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Using Non-Linear, Dynamical Measures of Change: Keeping Neurofeedback Training Safe and On Target Using Non-Linear, Dynamical Measures of Change: Keeping Neurofeedback Training Safe and On Target   SKU# AG-W2-196    Futurehealth WinterBrain 2 hour workshop presentation by Valdeane Brown. NLD tools can provide effective, easy to use tools to understand how well neurofeedback training is progressing, regardless of how it is done. Two such tools are presented and explored with data. (Specifications: MP3, 2 hours)   $25.00 (min.)
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Success Builds Sucess: Beyond the Double Blind 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. (Specifications: MP3, 20 mins)   $7.00 (min.)
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The Photonic Stimulator as an Adjunct to Neurofeedback The Photonic Stimulator as an Adjunct to Neurofeedback   SKU# AG-W2-224    Futurehealth Workshop by Len Ochs (Specifications: MP3, 2 hours)   $25.00 (min.)
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Neurofeedback as a Catalyst for Maturation in Rehabilitation Neurofeedback as a Catalyst for Maturation in Rehabilitation   SKU# AG-P-226    Futurehealth Plenary Talk by Len Ochs We are used to thinking of neurofeedback from an interventionist point of view, in which we shape the EEG. Another viewpoint is that once a person is impaired, the individual is unable to proceed by him or herself through the maturation process to regain function. Neurofeedback acts as a releaser mechanism to permit normal maturation of function by blocking the neurochemical defenses that were erected to protect the brain. Instead, however, these neurochemical defenses interfere with normal functioning. It is the brain?s seeking of normalcy that is catalyzed by neurofeedback, for which we are the midwives. (Specifications: MP3, 20 mins)   $7.00 (min.)
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Potentiating neurotherapy Potentiating neurotherapy   SKU# AH-W4-260    Futurehealth WinterBrain 4 hour workshop by Paul Swingle There are many clients who are not capable of volitional neurofeedback training. such clients include those with ASDs, very young infants, and those with dementias. New techniques for "driving' brainactivity as adjunct to or propaedeutically to neurofeedback will be explained and demonstrated. (Specifications: MP3)   $25.00 (min.)
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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. (Specifications: MP3)
  • experienced panel joins John
  $7.00 (min.)
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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. (Specifications: MP3, 20 mins)
  • neurofeedback
  • bipolar disorder
  • synchrony
  • mechanisms
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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. (Specifications: MP3, 4 hours)   $45.00 (min.)
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Neurofeedback and Asthma:  Is Asthma the undetected variable dragging out your cases? Neurofeedback and Asthma: Is Asthma the undetected variable dragging out your cases?   SKU# AH-P-291    Futurehealth Plenary Talk by Molly Raaymakers. The domination of asthma in my Midwestern region plays a clear role in multiple Bi-polar, ADD/ADHD, Mood Disorder, Migraine and TMJ cases. (Specifications: MP3)   $7.00 (min.)
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The Role of Biofeedback and Neurofeedback in Neuroplasticity The Role of Biofeedback and Neurofeedback in Neuroplasticity   SKU# AH-P-299    Futurehealth WinterBrain 20 minute plenary presentation by Bernard Brucker. (Specifications: MP3, 20 mins)   $7.00 (min.)
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Waking Up The Automatic Self   SKU# AH-W2-301    Futurehealth Workshop by Richard Soutar Our neurophysiological organization is such that we routinize our responses to all situations and once the routines are established to act reflexively or automatically to the fast majority of future situations unless they are novel. As a consequence we tend to become prisoners of our own habitual patterns. If those patterns are not well matched to our environment we may misinterpret what we perceive and respond inaccurately. The result can be unproductive conflict or neglect resulting in lack of access to social resources. This workshop focuses on methods of identifying key domains of routinization that pertain to social interaction that are counterproductive. Methods of transforming these patterns utilizing neurofeedback, self-awareness training, visualization and insight will be explored. (Specifications: MP3, 2 hours)   $25.00 (min.)
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Neurofeedback Empowered Memory Revision   SKU# AH-P-302    Futurehealth Plenary Talk by Hershel Toomin. This new concept empowers the neurofeedback therapist with new powers to alter or enhance memory related experiences that interfere with optimal functioning. (Specifications: MP3, 20 mins)   $7.00 (min.)
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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. (Specifications: MP3, 20 mins)   $7.00 (min.)
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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. (Specifications: MP3, 2 hours)   $25.00 (min.)
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THE MODULAR COHERENCE APPROACH TO NEUROFEEDBACK TRAINING THE MODULAR COHERENCE APPROACH TO NEUROFEEDBACK TRAINING   SKU# AH-W4-321    Futurehealth WinterBrain Workshop by Jonathan Walker (Specifications: MP3, 4 hours)   $45.00 (min.)
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