The Difference Between Appreciation and Action
People who have been treated at the Brain Wellness and Biofeedback Center of Washington can be counted on to appreciate what
biofeedback has done for them. It might be a past client who recognizes the role biofeedback has played in resolving years of debilitating symptoms or a family member of
someone who has been able to return to pre-trauma functioning levels thanks to biofeedback.
But people who take action—who become donors—also recognize what they can do for others who can not afford treatment. They realize that though BWB is willing
to commit much of its own resources to helping those in need, the need far exceeds what we at BWB can do alone.
The cost to BWB for treating just one
veteran in our PTSD/TBI study is over $4,800. The number of veterans returning from war with PTSD and TBI is staggering.
In order to help more of these most deserving individuals, we need others to join us in our research and advocacy efforts.
Helping those in need depends on individual and
organizational donors committed to providing crucial funding to support needed research and assistance to those who need treatment most. They realize that
their gifts—given at the level that is right for them—always matter.
The Gift Process
The process of making a gift is simple:
Perhaps you would like to sponsor a study participant or simply make a cash donation. Your help will be appreciated, no matter how large or small.
The not-for-profit Neurotherapy Research and Development Association (NRDA) helps raise funds for
continued research and treatment support.
Click here to view a copy of NRDA brochure or call 301-215-7721 and ask to speak to Mary Lee Esty, Ph.D.
We're grateful for your interest in supporting our efforts to reach out to those who can benefit the most from biofeedback, and will do everything in our
power to ensure any funds we may receive from NRDA are used to help as many people as possible.