Kurtis Walton has been pioneering Neurofeedback in Alaska with the FDA registered Cygnet system for several years. After using this powerful non-invasive therapy to manage his own issues with Anxiety, ADHD and Chronic Tinnitus, Kurtis is helping other Alaskan's discover relief for their physical and mental health issues.
When it comes to education, Kurtis is a continual lifelong learner. Kurtis has gone through multiple intense Neurofeedback trainings both in the USA and Europe. He also holds several degrees, a Master's of Science, Counseling Psychology from Alaska Pacific University, a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with multiple certificates in Mediation and Conflict Management from Boise State University, and a teaching certification from Eastern Washington University. To this day, Kurtis is continuing his education both in the fields of Social Science and Hard Science, with an emphasis in the advancements of Neurofeedback. For Neurofeedback provides a fun and powerful non-invasive treatment as a solution to many debilitating symptoms.
With over 40 years scientific research, the advancements of Neurofeedback can now treat a larger range of issues and do so more quickly. Some of the issues Neurofeedback strongly works on are Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Autism, Migraines, ADHD, Peak Performance, and Chronic Pain, just to name a few.
In addition to using the Cygnet technology and the "Othmer Method" in Neurofeedback treatment; Kurtis also uses the Brainmaster unit. This gives him greater flexibility to adapt to each clients need.