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1997, 96, 95 Winter Brain/Neurofeedback Meeting   audio and video tapes

1997 workshop descriptions at bottom of page specify 1997 tapes
Lecture audio tapes: $12.50 each
        Workshop tapes 2hr audio $45 video $49   4hr audio $79 video $95

W7A4 Jay Gunkelman:  Advanced Topics in QEEG

W7B 4 Peter Rosenfeld  workshop: prep course for EEG exam
W7C 4 Barry Sterman & Chris Mann Sleep Disorder med & EEG BF  trtmnts
W7D4 Michael Hutchison Peak Performance; New Tools & Techniques
W7E2 Clifford L. Corman   The T.O.V.A.(R) in Clinical Practice
W7F2 Gary Schwartz & Linda Russek: An Energy Systems Approach to NF
W7G2 Judith Lubar  Relationship between EEG changes, Stages of Learning, and Long Term Success in NF
W7H2 Michael Linden : Everything you always wanted to know about NFB & ADD but forgot to ask: The nuts & bolts of  testing and treating ADD Clients
W7J2 Ken Tachiki & Elmar Weiler Disease Pathology and NFB Procedures
W7K2 Marilyn Ferguson Streams of Consciousness
W7L4 Joel Lubar WS: Referential Vs Bi-polar assessment, databases and "pattern analysis" for  NF  treatment of ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, tourettes syndrome  & seizure disorders.
W7M2 Siegfried Othmer, Mechanisms of EEG BF: Ansatz to the G.U.T. (Grand Unified Theory) of EEG Biofeedback
W7MA2 Susan Othmer: Refinement of Protocols based on clinical data & brain function models
W7N4 Julian Isaacs  & Patricia Fields Neurofeedback, Subtle Energy treatment and   Intuition; An introductory exploration
W7P4 Thom  Hartmann: ADD Success Strategies
W7Q2 Carla Nelson HYPERACTIVE HEARTS & MINDS: Towards a Unified View of ADD?
W7R2 Vince Monastra Integrative Approach to Assessing ADD/ADHD

W7S2 Lynda  & Michael Thompson: cognitive strategies &  NFB
W7T4 Anna Wise The high Performance Mind. Sold out
W7V4 Frank Echenhoffer Using EEG Biofeedback To Explore Consciousness
W7X2 Karl Pribram: Thoughts on the Electrical Activity of the Brain
W7Y2 David Siever Sound Light technology
WZ2 Niels Birbaumer Slow Cortical Potential bioffeedback
W7AA2 Jaelline Jaffe Making the Connection:   Multiple Intelligences and Learning Theory for Psychotherapists
W7BB4 Len Ochs Treatment Planning in Neurotherapy
W7CC4 Tom Brownback  Neurodiagnosis & therapy with dissociatives
W7DD2 Rob Kall  Positive Emotional Intelligence Training, integrating heart & technology. Positive experience training.
WEE2 S. Louise Norris  Collecting The Income You Earn.:  Insurance, reimbursement, billing, practice mngmnt
W7KK2 Dan Maust What to do when you hear "S/He just won't listen"Efficient Remedtn of Short-term MemoryProblems
W7FF2 Bill Scott  Applications of ALpha Theta Training in Clinical Practice
W7GG4 Valdeane Brown The five phase model of Neurofeedback; Making order our of  Chaos
W7HH4 Tom Allen  Neurobehavioral disorder continuum: ADD and beyond; approach to NF
W7JJ4 Jay Gunkelman  Intro to QEEG & Neurofeedback

Lecture Tapes
audio only: $12.50 each

PS1  Rob Kall: Opening Talk
R Kall : Moving Multiple Intelligences into  neurofeedback and peak performance, moving NF into MI  & education
PS-2  George Fuller Von Bozzay  reading the brain from the skin Cliff Corman Using Tova to evaluate optimal performance under medication to determine BF training goals
Siegfried Othmer  Assessment
Vince Monastra assessing ADHD
PS4 Jay Gunkelman: Pre & Post QEEG in Successful NF Remediation  Daniel Hoffman& Steve Stockdale QEEG  & NF
PS6 Barry Sterman Lecture: Topographic EEG profiles: a new classification for neurological &   psychiatric disorders? 
PS7 Karl Pribram A Power Spectral Density Analysis of Brain Electrical Activity
PS9 Gary Schwartz & Linda Russek  Neurotherapy and the Heart:  The Challenge of Energy Cardiology.
PS-10   Hershel Toomim  Spectral Photo- metric  feedback of Brain blood flow  Carol Manchester Treating High Risk Managed Care patients with NF & Self-exploration
PS11  Richard  Gevirtz:  Autononomic Control of Muscle Pain  Herta Flor Brain Plasticity & Pain; New Treatment Approaches Julie Weiner  fibromalgia
9:00Paul  Swingle  Grand Rounds Panel Sterman,
S1 Dan Maust Wideband FB  Tom  Collura Brain- master Project,   Jon Cowan Concentration Relaxation Cycle
Frank Deits feedback delay
Tom Collura:  Applications of Small brainwave machines
S2 Michael Linden : Everything you always wanted to know about NFB & ADD but forgot to ask: The nuts & bolts of testing and treating ADD Clients
S3 Lynda & Michael Thomson Training Results with ADD Clients: I NF training for Attention Deficit Disorder in adults as effective as similar training carried out with children.
S4 Thom Hartmann: What Maslow Overlooked: The Need To Feel Alive; Adjusting the Thalamic Faucet for ADD and Beyond
S5 Joel Lubar Effects of EEG Entrain ment on QEEG, Neurological correlates of intense engrossment  in auditory tasks
S6 Judith Lubar: Therapist Role in NF treatment of  ADD/HD and Addiction
S7Julian Isaacs Alpha , nutritional supplements & ADD,
Carla Nelson: What  the World Needs to Know About  NF Before It Will Beat   a Path to Your Door David Velkoff: The True Costs of Establishing the Field of Neurofeedback
PS7 David Cole EEG results of Close Dolphin Contact: a sonophoresis model
S8 Joe Kamiya: Panel: History of NF (Scwartz, Wise, Rosenfeld, Othmer, Sterman, Lubar, Budzynski, Echenhoffer, Pribram, and more
X-1 Dennis Campbell Measuring Peak Performance Sue Wilson Athletic Performance Dan Chartier golf  & NF, extended alpha training
X2 Geoffrey Blundell  Max Cade and Humanistic Neurofeedback
Peter Parks Neurofeedback  in the integration of  Humanistic,  Psycho- dynamic and Behavioral  Principles. Rae Tattenbaum:  Time Travel;  hypnosis &  regression, alpha-theta ratios
X3 Frank Echenhoffer EEG of consciousness, tantra & exceptional states 
X4 Anna Wise:  Group vs. Indiv. EEG training for the high performance mind
X5  Marilyn Ferguson   Brains & Minds meet the third Millenium
Carla Nelson  When Clinicians connect in cyberspace
X6 Jaelline  Jaffe Making the Connection:  Multiple Intelligences and Learning Theory for Psychotherapists
X7  Jim Hardt Six NF Trainings Case Histories from Intensive Trainings in Alpha and Beta FB
X8 Panel: Rob Kall: Positive Paradigms- an alternate vision for health care and achieving optimal potential  Wise, Schwartz, Hartmann, Hardt, Ferguson, Hutchison, and more
M1 Len Ochs Treatment Planning in Neurotherapy.
M2 Niels Birbaumer: BF of Slow Cortical Potentials in Epilepsy, schizophrenia  & Severe Motor Paralysis. (a totally different  approach to NFback, with decades of research and validation) John Gruzelier & Jennifer Wild: Self Regulation of frontal and central inter-hemispheric asymmetry: individual differences & schizophrenia - individual differences & implications for psychopathology.
M4 Peter Rosenfeld: Recent research on Alpha Asymmetry & depression."
M5 Michael Hutchison  Peak Performance New Tools & Techniques
M6 Valdeane Brown Integrating NF with solution oriented rapid therapy: working   quickly with borderline personality disorders.
Victoria Ibric RSD, Chronic Pain, Hypertension, Parkinsons; brief clinical sketches
M7 S. Louise Norris  Developing A Business Mind Set.
John Gilbert Income & NF
T1 William C. Scott Ending the War Within; remediating PTSD with alpha/theta  neurofb
T2  Susan Othmer SMR/beta training for Autism and Asperger's Syndrome David A. Kaiser Specificity of EEG BF  for Cognitive Deficits Joy  W. Craddick  Adverse Effects on Neuro- therapy From Ingestion of  Excitotoxins And Other Dietary Substances
T3  Tom Budzynski: Brain Brightening; Enhancing mental functioning in the elderly
T4 Tom Allen  Dimensions of Arousal in NF-- Voluntary Control Mechanisms
T5 David Siever Light & Sound entrainment research: Insomnia  Uwe Gerlach Photic stimulation as a key tool for healing and peak performance protocols  Ken Tachiki photostimulation as a tool in NF

