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John DeLuca Exploring the In-Between: QEEG/LORETA Findings of \ Exploring the In-Between: QEEG/LORETA Findings of "Other Dimensional Awareness" (SKU: AH-P-266)
Futurehealth Plenary Talk by John DeLuca Anomalous experiences, such as spirit communication and perception of other dimensions, have been reported in individuals with complex partial seizures and temporal lobe epilepsy, closed head injury, or other traumatic emotional experiences. The QEEG and LORETA findings of a near 50-year old man with the above symptoms and a history of temporal lobe epilepsy are presented. The latter are compared to previous SPECT and MRI data as well relevant findings in the literature.
Anomalous Experiences, Qeeg-loreta, Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
John DeLuca Entering the Mandala: Living the Sacred Circle sm Entering the Mandala: Living the Sacred Circle sm (SKU: AH-W2-269)
Futurehealth Workshop by John DeLuca From early childhood, we construct a notion of ourselves and world. When our life experience is at odds with our view that arises from these fabrications, we suffer. In this experiential workshop, we explore the notion of the self as a mandala and more importantly, our immersion into the sacred space of the mandala environment in the spirit of Buddhist tantric practice. In this sense, the mandala is a metaphor for the deconstruction and reformation of the self and our notion of reality. Create a better life. Change your expectations and change your world. Re-vision yourself and live the light!
Indo-tibetan Buddhist Tantra, Inner Transformation, Mandala Practice
John Demos Neurofeedback Meets Wholistic Counseling Neurofeedback Meets Wholistic Counseling (SKU: AG-P-082)
Futurehealth Plenary Talk by John Demos Neurofeedback is an effective tool for enhancing brain metabolism. However, many prospective clients present with physiological symptoms, family issues and poor life style habits. Effective screening at the intial intake explores life-style habits, family structure as well as physiological problems.
Dysregulated Family, Life-style Habits, Wholistic Counseling
John Demos Neurofeedback Meets Neurology Neurofeedback Meets Neurology (SKU: AG-W2-084)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 4 hour workshop by John Demos. The presentation will review functions associated with the temporal, parietal, occipital lobes as well as the cingulate gyrus, cerebellum and the sensorimotor cotex. Symptoms can often be traced to specific regions of the brain. Neurotherapy protcols can be driven in part by an undertanding of neurology. This power point presentation will provide a rationale for therapy.
Cingulate Gyrus, Executive Functions, Parietal Lobes
John Demos Getting Started with MiniQ and full QEEG brain mapping Getting Started with MiniQ and full QEEG brain mapping (SKU: AH-W2-398)
Futurehealth Workshop by John Demos A number of clinians are considering adding either MiniQ and QEEG topographical brain mapping to their practice. One demonstration and several examples will illustrate how protocols can be developed from normative data. This short presentation is suitable for those new to topographical brain mapping methodology.
Asymmetry, Clinical Norms, QEEG, Single-hertz Bins
John Ewing The Human Operating System The Human Operating System (SKU: AG-P-009)
Futurehealth Plenary Talk by John Ewing The Human Operating System can now be described in a flowchart fashion. Emotion, desire, and consciousness can be described as processes in this simple model of thought. Many spiritual systems can now be mapped into a common schema of desire energy. The utility of this approach is that we can now have a model of what it is we are adjusting with various forms of therapy and can see how or why they might work.
Balance, Emotion, Spirit
Kamran Fallahpour Development and ageing across the lifespan using common Development and ageing across the lifespan using common (SKU: AG-P-146)
Futurehealth Plenary Talk by Kamran Fallahpour This study established standardized age, gender and years of education norms for subjects spanning nine decades for a newly developed battery of neuropsychological tests, IntegNeuro. The battery is standardized and fully automated, using a computerized touchscreen. The twelve neuropsychological tests of the battery were administered to 1007 male and female volunteers across the age range 6 to 82. Sensitive indicators of change during development and ageing were widely obtained on comprehensive measures of attention and working memory, learning and memory retrieval, and language, visuospatial function, sensori-motor and executive function. Improvement tended to occur through to the third and fourth decade of life, followed by gradual decrement and/or relatively stabilized performance thereafter. These results strongly underscore the need for most neuropsychological tests to norm according to age. Gender differences were obtained on measures of sustained attention, verbal learning and memory, visuospatial processing and motor function. Years of education in the adult cohort was reflected in better performance on a range of verbal measures. The IntegNeuro test battery presented as a sensitive indicator of normative function and provides a reference for assessing the presence of abnormal cognition, for evaluation of treatment effects and for longitudinal case management.
Computerized Neuropsych Screen, Norms, Validation
Les Fehmi SYNCHRONY:  HOW THE BRAIN CODES INFORMATION SYNCHRONY: HOW THE BRAIN CODES INFORMATION (SKU: AG-P-049)
Futurehealth Plenary Talk by Les Fehmi Early studies on information processing in the visual system have shown that visual information is transmitted as a spatial, not a temporal, code. Information travels toward the cortex as waves of synchronous action potentials. The role of synchrony in transmission of various kinds of information will be described. The role of synchrony in coding information at the level of the nerve, and at higher levels of neural organization, is crucial for controlling attention. Learning to increase and decrease brain wave synchrony with neurofeedback provides a skill set which is crucial to attentional flexibility and well being.
