IntraLife Performance Center

Dr. Klayne Rasmussen, Executive Director of Intralife Performance Center, says there are ways to train the brain to change, without medication.


Neurofeedback is for kids too! If you’re like most parents, you want to help your child succeed in any way possible. If you feel you’ve tried methods that just aren’t working, you should strongly consider unlocking your child’s potential with this safe, non-invasive approach.

If you find that your child struggles more than most to learn concepts, comprehend subjects or reading, suffers from a lack of follow-through, forgets assignments, gets frustrated easily when tasked with certain assignments, or has a difficult time following instruction…this may finally be your solution!

The neurofeedback approach is fun for most children as they view cars racing, spaceships jetting through tunnels, or tailored sets of images just for them. It’s very easy to do for children of all ages, for teens, and adults. All ages benefit from the approach.

“Neurofeedback has been a miracle! Two months ago we were considering adding additional medications for our 6 year old son, but now most of his concerning symptoms are gone! This has been the answer we’ve been searching for. My son is improving in school, with friends, and at home. But, most importantly, he is happy!” – Mother of 6 year old ADHD/Aspergers patient.

To find out more call the IntraLife Performance Center at: (801) 451-0054 to see if Neurofeedback is right for you and your child.


Neurofeedback is direct training of brain function, by which the brain learns to function more efficiently. In simple terms: It’s brain exercise. The brain is observed from moment to moment and receives feedback from a computerized game or scene when it responds in the desired manner.

Neurofeedback, or EEG, is non-invasive, simple for all to do, and is training in self-regulation. One of the goals is to reduce or even eliminate the need for medication for mental conditions such as ADHD, autism, depression, anxiety, among others.

Neurofeedback helps clients reach their potential in life by giving them the ability to better function in relationships, school, work, and personal pursuits.


“I am calmer and more relaxed in situations, specifically during tests at school and practicing violin. I think clearly and concisely, I play with much more emotional expression. I would absolutely recommend Neurofeedback!” Female, age 19, music major

“I am less impulsive and think things out. I am less angry and am in more control of my emotions. The medications I was previously prescribed never worked and it wasn’t the answer to my problems long term. NF works! My life has improved and my relationships are much better,” Female, age 28, w/ADHD

“Since starting NF I have better reading comprehension, I’m staying focused while reading. I am calmer in communication with people and more aware of voice levels,” Male, age 57, w/ADHD

“I sought out Neurofeedback to free myself of depression, anxiety and sleep issues. After 26 years on various medications, I’m finally med free! It has been well worth the time and money. I am thrilled with the results,” Female, age 52, w/anxiety and depression.

“I can’t explain how Neurofeedback works but I’ve felt a complete positive change in my physical, mental, and emotional well-being,” Female, age 36, w/ADHD


What can Neurofeedback help?
Neurofeedback enhances peak performance as well as addresses problems of brain disregulation. To name a few areas, it can help the anxiety-depression spectrum, attention deficits, behavior disorders, various sleep disorders, headaches and migraines, PMS and emotional disturbances. It is also useful for organic brain conditions such as seizures, the autism spectrum, and cerebral palsy.

Who can benefit from Neurofeedback training?
Neurofeedback is for child and adult alike. Just as both benefit from physical exercise, both benefit from this non-invasive mental exercise. Studies have shown that those with a wide spectrum of conditions benefit from Neurofeedback. To include: ADHD, autism, depression, anxiety, Aspergers, and more.

How long is the typical training program?
An average neurofeedback program runs 20-40 sessions at 45-50 min. per session. Some patients find they get the desired results sooner, and other patients working on multiple areas of functioning may need more sessions.

How is Neurofeedback done?
Sensors are attached to the scalp with EEG paste allowing a brain reading. The patient views a computer screen of games or scenes and the brain is rewarded as it trains and develops in the desired areas.

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Dr. Klayne Rasmussen, Ph.D., LMFT
IntraLife Performance Center
Farmington and Draper locations
Phone: 801-451-0054
*New Clients Welcome

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