Foundations Course
Joel Lubar EEG &  neuroFB
basics, ADD/ADHD BF    
Valdeane Brown 5 phase approach
Siegfried Othmer NF approaches  
Nancy White  Alpha Theta trng  
Paul Swingle beginners  grand rounds
Audio: $129 video $199 both $249

Detailed Workshop Descriptions

WA1-5 Jay Gunkelman: Advanced Topics in QEEG
Patterns seen in ADD/ADHD/LD, Depression, OCD, Trauma etc,
Techniques to miinimize artifact
Mu and LAmbda seen in mapping
Coherence: Graphics or tables
Montage and resultL Laplacian, linked ears, common average
Artifacting and stage 1 sleep
CertificationL why and why not
Higher analysis: z-score, cluster, discriminate, factor
Database considerations
Bring your case data for discussion

WB 6-10 J. Peter Rosenfeld, Ph.D.,
BCIA EEG EXAM Prep Course Workshop: 
Peter, of Northwestern University has researched and taught Psychophysiology and EEG biofeedback for 30 years, has over 100 publications, and was AAPB President, NIH Review Committee member, and is Editorial Board member of  Biofeedback & Self Regulation, and is also chair of the BIA-EEG exam committee, and developed this workshop as a preparation for that exam.
Summary:  In this workshop, we will cover the bioelectric origin of EEG as a sum of post-synaptic potentials.  The needed background in Neurophysiology will be provided.   We will also review basic neuroanatomy sufficient to understand the general origins and meanings of EEG rhythms.
We will also cover basic instrumentation and montages (NOT montages specific for every protocol).  Specific protocol for Alpha Asymmetry and affective disorders, as well as current results, will be covered.  We will also cover event-related potentials (ERPs), origins, and their diagnostic uses.  We will finally discuss the history of neurofeedback and survey some of the better known protocols.
       Learning objectives:  1) understanding of basic neuroscience and the origin of EEG and EEG-derived ERPs 2) knowledge of appropriate instrumentation and montages for EEG recording 3) knowledge of origins and uses of EEG biofeedback.  4) Preparation for BCIA-EEG exam.
       Audience:  This course is designed for   those who want to be introduced to EEG biofeedback and/or augment  their basic-specialized knowledge.  It is  also intended to provide background preparation for the BCIA-EEG specialty exam (and is indeed taught by the chair of the BCIA-EEG exam committee).
1 Basic Neurophysiology, Neuroanatomy, Neuropharmacology.
2. Neuronal origin of EEG, methods of EEG recording, EEG montages, ERP (or Event-related potentials), ERSPs (event-related spectral perturbations,  as in Event-related (de-) synchronization.
3. Origins and survey of EEG biofeedback, 1960-1980.
4. Review of modern EEG biofeedback protocols with special emphasis on >mood disorders (depression), EEG entrainment  and EEG asymmetry effects of biofeedback and stimulation. 

WC2-6 Barry Sterman & Chris Mann
Workshop: Sleep, Sleep Disorders Medicine, and EEG Biofeedback ?
Dept of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Neuropsychology Research
The workshop will introduce participants to current thinking about the brain's regulation of the sleep process, fundamental concepts and methods in the study and evaluation of this process, the field of sleep disorders medicine, and rational concepts and applications of EEG neurofeedback to the treatment of these disorders. Our objectives include providing a basis for 1)understanding how sleep is viewed as a physioogical regulatory process and how it is objectively evaluated, 2)recognizing sleep disorders that may present  in a clinical context, 3) appreciating medical treatment resources and strategies, and 4) deciding when and how to attempt EEG neurofeedback as a treatment.

WD2-6 Michael Hutchison Peak Performance; New Tools & Techniques
Neurofeedback trains users to produce alterations in EEG activity and thereby enhance mind-body functioning. There is now evidence that other types of stimulation/ training can produce profound EEG changes and mind-body benefits to the user-- in many cases more rapidly and at far less cost than neurofeedback.
In this workshop, we will experience first-hand the effects of several types of brain tools that produce rapid changes in brainwaves, brain states and mind body performance. We will explore the uses of light-sound systems in several sessions, including alpha-theta, beta, SMR and flexibility or dimensionality training.  We will demonstrate how to create psychoacoustic effects using binaural beats, and how to use binaural beats and other psychoacoustic effects in your practice, including how to create highly effective personalized psychoacoustic programs and tapes for clients, etc. We will also demonstrate and explore the uses of microcurrent CES devices, which recent research demonstrates produce rapid and immediate neurochemical changes, alterations of EEG and increases in EEG dimensionality.

WE 2-4 Clifford L. Corman: The T.O.V.A.(R) in Clinical Practice   
The presentation will cover the following.
Specifications, validity, and variables will be described, as well as, use of the T.O.V.A. in various settings.   Comparisons & descriptions of other continuous performance tests will be introduced and discussed. 
Finally, case presentations will be discussed to demonstrate:
1.  Clinical applications, including a discussion of behavior vs. cognitive emphasis.
2.  Effects of nicotine, caffeine, and prozac.
3.  An example of head injury effects.
4.  Effects of IQ on the variables of attention.
5.  An interview form for adults & adolescents.

