About Us

Brain Therapy Centre is the largest, specialist neurofeedback clinic in Adelaide, South Australia and one of the biggest in the country.


We offer a full range of general psychological services, including counselling, psychotherapy and assessment.


Neurotherapy involves measuring and training the electrical signals generated by the nerve cells of the brain.


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Welcome to
Brain Therapy Centre

Brain Therapy Centre is a psychology practice, specialising in neurofeedback therapy, in Adelaide, South Australia.

It was formed by Dr Tim Hill, Joel Harman and Michelle Gorgula to continue providing neurofeedback services following the closure of Brain Health Clinics. As well as neurofeedback therapy we also provide a full range of psychological services, including talking therapies and psychological assessments. We work with clients of all ages and can help with a wide variety of conditions. Our psychologists work closely with clients to understand their needs and treatment goals so we can provide completely personalised treatment. After all, no two people are exactly the same! For more information about how neurofeedback therapy may be able to help, please don’t hesitate to contact us for a free half-hour information session.

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Open Monday to Friday 8:30am – 6pm

Latest News & Events

Australian Scientists Create 3D-printed Brain-like Tissue From Stem Cells

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This article was posted on ABC news on July 26th 2017. Link to original: http://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2017-07-26/scientists-create-3d-printed-brain-like-tissue-from-stem-cells/8740794 Australian scientists have used a 3D printer to create nerve cells found in the brain using a special bio-ink made from stem cells. The research takes us a step closer to making replacement brain tissue derived from a patient's own skin or blood cells to help treat conditions such as brain injury, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy and schizophrenia. (more…)

Glass Brain Project – Visualising the Activity of the Human Brain

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This fascinating video from researchers at the University of California San Francisco shows the transmission of signals in the human brain. Called the Glass Brain, the model shows the integration of EEG data with a Magnetic Resonance Imaging model of signal conduction and Diffusion Tensor Imaging models of white matter tracts. The video demonstrates a functional model of communication in the brain and shows the current understanding of how neural signals are processed. Watch the video here

The Evolution of Trauma Treatment

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Renowned trauma researcher and clinician Dr Bessel van der Kolk recently wrote an article describing the value of neurofeedback as a tool for treating complex trauma. He also argues that trauma treatment should use a whole new approach that empowers trauma survivors and allows them to take greater control over their experiences. The whole article was published by Psychotherapy Networker and can be found here: https://www.psychotherapynetworker.org/blog/details/1130/the-evolution-of-trauma-treatment?utm_source=Silverpop&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=021817_pn_i_rt_WIR_noon_throttled

Rewiring Your Brain: Neurofeedback Goes Mainstream

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This interesting article looks into the future as neurofeedback goes mainstream. It promotes the awareness and use of neurofeedback and describes the benefits of neurofeedback as a treatment for treating common mental health conditions without medications. It discusses the potential benefits and risks of neurofeedback technologies becoming more widely available. http://europe.newsweek.com/neurofeedback-brain-regulation-neuroscience-457492?rm=eu  

Conditions We Treat

  • ADHD (Hyperactive and/or Inattentive)

    The value of neurofeedback as a non-medication treatment for ADHD is well documented. Read More >

  • Anxiety Disorders

    Anxiety is a term used to describe the physical sensations associated with the body's fight-or-flight response. These often include rapid heart-rate, sweating, difficulty breathing, and dizziness. Read More >

  • Depression

    Depression is a psychological condition characterised by low mood, poor motivation, low energy and loss of interest in enjoyable activities. Read More >

  • Addiction

    Addiction is characterised by compulsive seeking of rewarding stimuli, despite negative consequences. Addictions come in many forms, such as alcohol or drugs, gambling, food, and video gaming. Read More >

  • Post-Traumatic Stress

    Experiencing traumatic events can lead to changes in functioning. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder characterised by repeated, intrusive memories of traumatic events. Read More >

  • Chronic Pain

    Pain is a complex physical and emotional response to injury. There are a great number of factors that influence a person's experience of pain. Read More >

  • Headaches

    Headaches are the experience of pain in the head and neck. Headaches are among the most commonly experienced physical discomforts. Read More >

  • Insomnia

    Insomnia is a disorder affecting sleep. It can affect sleep onset, sleep maintenance or sleep quality. Read More >

  • Brain Injury

    Brain injury can cause a wide range of difficulties with functioning. Brain injuries can be caused by external events such as a blow to the head, or by internal events such as stroke. Read More >

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder affecting around 1.5% of the population. Children and adults with ASD experience difficulties with communication and social interactions, and often also experience sensory sensitivity and anxiety. Read More >

  • Improving Cognitive Performance

    Neurofeedback has been found to be effective in improving the cognitive functioning of children and adults. Read More >