Neuroscientist and director of the nctNeurofeedback London Clinic
Rachel Langford is a neuroscientist researcher, lecturer and clinician. Some of her areas of interest are: Consciousness and behaviour, Brain treatment for ADHD, the neuroscience of romantic relationships, and brain functions in minimally conscious states in the medical setting.
Rachel Langford is qualified in medical neuroscience (MSc. Med). She completed her previous studies at the Haddasah Medical Centre at the Hebrew University, Israel. Her research has demonstrated the possibility of reversing neural birth defects induced by prenatal exposure to pesticides. This was demonstrated using stem cell transplant to the hippocampus and shown to improve spatial learning and memory in animal models.
For her second Masters in Health Psychology at Middlesex University London, Rachel was studying Binaural Beats Therapy within the Mood-Matching-Music paradigm (Franco et al., 2014) on Heart Rate Variability and cognitive function.
Our main clinic and research Lab, Tel Aviv, Israel
The Galim - nctNeurofeedback clinic offers neuro-cognitive brainwave training for cognitive and executive functions, language and sensory processing, mood and emotional processing conditions in children and adults. It has been established by Rachel Langford, a Neuroscientist and researcher of brain science and Health Psychology (MSc.Med, MBPsS).
The clinic is the London-based clinic of the Galim Neurofeedback Centre, Israel. Rachel has over 15 years’ clinic experience in the field of Brain training and Neurofeedback, working at Galim.
The Galim Centre has more than 30 years of training, treatment and research into neurofeedback and neuroscience for the treatment of a variety of neural, cognitive and emotional conditions.