WF 2-4 Gary E. Schwartz An Energy Systems Approach to Neurotherapy
Professor of Psychology, Neurology & Psychiatry and Director, Human Energy Systems Laboratory, Univ of AZ
Biofeedback in general (and neurofeedback in particular) is very complicated. Many different theories of how neurotherapy works have been proposed, but thus far, there has been no way to integrate these diverse models into a comprehensive framework.  Using modern systems theory, I will present a NINE LEVEL MODEL that integrates all of  the major theories of self regulation. The model  is biopsychosocial-- it goes from the micro (LEVEL ONE begins automatic biological self-regulation) to the macro (LEVEL NINE involves social neurofeedback interactions). LEVELS TWO through EIGHT organize the major frameworks of learning, motivation and emotion, expectancy and insight. Clinical diagnosis and treatment can be greatly enhanced  when the NINE LEVELS are understood and implemented. After the NINE LEVELS are presented, the workshop will consider  the integration of systems theory with modern concepts of energy (Russek & Schwartz, 1996; Schwartz & Russek, 1996) Applications of  neurotherapy to alternative medicine become straightforward when an energy systems approach to biofeedback is understood. Clinical examples will be shared and implications for practice and research will be developed.

WG 2-6  Judith Lubar: Relationship Between EEG Changes, Stages of Learning andand Long Term Success in Neurofeedback
This workshop will cover the development of      EEG changes over neurofeedback treatment and follow-up. We will examine reasonable expectations for EEG and behavioral change over the course of treatment, and at specific critical treatment points. I wil emphasize those EEG shifts that indicate the emergence of learning or emotional problems, e.g., learning disabilities, emotional problems, sexual or physical abuse in family or school settings. These and other problems will be discussed in the context of depression, anxiety, oppositional and conduct disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders and ADD/HD. Each of the above will be illustrated by specific case histories and graphical presentation of EEG data over a long period of time. I will emphasize  the EEG markers of success at different stages of the treatment process and will discuss how a specific form of initial assessment directly relates to the kind of problems that one commonly sees and the therapist's ability to deal with them effectively.

ADD is the most common psychiatric disorder in children, with approximately 10 percent of children effected and only 25 percent of these children outgrow the ADD symptoms.   ADD is a complex diagnosis since many other realted disorders cna be co-morbid.   The diagnosis of ADD should be based on a thorough testing and background history.   The assessment should include behavioral rating scales, IQ tests, achievement tests, CPT tests and an EEG brainwave evaluation to determine if the individual is a candidate for Neurotherapy training.  Accurate testing will help design the Neurotherapy treatment plan including which type of Neurofeedback (Beta, SMR, etc.) is most beneficial to begin with and what obstacles may interfere with successful training.   Other multi-modality treatments (medication, counseling, support groups) will be discussed.  Plenty of time for discussion of case examples and questions & answers will be provided.

WJ 2 Ken Tachiki & Elmar Weiler: Disease Pathology and Neurofeedback Procedures  
        This workshop will focus on electrode placement sites on the scalp for neurofeedback treatment of disease conditions.   Actual case data will be employed to illustrate: 1) the decision process for selection of electrode placement sites; 2) the EEG process(s) during neurofeedback treatment; 3) the use of EEG data as a guide during the neurofeedback treatment process; and 4) EEG changes occurring as a result of the treatment process.  Cases for illustration include mild traumatic brin injury, Parkinson's disease, Attention Deficit Disorder, Depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Childhood Autism and Cerebral Palsy.

WK2  Marilyn Ferguson Streams of Consciousness
Is consciousness mediated through cerebrospinal fluid in the ventricles? Our forefathers   thought  so. The notion didn't fade out until the mid 18th century, when more "scientific" thought came into play. In fact, such a model helps account for a number of apparent  anomalies, such as the relatively normal intelligence  found in some hydrocephalics and the way learning seems to be diffuse rather  than   localized.  This workshop looks at  evidence for this classical view and   the practical  implications for  research medicine, education and therapy.
Publisher of Brain/Mind Bulletin, American Society for Training and Development Brain Trainer of the Year, author of Brain Revolution, Aquarian Conspiracy and  Radical Common Sense (forthcoming.)

WL 4 Joel Lubar: Referential vs. bipolar asessment , databases, pattern analysis, for NFB treatment of ADD/HD, learning disabilities, Tourette's Syndrome & Seizure disorders
I will demonstrate with instrumentation and LCD screen a simple and logical method for deciding whether to train referentially or bipolar for any established neurofeedback application. Next I will demonstrate how for ADD/HD to relate the results to our database of over 600 cases, and then how to fine tune the instrumentation to reward a pattern related to either normalization or optimal performance in a specific task such as reading or listening.

WM 2 Siegfried Othmer: Mechanisms of EEG Biofeedback: Ansatz to the G.U.T. (Grand Unified Theory) of EEG Biofeedback
    EEG biofeedback has been shown effective for a variety of indications which bear little apparent relationship clinically: these include such disparate conditions as epilepsy, ADHD, affective disorders, alcoholism, chronic pain, sleep disorders, and even characterological disorders. To fully appreciate the mechanisms of action of EEG biofeedback, one must move from the phenomenological level of the DSM-IV to the neurophysiological level which underpins these phenomena. Pharmacology has motivated such an approach in order to understand the mechanism of action of psychopharmaco- logical agents. EEG biofeedback compels a similar appraisal from the standpoint of the electrical activity of the brain.
EEG biofeedback is non-specific with respect to clinical indications; it is likewise non-specific with respect to neuromodulator systems which underpin behavior. It  is fruitful to inquire as to the role of rhythmic electrical activity in governing activation and arousal, as well as in organizing collective cerebral activity (the binding problem). The emerging understanding of the organization of rhythmic activity in the EEG can then lead to systematizing protocol selection with a hopefully parsimonious set of protocols.

WM 2 Susan F. Othmer: Refinement of EEG biofeedback protocols on the basis of clinical data and models of brain function.
Refinement of protocols will be discussed based on models of brain function, on a variety of assessment tools, and on an increasing base of clinical data.
A variety of assessment tools is now employed to determine appropriate training strategies to address hemisphere-specific deficits and frontal lobe dysfunction. However, the main burden of assessment remains with the interview. Examples of training strategies will be reviewed in support of the emerging set of training protocols.

Neurofeedback offers a modality in which cognitive, affective,
endocrinological and immune system disorders may be addressed.  All of  these disease entities have complex interrelations with the psychology of the individual, with their mind/body relationship, their spiritual outlook and frequently their unconscious definition of life purpose. 
The application of intuitive methods by practitioners to these levels  of the client's psyche may sometimes offer an effective frame in which  to construe the totality of the client's situation and thereby permit  the mirroring back of salient unconscious issues for integration in  consciousness.  Research in anthropology, parapsychology and  psychoneuroimmunology has strongly suggested that unconventional   healing methods employing subtle energy are effective and can in some cases produce powerful results.  This workshop will introduce the  neurofeedback therapist to the use of intuitive methods in neurofeedback and the integration of the use of subtle energy .

