The big question: “Will my insurance cover neurofeedback?”
Unfortunately, the answer is typically no. Most insurances will not cover biofeedback or neurofeedback because many insurance firms categorize it as experimental when, in fact, there is overwhelming data across hundreds of studies to support it. It has been shown to be more effective than medications and therapy, with sustained results over time. In fact, neurofeedback is categorized as a level four or five intervention for most mental health issues now, so classifying it as experimental seems unwise and ill-informed.
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