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Rob Kall: Sig Othmer; Low Frequency neurofeedback We discuss Sig's early history in the field and then the new work with ultra low frequency neurofeedback.

Rob Kall: Robert Whitaker-- Drugging Kids to Disability and Death / Ideology of America On Drugs Politics and Economics of the Failed Psychiatric Drugging of America, and how millions of kids are being put at huge risk of becoming "bipolar" and mentally disabled for life. 1 1 Comment Count

Rob Kall: Robert Whitaker author Anatomy of An Epidemic; How Psychiatry Failed and Betrayed America, killing 1000s, Disabling Millions The history of modern psychiatry is a horror story. Long term studies of psychiatric drugs show they not only don't work, they destroy lives or even shorten them by decades. This is based on data and facts

Rob Kall: John Taylor Gatto, author Dumbing Us Down and Weapons of Mass Instruction a wide ranging discussion on the problems with the American Education system, or as Gatto clarifies-- compulsory schooling, which is not the same as education.

Rob Kall: Rae Tattenbaum; Enabling Optimal Performance in Kids, Performers... and spiritual approaches and integration we cover a lot of ground-- ADD ADHD kids, optimal performance for performers... spiritual approaches and integration

Rob Kall: Hal Myers president and co-founder of the world's largest biofeedback company Hal Myers, as president of THought Technology, is one of the most influential people in the world, when it comes to biofeedback. We explore new projects, technologies, approaches, perspectives and some history.
Rob Kall: Tom Collura visions of the future of Neurofeedback, Z-Scores, qEEG and a bit of history Past President, ISNR, founder, Brainmaster.com

Rob Kall: Robert Thatcher Advances in Understanding the Brain, Z-Score Neurofeedback, Why EEG is More Important than ever in a wide ranging interview, Dr. Bob Thatcher shares some early neurofeedback and qEEG history, some visions of the future and summarizes some of the insights billions in brain research have yielded.

Rob Kall: Lynda Thompson; ADD, Autistic Spectrum, Asperger Syndrome discussion of neurofeedback and biofeedback for ADD, ADHD, Aspergers, Autism, autistic spectrum disorders

Rob Kall: Stephen Sideroff, Ph.D. Neurofeedback and Reslience, Addiction, Sports Psychology, Chronic Pain and more Neurofeedback, addiction, resilience, Pain, Sports Psychology and more discussed.

Rob Kall: Lynn Johnson, Anger and Positive Psychology a wide ranging conversation loaded with practical tips on coping with anger and making happiness happen.

Rob Kall: Rick Hanson; Co-author; Buddha's Brain;The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, love and wisdom a great interview with the co-author of a very extraordinary, must read book.

Rob Kall: Richard Soutar Neurofeedback, Transformation, AVS Entrainment, EEG Database, PTSD, Bio Psycho Social Mapping a master trainer, developer, practitioner with a touch of shaman in him talks about his work

Rob Kall: Sebern Fisher; Attachment Disorder, Developmental Trauma and Neurofeedback a fascinating in depth discussion about attachment disorder
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Rob Kall: Gary Schwartz-- afterlife, dream, parapsychology experiments and studies Gary Schwartz is a pioneer in the fields of biofeedback, behavioral medicine, applied psychophysiology and is a former president of the Biofeedback Society of America AAPB.org)More recently he has worked extensively with biofield energy, being involved with millions in NIH funding for research. His latest work involves research integrating Mind, body, spirit, looking at energy healing and spirit existence, asking questions abo
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Rob Kall: Michael Linden, ADHD, Autism and Aspergers In Sports, School, Brainmapping to Detect Autism, and Neurofeedback Treatment the title says most. A solid, in depth interview with a published researcher who's breaking new ground documenting autism markers and its treatment

Rob Kall: Greg Levoy; Author of Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life Greg's book, CALLINGS, is one of my favorites. It explores the ideas of recognizing, saying no to, then yes to calls for growth, change, rebirth...

Rob Kall: Craig Webb; Dreams and the Unconcious tools for empowerment dream based technologies

Rob Kall: Lewis Mehl-Madrona, MD Story and Native American Healing Lewis is a physician, Native American Healer and an expert on the use of story in healting. He also works with Neurofeedback.

Rob Kall: Norm Shealy, MD healing, energy therapies, mind/body from the neurosurgeon who invented the T.E.N.S. unit (transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) and a dozen other inventions.
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Rob Kall: Hershel Toomim on Brain Blood Flow, HEG Hemoencephalography Neurofeedback Hershel, at 93, shares background on HEG and close to 50 years of experience working with biofeedback.
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Rob Kall: James Cutting; Shot by shot, films have evolved to resemble the natural rhythms of the brain. I found an article about James Cutting's work in the NY Times' list of most popular articles. Professor Cutting studies scene length patterns in movies. The subtitle of the article was "Shot by shot, films have evolved to resemble the natural rhythms of the brain."

Rob Kall: Steven Barnes; Fear, The Hero's Journey Course, Dying, Enlightenment Steve Barnes is an extraordinary renaissance man-- successful novelist, screenwriter, 4th degree blackbelt, coach to celebrities... He shares a lot here-- wisdom, techniques, ways of seeing, inspiration. He's a man worth listening to
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Rob Kall: Valdeane Brown on Non Linear Dynamical Healing Val says... "...if you trust the intrinsic wisdom of your body, just like you learned to walk.... the wisdom is in there. You don't have to fix stuff, you simply have to interrupt the process in which they are created and the wisdom of the system will take care of things. "

Rob Kall: Sue Wilson; Sports Psychology, Olympians, Neurofeedback and Biofeedback Using biofeedback and neurofeedback to help athletes enhance their athletic performance.

Rob Kall: Earl Miller top down Bottom Up brain processes Earl Miller is the Picower professor of Neuroscience at MIT. His paper, “An Integrative Theory of Prefrontal Cortex Function”, has been designated a Current Classic as among the most cited papers in Neuroscience and Behavior. He use fMRI and implanted microelectrodes in humans and monkeys. We talked about top down and bottom up brain functions and how they apply to brain dysfunction and optimal fuctioning.

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