WP 2 Thom Hartmann: ADD Success Strategies
   Expanding on the information presented in the "What Maslow Overlooked"  talk, Thom Hartmann will present a detailed look at various strategies,  technologies, and methods to improve the chances for academic and life success for children and adults with ADD.  This workshop will emphasize life skills, meditation practice, and shifting paradigms (leaving the EEG aspects of ADD treatment to others).
   When Abraham Maslow wrote Motivation and Personality back in 1954, he didn't have the advantage we do now of a reasonably thorough knowledge of  neurochemistry.   He observed people and the way they interacted with the world, and developed his theory of the "hierarchy of human needs, which ranged from the need for safety to the need for social interaction to the need for what some may call religious experience.
   But Maslow had his own particular neurochemistry, which colored his   observations...and caused him to overlook a critical point.  This overlooked "basic human need" may, in fact, be so critical to an understanding of human nature that understanding it gives us a revelatory flash of insight into the
nature of personality disorders, and specifically attention deficit disorder (ADD).   This is what I call "The Need To Feel Alive," and it also explains why some people have multiple jobs, mates, and lifestyles, whereas others settle into one fixed routine and stay with it their entire lives, apparently quite happy in their stasis.
   To understand how Maslow could have overlooked a fundamental human need which drives the behaviors of as much as 30% of our population, it's important to first understand how a part of the brain is wired.  This particular part of the brain, and the way it works, can cause this need to come into being, or to remain unexpressed in a person's life.
   This presentation will explore how this aspect of neurochemistry can be so pivotal in the development of an individual, can contribute so powerfully to their success or failure as an adult and member of society, and how neuro- and bio-feedback may present very effective therapeutic interventions.

WQ 2 Carla Nelson: HYPERACTIVE HEARTS & MINDS:  Towards a Unified View of ADD?
Scores of experts have studied attention deficiencies and filled in parts of the ADD puzzle. But we still lack a box top, a picture that shows how the pieces can fit all together. Many are asking if it is even possible for the wide range of symptoms and traits we call "ADD" to rest side-by-side in any one DSM category. But where some are calling for more splitting apart, Carla Nelson is calling for more coming together. Blending findings from clinical practice with leading edge research from learning theory to psychobiology, she shows how the ADD puzzle becomes a unified whole if we look at arousal and attention together. This workshop details a matrix of nine attentional states that shift in response to stimuli, a dyanamic model of ADD that moves along a continuum from underaroused hypofocusing to hyperaroused hyperfocusing, leaving a trail of pointers to common comorbidities. With a vivid functional portrait that makes good sense to both layfolk and specialists, she provides a powerful platform that practioners can employ to explain their treatment protocols to patients and peers.
Carla Berg Nelson, a Bay Area journalist who reports on new developments in science and tech and holds a degree in psych from Berkeley, is leader of the Mind-Brain/Body Sciences Forum (GO MIND) on CompuServe and co-leader of  GO ADD where she has been a lay counselor to thousands of ADD families and conducted live interviews with most of the best known specialists in the field.

WR4 Vincent Monastra An Integrative Approach for Assessing and Treating ADHD
Genetic, neuroanatomical and QEEG research findings support a model of ADHD as a "non-adaptive" neurodevelopmental "disorder" characterized by behavioral, neuro-psychological and neurological traits. "Mainstream" approaches to assessment have relied on historical, observational and neuro-psychological test findings for diagnostic purposes due to the absence of a "laboratory" test for the underlying neurological disorder. However, due to the high degree of co-morbidity between ADHD and psychiatric disorders (e.g. affective and conduct disorders), the error rates for behavioral and neuro-psychological tests have been unacceptably high, when diagnosis is attempted on the basis of these tests alone.
In order to improve diagnostic accuracy, a team of researchers led by Dr. Monastra and Joel Lubar, Ph.D. examined the use of QEEG assessment procedures in the diagnosis of ADHD. their findings indicated the ability of QEEG procedures to identify patients with ADHD with a high degree of accuracy and enhance the accuracy level of behavioral and neuro-psychological (CPTs) measures.
This workshop will proceed from a detailed examination of the Monastra, Lubar, Linden, Green et al QEEG Validation Study and present an integrative assessment strategy that is consistent with the current neuro-developmental model of ADHD. In addition, based on a perspective of ADHD as a neuro-developmental disorder that is observed in the form of inattention, impulsivity and hyperactivity at home and school, this workshop will present specific neurotherapeutic, cognitive and behavioral interventions that constitute an Integrative Therapeutic Approach for ADHD.

WS 4 Lynda Thompson (co-author The ADD Book), Michael Thompson   Cognitive Strategies:  What they are and how to integrate them into Neurofeedback Training with ADD students.
  For ADD  Child and Adult Clients,  Neurofeeedback Training is necessary but not sufficient to effect maximum improvement.    This workshop will   describe: (1) a feedback program using EEG, EDR and peripheral temperature for ADD clients;  (2) teach learning strategies to improve reading, listening, organizing and remembering and,  (3) show how neurofeedback and metacognitive strategies are combined in the ADD Centre's program.More Detailed Description of Workshop:Title:    Metacognition Combined with Neurofeedback: an Effective Educational Approach to ADD For Child ClientsFor Adult ClientsTarget Audience:Participants may be at any stage of experience:  however, the objectives are worded to apply to participants who   have had some experience with the use of neurofeedback with children and  / or adults who have ADD or ADHD.Terminal Objective:       To enable the participants to be able to apply the combined approach of Metacognitive strategies and Neurofeedback to ameliorate the symptoms (short attention span, distractibility, impulsive approach to work) of ADD and the associated academic difficulties, including underacheivement due to a disorganized approach to work.Enabling Objectives:Neurofeedback: At the completion of the seminar the participants should be able:to distinguish sub-groups of ADD children and apply the correct use of SMR vs beta training to each group.impulsive (may be either under or over aroused)non-impulsiveto select appropriate electrode placement which may vary with arousal, impulsivity and presence or absence of language difficulties.to recognize and distinguish two groups of children with ADD according to their level of alertness and apply the appropriate EDR feedback to each group. under-arousedover-arousedTo recognize three groups of  ADD Adults and apply appropriate training strategies for each group.Metacognitive Strategies:At the completion of the seminar the participants should be able:to define metacognitionto apply a 7 step metacognitive strategy for junior high, high school and college studentsto reading new materialto listening to lecturesto organizing a written or verbal presentationto apply cognitive strategies to elementary school math and readingto improve a client's setting of goals and management of time (high school and adult clients) Metacognition combined with Neurofeedback: At the completion of the seminar the participants should be able:to develop a training protocol for an ADD client that combines appropriate neurofeedback, EDR and peripheral temperature feedback,  and training in metacognitive strategies. Description of Seminar:A didactic lecture covering   sub-types of ADD and appropriate Neurofeedback approaches to each will be given.   At this juncture metacognition will be introduced and the seminar will become` more interactive with the participants being challenged with a brief reading assignment that is given to students at the ADD Centres who are in grade 7 and above.  This will be followed by a quick lecture preparation assignment. When the participants have completed their tasks there will be a discussion of the techniques they used to approach the tasks and that will be compared with the approach of children and even college level students with ADD.  The leaders will present a 7 step strategic approach to reading, preparing for exams or presentations, and listening to boring lecture materials.  The participants will then be invited to spend a few minutes reading a passage using the metacognitive approaches just discussed and discussing the differences they experienced when using these techniques.  They will repeat this procedure revamping the lead previously worked on.  Organizing thinking processes and strategies and understanding different levels of memory and the use of various visual and auditory/verbal memory techniques will be emphasized.  Throughout the presentaton the rationale for combining neurofeedback with training and learning skills will be underscored.    This combination effectively improves performance and leads to high levels of customer satisfaction.  Clients have immediate benefits from applying   metacognitive strategies and long term benefits  from the combination of strategies and neurofeedback. SEMINAR: INTRODUCTION: LECTURE ON NEUROFEEDBACK: ASSIGNMENTS DISCUSSION OF ASSIGNMENTS:strategies usedamount recalledorganization of materialhow children with ADD approach these tasks LECTURE ON METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES: RETRY ASSIGNMNETS  USING STRATEGIES: DISCUSSION OF IMPROVEMENTS USING STRATEGIES IN: recall organization of material CLOSING STATEMENTS  - THE VALUE OF NFb COMBINED WITH METACOGNITIvE STRATEGIES

