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Rob Kall: The Hero's Journey and The Biofeedback Neurofeedback Practitioner's and Client's Stories Here's a short summary of my take how story and the Hero's Journey plays an integral role in biofeedback:

Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D.: Who Owns Self-Regulation? We are moving into an age where people are taking responsibility for their own well-being, and that by now includes the domain of most psychopharmacological agents. It will most certainly also include the self-regulation technologies. This future is not to be feared. Home training has been a mainstay of biofeedback therapy since forever, and the principal complaint in that regard is that...
Lewis Mehl-Madrona: Short Sighted Health Insurer Policies Which Refuse to Pay for Healing & Preventive Services Hurt Patients, Cost Fortune I don't know anyone who is happy with their health insurance... I'd like to weigh in on what people don't get with today's health insurance, because I know what I don't get paid by insurance to do.
Tom Collura: FLEXIBILITY AND APPROPRIATENESS -AN UNDERPINNING WE CAN ALL AGREE UPON Flexibility and appropriateness of brain function are put into context, and show up at the core of many applications of neurofeedback. It is not so much an issue of "too much" or "too little" as it is one of the brain having the ability to be flexible and appropriate, to access brain states that are suited to the task or situation.
Patricia Norris: Neurofeedback / EEG Biofeedback Procedures; Basic Descriptions neurofeedback and related procedures used to deal with ADD, Closed Head Injury, Addictions, or for alertness, focus
Tom Collura: THE NEURO-RELAXATION PARADIGM Neuronal Regulation is a key concept in neurofeedback. Rather than being a trivial concept related to a simple relaxation state, neurorelaxation means affecting the brain at its most dynamical level, implementing change that is transformational in nature.
Rob Kall: Biofeedback and Locked In Syndrome-- in ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis /Lou Gherig's Disease) links and some discussion on the use of neurofeedback and brain monitoring with ALS Lou Gherig's Disease (Amotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Tom Collura: NEUROFEEDBACK - WHAT TO DO (OR NOT DO) Neurofeedback is a process, not a job. When practitioners and trainees approach EEG training as a process of allowing, not doing, results will be forthcoming.

Hershel Toomim: Neurofeedback using HEG How to do neurofeedback, or brain training use hemoencephalography
Bernard: On the sidelines of a travesty Describes efforts to promote EEG neurofeedback as a mainstream treatment option for epilepsy and seizure disorders.

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