Dr. Ed Hamlin's Neurofeedback Revival: Life-Changing Potential in the Basics

A Return to Transformation

Explore the foundational principles of neurofeedback and rediscover the power of simplicity in optimizing brain function and the power of the mind.

Two Hour Recorded Lecture & Discussion

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Foundational Knowledge: Revisit the fundamental concepts of neurofeedback, demystifying the intricacies and laying a solid groundwork for understanding.

Revitalization of Your Practice: Take a step back from complex methodologies and rediscover the effectiveness of fundamental techniques in optimizing brain function.

Explore Community: Become a part of a community of like-minded practitioners who are passionate about neurofeedback’s promise of improving the lives of our clients and fellow human beings.

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Free Interview with Dr. Hamlin


Dr. Hamlin talks about why our current climate demands that providers reexamine their approaches, and shares why he believes a conversation like this is needed.

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About Ed Hamlin

Dr. Ed Hamlin, PhD is the Clinical Director of the Institute for Applied Neuroscience in Asheville, North Carolina. Ed is a psychologist with extensive experience in neurofeedback and applied psychophysiology who has taught at renowned universities and currently holds adjunct faculty positions at Western Carolina University and the University of North Carolina Medical Center.

Dr. Hamlin's expertise lies in applied neuroscience, brain/mind relationships, and neuroplasticity. He conducts research, presents workshops, and serves as a consultant and supervisor worldwide. His current research focuses on the effects of early abuse and neglect on brain development and studying brain activity in individuals with eating disorders.