This workshop will offer a structured program to use EEG biofeedback to explore consciousness.  EEG biofeedback is value-neutral and requires a context. Western psychology has existed for about 100 years.  In contrast, the Eastern mystical traditions have developed over thousands of years and are the essential and vibrant core of the great world religions.  These traditions contain complete systems that offer very practical programs to explore consciousness.
This workshop will draw upon the teachings, structures, and methods of the mystical traditions to provide a rich and deep spiritual context for EEG biofeedback and a source for the emergence of the specific areas of consciousness to be explored. These ancient systems provide needed focus and guidelines regarding the developmental stages and/or exceptional abilities associated with developing awareness.  This workshop will summarize these developmental stages and describe their  functional significance in terms of modern neuroscience and evolutionary psychology. 
Some of the developmental stages and/or exceptional abilities to be conceptually bridged from the mystical to the scientific traditions include perfect concentration ability, a calm mind, thought cessation, lessening grasping and aversion, deconstructing the nature of self and the world (emptiness), the development of compassion, the value of visualization of subtle physiology and archetypal imagery, the transformation of anger an sexual desire, and sacred physical sexuality.
A range of EEG methods which have been developed to explore the above areas from the dual perspective of mysticism and science will be presented and demonstrated.  The rationale for these methods will be fully described both from the neuroscience and the spiritual perspectives.
Participants will have the opportunity to experience some of the methods used to explore consciousness during the workshop and provided with detailed descriptions to use later in their own settings with their own EEG biofeedback equipment.  These methods are not specific to any particular type of EEG instrumentation.  This workshop will include video of EEG meditation research in India, including footage of discussions with the Dalai Lama and other advanced meditators.
Frank Echenhofer, Ph.D. is a Past-President of the Pennsylvania Society of Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback and a licensed psychologist living in Jenner,  CA, north of San Francisco.  He is a faculty member of the Holistic Health Program at San Francisco State University.   He is currently completing a NIH grant using EEG biofeedback to treat mild traumatic head injury. In 1991 he sought out the Dalai Lama's help to conduct EEG research with advanced meditators in northern India.  He co-founded the Tibetan Buddhist Center in Philadelphia and the Institute for Multidisciplinary Studies to conduct EEG research on consciousness.   Currently he works in the San Francisco Bay area with individuals and groups  offering programs to explore consciousness using EEG biofeedback and other methods.

WX 2 Karl Pribram Thoughts on the Electrical Activity of The Brain
The workshop  will deal with evidence from microelectrode and EEG analysis as well as from lesion studies regarding changes in framing conscious experience related to different brain systems as they determine conscious experience.

WY 4 Dave Siever: History, Research and the Rules Of Brainwave Entrainment/Light & Sound Technology
Since the discovery of photic driving by Adrian and Matthews in 1934, much has been discovered about the benefits of brainwave entrainment (BWE).  Recently termed light and sound (L&S) technology, L&S's clinical applications must go to the credit of Sidney Schneider who developed the first photic stimulation device called the Brain Wave Synchronizer and prompted the first research.  By 1995, published research on L&S's effectiveness in anaesthesia, ADD, PMS, migraine headache, chronic pain, stress reduction, and dental hypnosis was available.  This workshop will review the   research in detail, including some of the research presently being conducted by Michelle Dubik, B.A. in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  Referencing past research, Dave will explain the principles (BWE, hypnosis, meditation, neural stimulation and increased cerebral blood flow) through which L&S acts.  We will also examine the physiological and psychological rules surrounding BWE, the first step in the L&S stimulation process.  The workshop will end with a question and answer period with Dave, regarding research and equipment operation.

WZ4 Niels Birbaumer Slow Cortical Potential biofeedback-- A new form of neurofeedback, with a long history of research support
Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Neurobiology University of Tuebingen
This very different approach to training the brain is ot used in the US,  yet it has extensive research support, mostly done in Europe. Dr. Birbaumer, awarded the honor of the most respected scientist in Europe, has developed an approach which promises to add important new tools, dimensions and applications to the armamentarium of the neurofeedback practitioner.

Slow cortical potentials indicate a state of excitation or inhibition of large cortical neuron  pools. Negative slow brain potentials of several seconds duration indicate depolarization of the underlying cortical network, positivity reflects reduction of fascilitation. In several papers biofeedback of slow cortical potentials in normal populations where described (Birbaumer et al 1990, Physiological Reviews) which showed that self-produced negativity improves those behavioral and cognitive activities which utilize mobilization of cortical networks. Response speed, vigilance and concentration is increased during negativity, positivity reduces mobilization. Cholinergic inflow to the cortical mantle seems to be responsible for negativity, while positivity depends on the activation of GABAergic inhibitory synapses. Measurement of brain blood flow with   functional MRI during biofeedback of slow cortical potentials (Birbaumer et al, in press) demonstrates that during self-produced negativity prefrontal thalamic and parietal structures are activated while during self-induced positivity those structures are inhibited. Therefore it can be concluded that self-regulation of slow cortical potentials involves excitation and inhibition of attentional systems in cortical and subcortical structures.
Biofeedback of slow cortical potentials was first applied to the treatment of epilepsy, particular temporal lobe epilepsy (Rockstroh et al 1989).
Several controlled studies have shown that training of positivity for more than 40 sessions improves seizure frequency and neuropsychological functions in temporal lobe epilepsy: three studies with 60 patients have demonstrated that after extended training of positivity one third of patients is seizure-free, one third shows significant improvement and one third does not  respond. All patients were drug-refractory epileptic patients with more than one seizure a week. These studies will be reviewed and new data will be added.
Another successful application of slow brain potential biofeedback is a brain-computer-interface communication system for locked-in patients.
Locked-in-patients have no means to communicate because all muscles including face muscles are paralyzed. Most of the patients in our studies are patients with amyotrophic lateral sklerosis, a neurological disease which leads to complete motor paralysis while all sensory systems remain intact. Patients are artificially ventilated and have to be fed artificially. These patients learn to produce cortical negativity and positivity at different locations of the brain and use this brain response to select in a special computer program verbal communication subprograms by which a more or less fluent verbal communication through the brain with the help of the computer becomes possible. Video demonstrations and results of these studies will be presented at the conference. A new successful application of slow brain potential biofeedback is the training of left   temporal negativity in aphasic patients. Already after 5 training sessions improvement in expression and processing of words can be shown.
Research was supported by the German Research Society (DFG).

