Advanced Neurofeedback, TMS, EMDR and Trauma Therapy

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is one of the best-kept secrets in the mental health world. It uses operant conditioning to train the electrical activity in your brain to either enhance activity or reduce symptoms that may be disrupting your life.

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About Utah Therapy Works

Adam Thompson, LCSW

Utah EMDR Adam Thompson

I use a combination of EMDR, BWRT, and biofeedback to help people break free from unhealthy patterns, improve their mood and focus, and increase their ability to thrive. My psychotherapy experience has been centered primarily in healing trauma and addiction, mostly working with individual adults and some teens. I've invested heavily in interventions that create fast and permanent changes.  

At times, the mind and nervous system are stuck in ways that talk therapy and even EMDR can't sufficiently change. That's where biofeedback comes in. It uses specialized software to train the brain's electrical activity to reflect more healthy patterns. It can do marvels in treating diverse emotional, psychological, and cognitive problems such as ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, brain injury, learning disorders, PTSD, and addiction. The best results I've seen are when I combine both modalities. Clients often walk away feeling freed from afflictions that have weighed them down for years.

Kelly Hume, MSW

Like many, I’m no stranger to living a life with mental health struggles. Having personal experience feeling “stuck in therapy for years,” I take an experiential approach to therapy, believing that healing comes when people are able to change how they think and feel. My method is integrative drawing upon ego state and parts work, EMDR, and somatic work to help people experience healing by addressing the autonomic responses to trauma. Combining my passion for mental health and physical health, I believe it is crucial to approach healing holistically. Above all, I value the relationship built with each person and respect their experiences, as each person is an expert on their own life. My goal is to help ensure that everyone has access to care that fits their unique worldview. 

I am passionate about providing neurodiversity-affirming care. Having worked with children for many years, I enjoy working with neurodivergent kiddos and their parents. I also have experience working with neurodivergent adults, victims of intimate partner violence and sexual assault, and complex PTSD/developmental trauma. 

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What People Are Saying:

Before meeting with Adam and Courtney, I felt like I was a bystander in my own life, not in control of anything.  Now I feel in control.

Steven, Age 15

You're changing my life.

Deanna, Age 35

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