What is Brain Mapping? 

There was a time the brain was considered "plastic", meaning changeable, and that characteristics such as IQ were static and unchanging, but they're not. Brain Mapping taught us that.

Brain Mapping is a set of neuroscience techniques that maps biological properties onto spatial representations of the brain, resulting in maps that provide a solid understanding of the function of the brain. Although we know more about the brain now than we ever have, it still contains many mysteries.  Creating a map of the brain not only helps us understand how humans learn, a cornerstone of neurofeedback (the results of Brain Mapping) is discovering how our brains take in and process new information.

Brain Mapping is less about the anatomy of brain than identifying patterns within the brain that we have learned to be consistent with a variety of disorders.
— Dr. Eileen Hamsa Henry

Brain Mapping helps us better understand injuries to the brain and other brain-related issues, like epilepsy or autism. Brain Mapping can also help identify parts of the brain responsible for mental disorders, such as depression, bipolar disorder, and even schizophrenia, and in turn leads to more effective treatments.

Dr. Henry uses the Evoke Neuroscience system for Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback. This testing supports her overall assessment of patient health prior to determining course of treatment. Formed in 2009 by research scientists, clinicians, medical doctors, and entrepreneurs, Evoke Neuroscience creates cutting edge technology that allows physicians to evaluate patient brain health and to train the brain in order to achieve healthier functioning.


Brain Mapping Benefits the Treatment of: 

  • Anxiety
  • Migraine
  • ADHD
  • Insomnia
  • Autism
  • Migraine
  • Depression
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment
  • PTSD
  • ...and a host of other disorders


Brain Mapping Also Provides: 

  • Cognitive enhancement

  • Improved IQ

  • Improved focus