WAA2 Jaelline Jaffe Making the Connection:   Multiple Intelligences and Learning Theory for Psychotherapists
This session will expand on the concepts presented in the introductory lecture.  As a participant, you will identify and engage your own intelligences and learn how to strengthen those less fully developed.  You will observe and experience sample therapeutic activities which take brain functioning into account and engage all intelligences.  You will leave with specific tools to help you better understand and connect with EVERY client, regardless of their age, or your therapeutic orientation or treatment modality.
The two-hour workshop will offer examples and experiences to help participants identify their own MI strengths and to expand their repertoire of interactions and interventions to more adequately meet the needs of each client.

OBJECTIVES   By the end of the workshop, attendees will be able to: * name and explain the eight distinct intelligences (as defined by Gardner, 1983, 1995) and the parts and functions of the triune brain (MacLean, 1974), as they relate to the psychotherapeutic setting * explain the purpose and value of utilizing multiple intelligences in psychotherapy * recognize which intelligences are being utilized in their own therapeutic approaches and which are being excluded * identify one or more specific changes or additions they can make immediately to better address the brain functioning styles of their clients * become more "multipli-intelligent" in their practice, to empower clients in new ways to understand and take control of their lives
BIO: Jaelline Jaffe, Ph.D., is a therapist in private practice in Studio City, CA, and works with a large urban school district, where she trains teachers and intern counselors to use multiple intelligences with their clientele.  Dr. Jaffe is co-author of <<The Heroic Journey: A Rite of Passage Program>>, and is writing a book on Multiple Intelligences for psychotherapists.

WBB4 Len Ochs Treatment Planning in Neurotherapy
This workshop demonstrates one treatment (not diagnosis) planning system in neurotherapy, with or without the use of stimulation. A single-channel EEG will be used to generate assessment treatment maps and for therapy.  The model of treatment is an applied-chaos model, which makes no assumptions about how the EEG patterns are linked to pathology.  The opposite model, a silver-bullet model, assumes that most problems are liked to activity at CZ, C3, C4, O1, or O2, the most frequently-employed sites in most neurotherapy today.  The chaos-theory model recognizes that some sites operate interdependently, while others are locked into relationships of activity of other sites, and focuses treatment on minimzing the energy in the reactivity of the EEG, and then unlocking the inflexible relationships of sites locked together.  Assessment is designed to construct maps which show what sites to treat, and in which order.  The assessment process will be demonstrated first.  Data will be processed into graphical and tabular form.
Treatment will then be demonstrated based on the mapping done earlier. Some of the variables discussed will be dosage and frequency of treatment, how to listen to the patient for additional cues about treatment dosage, electrode-sitesequencing rationale, assessment process length, norms, reliability and validity, and artifact management.
Level: Intermediate to advanced.

The Brownback-Mason Protocol is a fully integrated therapeutic approach for the treatment of dissociation.  Dissociation is the splitting off of consciousness from a person's identity.  This "splitting-off" process is based in trauma.  Trauma affects the brain anatomically, neurologically and biochemically. Traumatic versus non-traumatic memories are stored in the brain in different places and in different ways.
       Until recently the only means of accessing this traumatically stored material has been through psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and guided imagery.  These methods are typically slow, often requiring ten or more years.
       When using the Brownback-Mason Protocol, the following results have been attained:
1.  A significant increase in the ability to access the dissociated material.
2.  The time to accomplish full integration is reduced by as much as 70%.
3.  Clients experience a heightened sense of mastery over their lives.
What you will learn in this workshop:
1.  How and why the EEG of a dissociative differs from a normal EEG.
2.  Where and how traumatic memories are stored.
3.  How using the Brownback-Mason Protocol will promote normalization of the EEG.
4.  Why monitoring one or two bands of EEG are not enough to produce the most effective results.
5.  How to do full spectral training in order to attain attentional flexibility.

WDD 2 Rob Kall Positive Emotional Intelligence Training, integrating heart & technology. Positive experience training.
A didactic and experiential workshop. Positive Experiences and good feelings are the basic building blocks of self esteem, postiive attitude, inner strength, the ability to feel good and be happy.  I have developed an  "Anatomy of Positive experience" based on this premise with the aim of identifying specific skills for enhancing  the various dimensions of functioining in all aspoects of positive experience.  The workshop will review the different elements of the anatomyof positive experience and present numerous behaviors which can be self-regulated to facilitate positive expoerience.  Smile anatomy, smile biofeedback and positive experieince diary keeping and analysis will also be covered.  I  will also discuss  ways this approach can be integrated with neuro and bio feedback training.   exercises will include: progressive smile activation, positive experience memory recall guided exercise, smile relaxation,  feeling good sounds, smile palpation.   Attendees will receive the KPEI Kall Positive Experience Inventory.

This workshop will focus on the skills we didn't learn in graduate school.  It will discuss how to charge what you are worth and how to collect what you charge.  We will explore patient agreements, waivers and managed care agreements, use of credit cards and medical credit lines.  We will also explore how to maximize rapid reimbursement from HMO's, PPO's and third party indemnity insurers.

WKK-2-4 Dan Maust What to do when you hear "S/He just won't listen" - Efficient Remediation of Short-term Memory Problems
Short-term auditory memory problems are frequently present in persons with Attention Disorders (sometimes also causing non-ADDers to seem ADD) and contribute significantly to interpersonal difficulties. Visual memory problems seem to be somewhat less frequent with ADD, but when present, most directly interfere with academic success. Such memory problems rarely significantly improve with stimulant medication.
Preliminary work with successful remediation of short-term memory difficulties with the use of EEG NF will be discussed. The presentation will include:
- Case histories
- Use of simple, inexpensive assessment tools
- Feedback proceedures for remediation within 6 to 10 weekly sessions

