Neurofeedback training Florida is a method of using technology to measure the electrical signals produced by the brain as neurons communicate, and feeding back that information in order to train the brain to make positive changes. The electrical signals are measured via small sensors placed on the scalp. These sensors connect to an instrument that connects to a computer. The signals are processed and displayed in the form of line graphs, bar graphs, and digital displays. The process uses goals that are set to either encourage increasing or decreasing the power of certain frequencies ie theta, alpha, beta. When the goals are met feedback is given to alert the trainee that their brain is in the desired state. The feedback can take the form of a light turning on or changing color, an animation, movie, or game playing, or a sound or music playing. This feedback is reinforcing to the brain and encourages the brain to repeat what it just did to get the feedback.