Many of our clients tell us that conventional therapies alone had not worked as well as they hoped. This is why we, at Fisher Behavior, are dedicated to providing leading-edge therapies rooted in neuroscience and integrative healthcare principles. Discover the benefits of remotely supervised At Home neurofeedback and biofeedback technologies for ADHD, Long Haulers' Syndrome, and more. Dr. Fisher also offers rapid teletherapy for trauma and anxiety.
Learn more about your options by calling or texting to Dr. Fisher at 323.645.6412 to arrange for a complimentary consultation call.
Mental, physical, or emotional trauma, stress, or your genes, can keep your brain from working well for you. Even addictions and other bad habits can disrupt your brain function. Our feedback technologies can give your nervous system the information it needs to self correct without the negative side-effects of medications.
The way your heart behaves and the way you breathe signal safety or threat. Studies show that Heart Rate Variability and Breath Training can be more effective than prescription medications for anxiety and exhaustion. Learn how to facilitate the return of your health and peace of mind.
Changing your negative reactions and habits can restore your sense of freedom, innocence, and joy. Therapies that work with your brain can work faster and deeper. We specialize in brain-based rapid therapies.
Are you struggling with
Long Haulers' Syndrome?
Your genes make you look, act, feel, and think as you do. They design everything about your chemistry, your energy level. and your stability. We work with a medical team to identify your genetic strengths and weaknesses with affordable reports tailored to your mental health concerns. You receive personally tailored nutritional and behavioral recommendations to help fix what stops you.
Genetic Biomarker Impact Reports
Post-COVID Long Haulers' Syndrome
The Centers for Disease Control, Mayo Clinic, and health agencies worldwide, now recognize that infection by the COVID virus may cause long-term neurological, immune, and mental health challenges.
If you, or a loved one, is experiencing the symptoms listed here, you're not alone!
Call to find out how we can help.
Long Haulers' Syndrome
Headaches or migraines
Fast or pounding heartbeat
Diminished smell or taste
Flu-like aches and pains
The human brain is designed to learn patterns of behavior. We see these patterns when we listen to someone talk, watch them move, feel them become upset, find out about their sleep quality and appetite, and see when they excel and when they struggle.
When a person's brain patterns leave some parts of the brain underutilized and others overutilized, then there are consequences. These consequences can be emotional, mental, or physical. For instance, rage is a neurological habit, as are depression and anxiety.
Because the brain can learn, it can also relearn. This is why neurofeedback is effective. It helps the brain understand how its own patterns are not working well and shows the brain how to fix them.
It used to be necessary to travel to a clinician's office for costly bi-weekly sessions. Today, we are able to offer remotely supervised home neurofeedback to our clients. This is the same as in-office neurofeedback, but at a fraction of the price, and with the luxury of choosing your own training schedule.
Remotely supervised Home Neurofeedback is our specialty.
Call Dr. Fisher for a complimentary consultation to see if this is the right treatment for your circumstance.
My son, Robert, wrote and produced this video to tell others about his success with neurofeedback for ADHD.
Statistics reveal that 9 million Americans with ADD/ADHD suffer more, fail more, and self-medicate more. They also have more unwanted pregnancies, car crashes, and suicides than the general population.
"Gerry was really struggling in school. Counselors even suggested that autism could be a factor. After 10 weeks of daily neurofeedback, his report card went from Fs to an A in math and a C in English. He has become helpful around the house, and does his homework independently. He even started composing songs on the keyboard."
- Marina C., South Gate, CA
Take Robert's ADHD Test
1. Are simple tasks emotionally overwhelming? Does it seem like they will never end?
2. Is it hard to pick out a conversation from all the other noises and activities going on?
3. Do you have trouble connecting to people (making friends) because you miss so much of what is being said that people think you're strange? Does this make you feel anxious around people?
4. Do your moods change a lot during a day?
5. Does it seem like what feels good is good? Do your choices disappoint or hurt other people (and you)?
6. Can you only focus on the things you love? Do you often lose focus even on a test?
7. Do you lie a lot because you ALWAYS forget something and don't want to get in trouble or disappoint people?
8. Is it almost impossible to do something before you have to? Do you tend to work out of fear?
9. Do you find that the thing you're doing and the thing you're thinking about are rarely the same thing?
10. Do people often come at you with reminders, lists, and help getting ready?
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"The ER docs gave me Xanax. I thought I was dying and they told me it was only panic. Nobody explained to me why this has happened, or what to do about it. The experience left me feeling crazy and vulnerable. Now I feel back in control of my life. Amazing!"
-- Diane S., Santa Monica
"Lorrie is amazing!
I had severe baggage from childhood which was related to many forms of traumatic abuse. I've been to many therapists over the years and none seemed to help. In only a handful of sessions, Lorrie was able to help me become completely relieved of the stress, phobias, and insecurities that plagued my life before our first session."
-Erin S., Sarasota, FL
"Trauma" is a learned reaction that can be painlessly rewired for complete relief.
About Our Team
Dr. Lorrie Fisher, Therapist
PhD, MFT, BCN, NBCFCH
PhD in Applied Psychophysiology
California Marriage & Family Therapist
Board Certified Fellow in Clinical Hypnotherapy
Board Certified in Neurofeedback, BCIA
Certified in Heart Rate Variability Training
Certified in Brainspotting
Certified in Neurolinguistic Programming
Certified in EMDR
Certified in Rapid Resolution Therapy
Diplomate American Academy of Traumatic Stress
Clinical Fellow American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
Trainer in Clinical Trauma Hypnotherapy
Teacher Kriya Meditation
Dr. Linda Walker, Consultant
PhD, LPC, BCN, BCB
Brain Map Analyst
PhD in Psychology and Psychophysiology
Certified in Substance Abuse and Addiction
Licensed Professional Counselor (Michigan)
Licensed School Counselor (Michigan)
National Certified Counselor
Board Certified in Biofeedback, BCIA.
International Presenter on Behavioral Medicine, Neurofeedback, and Biofeedback.
Private Practice, Inland Seas Neurotherapy and Counseling, Traverse City, MI
Former Director of Neurofeedback and Clinical Review Neurocore Centers, Grand Rapids, MI.
Multiple workshop presenter and co-presenter.
Mentor to neurofeedback and biofeedback professionals.
Instructor, Clinical Leader and Software Developer, Biofeedback Federation of Europe, London
Instructor, Thought Technology, Montreal Canada
Former adjunct faculty, Holistic Health, Western MI U.
Wilderness Therapist and Instructor