Topics will include:
TYPICAL CLIENT PROGRESSION: We'll examine, behaviorally, cognitively, and psychometrically, how clients typically react over the course of 30 alpha theta sessions.  
POPULATION REACTIONS: We'll discuss common reactions of chemically dependent, anxious, and depressed populations.  Questions answered will be:   How do we know when it's working How to create an environment for crossover What can we do if it's not working    What makes the changes permanent Why people don't have psychotic breaks that require hospitalization
CLINICIAN'S INFLUENCE: You'll learn:   How much therapists see in client's EEG Differences in therapeutic bonding How direct unfiltered communication between therapist affects the process How to stay out of the way of a client's growth How much therapist's influence client progress Trouble-shooting ineffectiveness
NEW BAND-WIDTHS AND THEIR EFFECTS: This topic gives practitioners an understanding of frequency effects on consciousness and emotions.  It suggests what to reward and inhibit for different pathologies. 
DEMONSTRATION: We'll observe a condensed explanation of the process in an initial session You'll witness a streamlined guided visualization (with explanation) We'll review a post session graph and how to process the session

WG4 Valdeane Brown  The five phase model of Neurofeedback; Making Order out of Chaos
A standardized approach to using  neurofeedback in a stepwise progression consisting of the following phases
1 )SMR activation, low theta down,
2) Beta up,  low theta down,
3) Alpha up, low theta suppressed still
4) alpha up with low theta stabilized and suppression feedback discontinued
5) Global Synchrony
Dysfunction is local recruitment, particularly at the low frequency.  Function is the integrated or synchronistic flowing through the entire spectrum, depending upon the environmental demand.  The majority of dysfunction is tied in with 3 and five hertz neocortical generators which are local "strange attractors" (using chaos terminology.)
The workshop will discuss the ratonale and specific frequencies used in this model. It will also disucss integration of yoa, breathing and brief therapy techniques.
Val Brown is one of America's most popular trainers in both neurofeedback and psychotherapy. He is professional, enlightening and entertaining.

WHH4 Tom Allen  Beyond ADHD: Neurotherapy for Neurobehavioral Disorders
The focus of this workshop will be the application of EEG neurofeedback and traditional biofeedback methods for the treatment of neurobehavioral disorders in children and adults. We will address the concept of a continuum of neurobehavioral disorders and the types of problems that appear to respond to neuro and biofeedback treatment technigues. The technigues and methods are based on clinical data derived from neurofeedback practice with this population. There will be live demonstrations of technigue and reviews of patient data. A copy of Mr. Allen's protocols with various neurobehaviorally disordered populations will be made available to the attendees of the workshop.
The workshop will address Tourettes, Asperger's Syndrome, Hyperlexia & Higher Function Autism in detail with some review of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. In addition there will be a discussion on typing ADHD based on psychophysiological variables and the implications of these typologies regarding therapeutic intervention . Tom is an experienced clinician who  has trained hundred of other clinicians in neurofeedback techniques.

WJJ4 Jay Gunkelman  Intro to QEEG & Neurofeedback
How a QEEG is done.
Definitions: Power, relative power, coherence, symmetry, etc.
Samples of QEEG by diagnostic groups
Implications for NF electrode Placements
Inplications for NF frequency selections
The workshop will also include a discussion of databases available for comparison and the Z score and regression analysis used in data base comparisons. A section on clinical applications of QEEG in ADD/ADHD, autoimmune disease, depression, head trauma and other applications will finish the presentation.

1996 Winter Brain/ Regulation Key West Meeting  Workshops

w-A-4 Peter Rosenfeld-Neurophysiological Foundations of  NeuroFB for  Neurotherapists
w-C-4 Linda & Michael Thompson: Cognitive strategies, metacognitive strategies & NFBK: What they are and how to integrate them into NF neurofeedback training
w-D-4 Siegfried & Susan Othmer
Affective disorders
W-F-4 Barry Sterman   The  (SMR) Sensori- motor Rhythm:  Basic origins, Functional  significance, &  Methods for Training Control in Clinical   NF
W-G-2 Rollin McCraty  Measurement  of head/heart entrainment and heart rate variability.
W-H-2 Judith Lubar Integrating Neurofeedback for ADD with Other Psychological Interventions
W-KP-4 Karl Pribram The Deep and Surface Structure of Memory and Conscious  Learning: Toward a 21st Century Model
W-J-4 Joel Lubar: ADD  neurotherapy  techniques
W-K-4 Les Fehmi: clinical  NF  & Open Focus Techniques for dissolving physical aned emotional pain & optimization of function
W-L-4 Len Ochs:  detailed discussion about the variables of importance in EDS tx & assessmnt.

w-M-4 Tom Allen A model for Integrating autonomic  arousal training with EEG BF   for  a continuum of  neurobehavioral disorders ranging from ADD through tourettes, OCD, Aspergers syndrome,  & autistic spectrum disorderss
w-N-2 Gary Schwartz & Linda Russek  Energy cardiology,
w-R-2 Gary Schummer  Self-Regulation  of  the Immune System
w-P-2 Julian Isaacs: tAlpha theta  training latest techniques, tools & tip to enhance training
w-Q-2 Alfonso Bermea w-2 EEG Neurotherapy Moving into the Criminal Justice FIeld
w-T-4 Tom Budzynski & Paul Swingle   Treatments adjunctive to neurotherapy: Preconscioius,  Sub and supra-threshold Audio, visual & Somato sensory   Driving of the EEG treatment protocols for a variety of disorders
W-U-2 David Siever Light and Sound technologies
w-V-2 Seb Striefel & Lynda Kirk  Risk Management, Professional Conduct, & Ethical Guidelines in the new applications of EEG  NTx
w-X-4 Valdeane Brown : A  5  step model of NeuroFeedback intervention
w-Z-2 J Walker & J.Horvat Closed  head injury

Plenary Sessions audio $12.50 video $39 when available

BME--96-1 Rob Kall; Opening Remarks,  Karen Pape; Music  as Biofeedback,  Alfonso Bermea;  EEG Neurotherapy in the Criminal Justice Sytem; a National update, Linda Kirk & Seb Streifel; Risk Mgmt, Profl Conduct, &  Ethical Guidelines in  EEG Neurotherapy
BME--96-3 Bill Hudspeth; EEG Coherence Architectures: A Model for Assessment  & Rx,  Costello; Integrating Biophysiological assessment  & careers
BME--96-4 Paul Swingle; Treatment of Non-epileptic (pseudo) seizure disorder.
BME--96-5 Sue Othmer; Eating Disorders,  Gary Schummer Neurofeedback and HIV/Aids
BME--96-6 Karl Pribram;  A  New Method  for  Analyzing EEG
BME--96-7 Technology Panel Discussion Dennis Campbell, Rob Kall, G. Blundell,  T. Allen, F.  Deits, H. Toomim,  Hal Meyers, Julian Isaacs, Siegfried Othmer, Len Ochs Joel Lubar
BME--96-8 Marvin Sams;  Neurofeedback's Family Tree: Is 40 Hz Neurofeedbacl's granddaddy or only it's third cousin? , Thom Hartmann; An anthropologic view of ADD   & options for EEG treatmnt  it suggests, Hershel Toomim; What   changes in successful  NF?
BME--96-9 Joel Lubar changes in EEG, learning curves, effects of medication, EEG training to enhance performance in normals, EEG patterns associated with  absorption in a complex task
BME--96-10 Les Fehmi;The attention/brain activity connection
BME--96-11 Tom Allen Integrating Neurofeedback and autonomic  training with ADD/ADHD   
BME--96-12 Lynda & Michael Thompson Adults with  ADD; the key symptoms & use of  NeuroFB combined with metacognitive strategies.
BME--96-13  M Linden  Neurofeedback Screening & treatment strategies for   ADD adults
BME--96-14 Martin Wuttke   Integrating alternative therapies with EEG biofeedback
BME--96-15 Julian Isaacs   ADD & Alpha-theta training enhancers
BME--96-16 Grand Rounds  Paul Swingle, Judith Lubar, Nancy White,
BME--96-17 Monica Geers A Modified Blackfoot Inner Journey; To request  assistance with some issue. Come prepared with  a question in mind.  
BME--96-18 Siegfried Othmer ; Peak  performance
          Jim Hardt ;   An   example of the Kundalini experience as seen in multi channel EEG
BME--96-19 Jonathan Earle; The Visionary Brain: Towards a Science of  Neurotheology
               Frank Deits; Mind Awareness Training
BME--96-20 Terry Patten; Consciousness 101:Rational Mysticism &  the Elusive Obvious
                Dennis Campbell ; Establishing  an Optimal Performance Paradigm