Attention, Eeg Synchrony, Information Coding
H. John Fisher If We're So Great, How Come Nobody's Heard of Us? If We're So Great, How Come Nobody's Heard of Us? (SKU: AH-P-264)
Futurehealth Panel/Paper Neurofeedback has been around since the 1960?s. An ever-growing number of studies have demonstrated its efficacy. In an editorial in the January, 2000 issue of the journal Clinical Encephalography, Frank Duffy, director of the Clinical Neurophysiology Laboratory and Developmental Neurophysiology Laboratory at Children?s Hospital in Boston, wrote: ?In my opinion, if any medication had demonstrated such a wide spectrum of efficacy it would be universally accepted and widely used.? Yet in spite of all this, we remain relatively unknown. Why isn?t neurotherapy universally recognized after more than 40 years? What are we doing that?s wrong? What aren?t we doing that we should be doing? This panel will attempt to take a look at what needs to be done to move neurofeedback towards wider acceptance. John Fisher, Moderator. Panelists: Val Brown, Tom Collura, John Hollister, Rob Kall, and Hal Myers.
Education, Marketing, Neurofeedback
Sebern Fisher Trauma and Recovery: The Integration of Neurofeedback and Psychotherapy Trauma and Recovery: The Integration of Neurofeedback and Psychotherapy (SKU: AH-W4-290)
Futurehealth Workshop by Sebern Fisher Post-traumatic stress disorder is, at its foundation, a disorder of the brain, particularly of the brain's ability to regulate fear. The brain oscillates between high sympathetic arousal as manifest in nightmares and startle responses and parasympathic under arousal, manifest at its worst in dissociation. PTSD is a brain in the grip of fear. The regulation of fear is the single most important contribution neurofeedback makes in the remediation of PTSD. This workshop will focus on the integration of neurofeedback and psychotherapy in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder, both acute and chronic.
Fear, Psychotherapy, Trauma
Sebern Fisher Affect Regulation, State Dependence and the Limits of Self Training Affect Regulation, State Dependence and the Limits of Self Training (SKU: AH-P-293)
Futurehealth WinterBrain Plenary presentation by Sebern Fisher.
Affect, Self-training, State
Tom Gross Brain Centered Whole Person Healing for AD/HD Brain Centered Whole Person Healing for AD/HD (SKU: AG-P-209)
Futurehealth WinterBrain Plenary presentation by Tom Gross Dr. Tom Gross, a board certified Chiropractic Neurologist, integrates drugless, natural neuroscientific methods of intervention helping overcome AD/HD and Aspergers Spectrum Disorders. This amazingly comprehensive approach screens for fundamental metabolic, neurological and neuropsychological problems. Interventions are aimed at restoring the innate self regulatory mechanisms so the benefits represent genuine and lasting healing.
Ad-hd, Neurofeedback, Whole Healing
Tom Gross Modern Neuron Theory and Functional Restoration Modern Neuron Theory and Functional Restoration (SKU: AG-P-215)
Futurehealth Plenary Talk by Tom Gross Great strides have been made in understanding neuronal function over recent years while functional interventions have been slow to make use of these findings. Three key elements regulating neuronal function are oxygen, glucose and activation. These three key elements are explored as rate limiting variables in Functional Neurological Rehabilitation.
Functional Restoration, Metabolic Capacity, Neuron Theory
Jay Gunkelman The Neurophysiological Substrate of Archetype The Neurophysiological Substrate of Archetype (SKU: AG-P-008)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 20 minute plenary presentation by Jay Gunkelman. The functioning of the mind and brain imply memory function, and this short talk will focus on a mechanism for "memory"... from storage and retrieval, to short term and long term memory. The neurophysiological underpinnings of memory contain within the cognitive neuroscience some direct implications regarding a mechanism for archetypal memory. This talk will attempt to communicate some of the mystery and awe that are inherent to real neuroscience.
Archetypal, Hologram, Memory
Jay Gunkelman How the Brain Works How the Brain Works (SKU: AG-W4-173)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 4 hour workshop presentation by Jay Gunkelman. The depth and complexity of the real workings of the human brain, as well as the sense of mystery and awe seen when really studying the brain will be covered.
Eeg Bands, Mind-brain-consciousness, Phenotype
Jay Gunkelman Mind/Brain/Consciousness Mind/Brain/Consciousness (SKU: AG-P-190)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 20 minute plenary presentation by Jay Gunkelman. The various EEG frequencies are ascribed to generators, and the timing relationships and dynamics seen as the brain processes information are used to show the implications on the mind-brain problem.
Binding, Consciousness, Slow Cortical Potentials
Jay Gunkelman Understanding Phenotypes and Clinical Subtypes to Use qEEG More Effectively in Planning Neurofeedback Understanding Phenotypes and Clinical Subtypes to Use qEEG More Effectively in Planning Neurofeedback (SKU: AH-P-350)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 20 minute plenary presentation by Jay Gunkelman. Abstract: The clinical use of EEG / qEEG is rapidly expanding since the acceptance of the clinical application of qEEG in 1994. This talk will provide a survey of various approaches to diagnosis and treatment planning, as well as having a depth discussion of the phenotype approach for predicting interventions based on EEG/qEEG data.
Dsm, Phenotype, QEEG
Jay Gunkelman Trans-cranial Direct Current Stimulation (TCDC): a old new tool for modifying brain function Trans-cranial Direct Current Stimulation (TCDC): a old new tool for modifying brain function (SKU: AH-P-351)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 20 minute plenary presentation by Jay Gunkelman. TCDC is a technique that has been known for many decades, but has only recently begun to have clinical application interest. The ability to excite or suppress function locally is easily accomplished, though there are technical details that are critically important.
Cortical, Direct Current, Stimulation
Jay Gunkelman How the Brain works; Designing Neurofeedback Interventions How the Brain works; Designing Neurofeedback Interventions (SKU: AH-W2-352)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 2 hour workshop presentation by Jay Gunkelman. This workshop is designed for intermediate attendees, and is oriented at providing a more in depth understanding of the phenotype approach to designing a NF intervention.
Eeg, Efficacy, Phenotype
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