Design Your Mind
Holistic, gentle treatment for whole-brain wellness
Seattle medical practice specializing in neurofeedback for anxiety, ADHD, depression, trauma, and more.
Harness Your Brain’s Ability to Change
...and design the resilient life you’ve dreamed of.
Your brain creates the world you experience. Your quality of life – your mood, your focus, your ability to connect with others – depends on how well your brain is functioning.
When your brain is balanced, your world feels manageable. You’re able to be happy, resilient, and accomplish the things you want to do.
But when these things start to feel impossible – when you can’t focus, can’t feel happy, and everything feels overwhelming – there’s often something wrong with the patterns in your brain.
Most conventional treatments for mental health concerns like anxiety, depression, and ADHD never look at what might be going on in the brain.
My approach is unique.
Hi, I'm Dr. Jessica Wendling,
a naturopathic physician and neurofeedback specialist.
My passion is helping people heal the root cause of their mental and emotional concerns using the principles of neurology and neurofeedback.
By retraining the brain and balancing the stress response, many health conditions resolve. The results are lasting, and include improved:
And more importantly – the resilience to handle the stress that life throws our way.
“Dr. Jessica Wendling is an extraordinary health care provider. She sees the whole person. She helped me recover from major depression with her exceptional listening skills, empathy, kindness, and vast knowledge of naturopathic practices. I am forever grateful for her time and patience.”
The Importance of the Stress Response
Stress is often referred to as the “silent killer.”
Leading medical experts estimate that 90% of all disease is caused or complicated by stress. Stress is also linked to the six leading causes of death – heart disease, cancer, lung conditions, accidents, cirrhosis of the liver, and suicide – according to the American Psychological Association.
The Good News….
Research over the past several decades has shown that our brains are able to change. The dysfunctional, inefficient patterns of a struggling brain can actually be seen when brain activity is measured. And they can self-correct with the right therapies.
NeuroLogic’s services rely on neuroplasticity, which is another word for the brains’ incredible ability to change. Your brain can actually learn, reorganize, and form new connections.
This essentially makes you able to design your mind to be more healthy, efficient, and resilient.
The 6 Pillars of Brain Health
Download my step-by-step guide to achieve optimal brain health with simple lifestyle changes.
Who We Help
Our treatments help individuals with many different neurological, mental health, and physical complaints, including:
- Anxiety-related disorders (OCD, eating disorders, panic)
- PTSD and other trauma reactions
- Autism spectrum
- Postpartum depression or PMADs
- Brain injury and concussions
- Memory loss or cognitive decline
- Chronic pain conditions, including fibromyalgia
- Chronic fatigue
- Insomnia and other sleep disorders
- Irritability and aggression
- Headaches and migraines
- Seizure disorders
But you don’t need to be struggling to benefit from our therapies. You can also use the power of your mind to achieve peak mental and physical performance.
Benefits include, but aren’t limited to:
- Better sleep
- Increased motivation
- Enhanced energy
- Reduced pain
- Better organizational skills
- Less social barriers
- Stabilized mood
- Greater efficiency at work and school
So even if you’re just looking to improve your performance, we can help.
How We Help
Brain Health Testing
“Dr. Jessica Wendling is hands down the best doctor I have ever had, and I’ve seen a lot of doctors. Her appointments leave me feeling confident and inspired – not shamed or frustrated.
She listened to my full health story, and keeps everything I say in mind while we talk through solutions. I came to see her after developing a sudden case of chronic migraines. I had sought help from a different naturopath, two GP’s, an endocrinologist, and a neurologist, all who had no solutions but to put me on drugs for the pain. Dr. Wendling paid careful attention to my descriptions and knew how to help immediately. Thanks to her, I found a solution and am feeling great again. I have found Dr. Wendling to be incredibly knowledgeable, compassionate, and sensitive. I am so grateful to find someone who supports my WHOLE health.”
Am I the Right Provider for You?
I may be the right provider for you if:
- You’re looking for holistic treatment for anxiety, depression, ADHD, PTSD, lack of focus, pain, trauma, or sleep issues.
- You’d like an alternative to traditional talk therapy and pharmaceuticals.
- You’re able to pay out of pocket for these services that aren’t yet covered by insurance.
- You want to learn how to better manage chronic stress and find solutions for a lifetime.
Neurofeedback is a therapeutic technique that aims to regulate brain activity. It can benefit a wide range of individuals, including those with conditions like ADHD, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Athletes and performers seeking enhanced cognitive performance and focus can also utilize neurofeedback. Additionally, people experiencing sleep disorders or those interested in stress management can find it beneficial. Neurofeedback is versatile, but it’s crucial to consult with a trained practitioner to determine if it’s suitable for one’s specific needs. Ultimately, anyone looking to optimize their mental well-being and cognitive function can explore the potential advantages of neurofeedback under professional guidance.
Neurofeedback is a therapeutic approach that can be applied to address various conditions. It has shown promise in treating conditions such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety disorders, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and insomnia by helping individuals regulate their brain activity patterns. It can also assist in managing symptoms related to migraines, chronic pain, and substance abuse. Moreover, neurofeedback is increasingly explored for enhancing cognitive performance and optimizing peak mental states in athletes, executives, and students. While neurofeedback offers potential benefits for these conditions, its effectiveness may vary, and individual results can differ, making professional assessment and guidance essential for tailored treatment.
Candidates for neurofeedback are diverse, encompassing individuals with a range of concerns and goals. It is often considered for those with conditions like ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and insomnia seeking non-invasive, drug-free alternatives. Athletes and performers aiming to boost focus and cognitive performance can benefit. People managing chronic pain, migraines, or substance abuse may also explore neurofeedback. However, it’s vital to note that not everyone may respond equally, and suitability depends on an individual’s specific needs and circumstances. A thorough evaluation by a trained practitioner is essential to determine if neurofeedback is a suitable and effective option for each person’s unique situation.
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