Neurofeedback therapy is a modality that can help a stuck brain get unstuck and learn new and better ways to fi re and function. This chapter describes what neurofeedback therapy is, how it works, and how it can be a valuable part of treatment for eating disorders (EDs). Neurofeedback therapy, also called EEG biofeedback or neurotherapy, makes use of the brain’s capacity for change to reshape brain networks. Neurofeedback uses EEG information to provide feedback to the trainee. Neurofeedback is a powerful training tool that can be used within a comprehensive treatment plan to assist clients to begin to have more control over how their brain fires. Neurofeedback therapy shifts arousal in the brain, which helps clients to alter the state they experience and to create a new narrative about themselves and the world around them.