LA Clinician Uses Neurofeedback for Eating Disorders

The brain of someone with an eating disorder is fear-based, according to Los Altos clinician Theresa Chesnut.

It’s why sufferers starve themselves, binge and purge their food or compulsively exercise to lose an amount of weight that will never be satisfying.

But groundbreaking research in the area of neurofeedback is aiming to change that fear and turn it into self-healing.

Published on the Los Altos Town Crier website on 10.18.17
Written by: Grace Hase