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Sue Othmer Beyond Good And Bad Brainwaves: A New Understanding Of Rewards And Inhibits Beyond Good And Bad Brainwaves: A New Understanding Of Rewards And Inhibits (SKU: AG-P-043)
Futurehealth WinterBrain Plenary presentation by Sue Othmer A simple model of rewarding good (beta/SMR) brainwaves and inhibiting bad (theta) brainwaves no longer predicts or explains the clinical results we find with new neurofeedback training approaches.
Bipolar, Mechanisms, Synchrony
Sue Othmer More Effective Neurofeedback with Very High-Arousal Clients: Going Below 0-3 Hz More Effective Neurofeedback with Very High-Arousal Clients: Going Below 0-3 Hz (SKU: AH-P-318)
Futurehealth WinterBrain Plenary Talk by Sue Othmer High-arousal neurofeedback clients have continued to challenge us over the years to develop techniques that are sufficiently calming.
Anxiety, Autism, Reactive Attachment Disorder
Sue Othmer Neurofeedback with Young Children Neurofeedback with Young Children (SKU: AH-W2-319)
Futurehealth WinterBrain Workshop by Sue Othmer. There has been some controversy within the neurofeedback community regarding the possibility of working with children under 6 or 7 years of age. Our clinical experience over the last 20 years is that even very young children are able to effectively engage with and benefit from neurofeedback.
Brain Injury, Children, Developmental Delay
Sue Othmer Reward And Inhibit Strategies:  Recent Advances in Theory and Practice Reward And Inhibit Strategies: Recent Advances in Theory and Practice (SKU: AG-W4-064)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 4 hour workshop by Sue Othmer. This workshop will cover (1) the very different roles of rewards and inhibits, and how they relate to normal regulatory rhythms versus abnormal disregulated EEG activity; (2) different clinical options in combining inhibit bands and optimizing reward frequencies with one and two-channel EEG training; (3) the role of bipolar training in desynchronizing EEG activity and stabilizing brain function; and (4) the integration of interhemispheric with single-hemisphere training.
Bipolar, Interhemispheric, Neurofeedback
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