This case study demonstrates how neurofeedback 2 can be used to assist people in their efforts to decrease chronic anxiety and to better operationalize differentiation of self. Unlike more traditional consultation using Bowen theory, the consultation process described below involved the use of neurofeedback, which can potentially enhance a person’s ability to resolve chronic anxiety. In essence, neurofeedback reﬂ ects patterns in the individual brain that have developed in the family of origin in preceding generations. This multigenerational process simply lives in one’s being, becoming a part of “self ”—from synapses to sentences. Given the way this process shapes every aspect of a person’s development and organization, it comes as no surprise that the effort to manage one’s reactivity is indeed challenging.