Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can develop as a result of stressful or traumatic events. Some events may be so disturbing to the psyche that the brain reorganizes itself in response to this overly intense stimuli. Individuals with PTSD may experience a wide array of symptoms, including anxiety, depression, fear, guilt, shame, flashbacks, and nightmares. The emotional toll impacts daily lives, careers and relationships. As such, most people who suffer from PTSD are desperate to find an effective way to overcome their symptoms so they can get back to living a normal life. Unfortunately, many sufferers experience only limited benefit from conventional therapies. PTSD is a disorder based in the brain. With PTSD, a severe stress response is triggered, even in the absence of present danger. Neurofeedback teaches the brain to turn off this stress response.