"Becky is by far the best and most effective speaker I've heard in more than 5 years and nearly 500 speeches!"
-Joe Biggins, Countrywide Home Loans / BNI Ambassador

Are your members struggling with anxiety & stress that prevents them from living their precious remaining years to their fullest? Are they worried about their children's hardships such as job losses or messy divorces? Are they constantly worrying for their grandchildren's well-being?

Is this constant worry turning into depression that robs them of joy and happiness?

If you would like to have me speak to your organization, please call (978) 226-8681 or send email to: becky@neurosolutioncenter.com.

Speaking Topic: It doesn't have to be this hard.

In her presentation geared towards seniors with anxiety & depression, Becky Bingham, BS, RN, acknowledges the common causes of worry, anxiety, & depression summarizes the range of common treatments in play today, from counseling to medication and provides relative pros and cons for each.

The highlight of her presentation is the introduction of a non-medicated, permanent treatment of these symptoms, called Neurofeedback, which is supported by more than 30 years of clinical research. Becky summarizes the research and describes how Neurofeedback can reduce or even eliminate the symptoms of anxiety & depression.

Attendees to this presentation will learn:
  • Common symptoms of anxiety, worry, & depression
  • Pros and cons of common treatment plans
  • Coping mechanisms for dealing with these ailments
  • Non-medicated treatment of anxiety, worry, and depression using Neurofeedback

The following are comments from previous organizers and attendees:

"Becky uses powerful visuals to draw the audience in and delivers her message with analogies that encourage people to take action! Her audience is sure to benefit."
--John Llodra, Past President, BNI
"When Becky spoke, I felt like she was talking directly to me! She described exactly the struggles I have. She gave me hope that things could be different." -Jane H, Attendee