Neurofeedback
Sebastian M.
Rating via Google

Neurofeedback - Therapy & Studies

Neurofeedback as a stand-alone therapy

Neurofeedback has proven to be successful as the sole therapy for various clinical pictures. Each treatment takes place with a pre- and a debriefing. Every treatment in our practice for neurofeedback in Munich goes far beyond the mere application of neurofeedback. Philipp Heiler (licensed physician) and our psychologists use this technically sound method in the context of a holistic treatment.

Complementation to other forms of therapy

Neurofeedback in our practice in Munich is also used successfully in combination with other forms of therapy. Both in psychotherapies and in the taking of drugs with undesirable side effects or for the gradual sneaking out of drugs. In this way, existing unconscious blockages can be resolved. On the other hand, neurofeedback can effectively support the application of strategies developed in external therapy sessions. Since openness and transparency are particularly important in this process, we are happy to exchange ideas with the therapists and doctors who treat them. The aim is to develop an optimal treatment strategy together.

Therapy success confirmed

In our practice for neurofeedback we treat in more than 3000 sessions annually. The therapy successes already achieved prove us right. Especially with mental illnesses such as ADHD, depression, burnout and epilepsy very good therapy successes can be achieved regularly.

Sustainable efficacy proven by numerous meta-studies

The effectiveness of neurofeedback therapy has been confirmed in science and practice for decades. The study situation is particularly good for ADHD and epilepsy. A recently published meta-analysis, which clearly confirms the effectiveness and sustainability of neurofeedback, can be found under the following link.

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