BME--96-21 Rollin McCraty,  Head/Heart Interactions
           Vlad Tokarev Brain Blood flow   neurofeedback
BME--96-22 Richard WIlliams   From Hickups to healing; psychophysiology of Faith Induction
BME--96-23 Anna Wise ;  The high  performance  mind
BME--96-24 Gerald Gluck ;  Logistics of establ ishing a hospital based  NF substance abuse
              Therapy   facility.
BME--96-25 Mike Hutchison ;  High Dimensional  Chaos in  Neurofeedback:; Direct  Route to Peak Performance
BME--96-26 Heart, Spirit & Peak Performance Panel  ;  Blundell, Wise, Kall, Patten,   Campbell, Othmer, Schwartz, Isaacs, Hardt,
BME--96-27 Tom Budzynski ;  Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, the 14 Hz bare bones migraine study,  Ponce de Leon project
BME--96-28 Joe Kamiya ; Understanding the human requires a new basic science, with biofeedback its inner core
BME--96-29 Peter Rosenfeld;  1) studies of  entrain ment" stimulation effects on EEG activity, 2) recent studies of EEG alpha asymmetry training on emotional and speech disorders
BME--96-30 Rob Kall , Tom Allen, Thom Hartmann  Brain Mind in Cyberspace: going on-line: e-mail, Cserve Mind/Body Sciences forum, compuserve, creating a homepage on the Web, WEB  surfing, listerve & use-groups.
BME--96-31 Barry Sterman ; Event related EEG responses; A new Dimension in Quantitative   EEG Evaluation
BME--96-32 David Noton  ;  EEG slowing disorders and Beta Frequency Photic Stimulation
                Sean Adam;   First public presentation of  5 yr, 500 +subject, $6 million study re: Brainwave frequencies in top corporate executives  Video showing  of   EEG/Light -Sound equipment used to increase  IQ
BME--96-33 Geoffrey Blundell;  Low EEG  frequencies  what is often referred to as "Delta" and is clearly not, because the subject is wide awake.
                 Valdeane Brown; 1)Home training and other approaches,  NF and immune function (CFIDS, Lymes Disease 
BME--96-35Joseph Horvat  ;  closed head injury assessment
               Jonathan Walker ;  Closed Head Injury   Treatment
BME--96-36 Len Ochs;  Information, Stimulation, and the Brain (with chronic CNS dysfunction)
BME--96-37 Steve Wall ;  Bipolar Disorder     
BME-96- 38Gary Schwartz; Energy Cardiology

1995 Winter Brain Neurofeedback Meeting/ Key West audio tapes

$12.50 each

95-1a)  Rob Kall Opening the meeting:  Applied Neurophysiology as a path to self knowledge and personal growth - spiritual, emotional issues.  Do we train to get rid of pathology or optimize health?
     Side B: Positivity: Turn on good behaviors instead of turning off bad ones.
95-1.)  Steve Fahrion: Observations of the Psychophysiology of Personality Transformation.
95-3.)  Lester Fehmi:  The basis for the efficacy of various protocols of neurofeedback training: Attention to Attention. The association of specific parameters of brain activity with specific parameters of attention .
95-4.)  Peter Rosenfeld:  Specialized Topics in Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression, Pain & Closed Head Injury (real and malingered).
95-5.)  Marvin Sams:  Chronic Fatigue Assessment & Treatment.
     Paul Swingle:  Subthreshold Auditory and Somatosensory Stimulation Effects on EEG Spectrum During Neuronal Treatment.
95-7.)  Judith Lubar:  Integration of Neurofeedback for ADD & ADHD into Family and School Settings: The Use of Multi-Generational Family Genograms to Determine Treatment Triage.
95-8.)  Joel Lubar:  Differences Between Individuals with ADD with and without Hyperactivity & Differences Between Individuals with ADHD with and without Ritialin Medication.
95-9.)  Lynda & Michael Thompson:  Integrating Neurofeedback with metacognitive strategies for more effective results with ADD and ADHD.
     Alfonso Bermea:  Efficacy of EEG Neurofeedback on Violent Juvenile Offenders with Addictive and Concomitant Disorders (conduct disorder, ADD, depression,).
     Michael Linden:  Successful Neurofeedback with Children Depends on Their Families. (ADD, ADHD Theme.)
95-10.) Donna King:  Out-patient EEG BF in treatment of court and agent referred substance abusing felony probationers.
     Stacy Schafer:  Multi-modal brainwave training employing EDR, Temp and EEG feedback to address Mind/body relationship patterns.
95-11.) Jeremy Langford:  EEG Out of The Clinic and into the Classroom. (Reporting on his work in an Israeli Kibbutz)
95-12.) Nancy White:  Alpha-Theta Training for the Multiple/Dual Diagnosed Patients - A Theory and Case Study.
     Carol Manchester:  Effective Group Psychotherapy as an Integral Part of Alpha/Theta Training.
95-13.) Patricia Norris:  Transpersonal Growth Aspects of Alpha-Theta Training.
95-14.) Julian Isaacs: Getting to Theta: Theta State Induction Techniques Reviewed.
     Gary Schumer:  EEG & HIV.
95-17.) Dan Chartier:  I.)The Recovery of Jim's Arm.
     Post Stroke: A Neurotherapy Case Presentation. EEG Assessment of the effects of Virtual Reality Environments: Implications for Development of VR Biofeedback.
95-18.) Len Ochs:  EEG Driven Stimulation: Observations and Implications.
95-20.) Barry Sterman:  New Methods and Strategies for the Treatment of Epilepsy with Neurotherapy.
95-22.) Susan Othmer:  EEG Biofeedback for PMS.
95-23.) Siegfried Othmer:  EEG Biofeedback for Pain.
95-24.) Martin Wuttke:  Neurofeedback - Remarkable Case Histories.
1998 Winter Brain Conference Lecture & Workshop Tapes

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