Everything You Need for a Successful NeuroFB Practice (SKU: AC-W2-003)
Futurehealth WinterBrain 2 hour presentation by Gay Larned.
This practice development workshop offers an easy approach to the fundamental basics of a successful NF practice and is designed for new and established clinicians alike.
If We're So Great, How Come Nobody's Heard of Us? (SKU: AH-P-264)
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.
Storytelling - the World's Greatest Marketing Tool, How to Create Stories That Persuade, Motivate and Sell (SKU: AG-P-112)
Futurehealth Plenary Talk by Sally Strackbein
Your own stories dramatically improve your ability to attract people and clients who are right for you. We explore how to use stories on websites, in marketing material and in "elevator speeches."
You learn how to turn your experiences into stories that touch emotions moving people to act. You learn:
=> Why today's marketing needs to be personal to work
=> How to craft stories that evoke emotions
=> How to find your own story and make it a marketing tool for you
Success Builds Sucess: Beyond the Double Blind (SKU: AG-P-203)
Futurehealth Plenary Talk by Gary Schummer
Neurofeedback has many roads to success, depending on the definition of success. A model of success beyond that offered through research will be presented. We're speaking of the creation of many well managed effective treatment centers.