This special issue on neurocounseling offers diverse examples of the integration of neuroscience into the practice of counseling. These introductory remarks define neurocounseling, neurotherapy, neurofeedback, self-regulation and therapeutic life changes. Examples of each are offered to assist the readers in better understanding how teaching, practicing and researching the physiological underpinnings of many mental health concerns expands the skills and efficacy of all counselors.

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