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Healing And The Brain

Resources & training from leading therapists and researchers

Developmental Trauma Course

In this 8-session recorded webinar series, you will explore an integrated therapeutic approach using trauma-informed psychotherapy, neurofeedback, and trauma-informed body work to deeply address the terrible aftermath of developmental trauma. Although neurofeedback practitioners will benefit from Sebern’s experience in this modality, practicing neurofeedback is not a pre-requisite.

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Finding The Path

These mentoring sessions use a comfortable discussion format, where participants share questions and ideas about their cases. As you know if you've joined us before, these sessions provide an insightful exploration into the contours of therapy and protocol selection especially relevant to clinicians working with developmental trauma.

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Trauma and the Fear Driven Brain

How neurofeedback and therapy can transform terror into calm in survivors of developmental trauma. In this six-hour recorded webinar, foremost global trauma therapist, author, speaker, and mentor Sebern Fisher teaches how --  by integrating neurofeedback and psychotherapy -- to calm the fear-driven brain in the treatment of developmental trauma.

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Assessing Assessment

How neuroscience research is transforming clinical assessment.

Join psychologist and trauma expert Clair L. Goldberg, PsyD, BCN, and learn how to reconceptualize your assessment strategies. Dr Goldberg integrates the findings of current neurophysiology research and attachment and affect regulation theory to better evaluate her clients’ needs and will share with you ways to enhance your assessment skills. With a more sophisticated way of assessing patients, by integrating brain research and observing patients nervous system arousal levels, you will be in a stronger position to understand and treat your clients.

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The Brain, Inflammation, & Recovery In the time of COVID

In this series, individuals will learn how early trauma sets the stage for brain health in adulthood, how chronic stressors in adult life exacerbate these potential ill effects, and the latest scientific understanding on the biophysical link between trauma, inflammation, and mental health. This series will also explore the potential effects of COVID itself on brain health. We will discuss how these factors, taken together, create a perfect storm for rising rates of anxiety, depression, OCD, agoraphobia, and other mental health concerns and why understanding this science is crucial to intervening and treating mental health concerns in clients and patients.

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A Multidisciplinary Treatment Approach to Chronic Pain

Integrating Neurofeedback, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy and Family Systems Approaches in Applying Research to Practice

We will explore how to integrate neurofeedback into a comprehensive treatment process that treats chronic pain as the biological-psychological-social phenomenon that it is. We will be looking at what the research tells us about neurofeedback practice, the biology of chronic pain, the variety of chronic pain conditions and the variety of ways of understanding pain and the patient in pain, systems thinking about pain, the therapeutic relationship, cognitive-behavior therapy, and assessing and tracking pain.

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Trauma, Development, and Neuroplasticity

This six-part webinar will explore critical brain systems that are affected frequently by trauma and how altered functioning of each brain system can be associated with certain trauma-related symptoms. The effects of a variety of present- and past centered therapies, including mindfulness training, body-oriented approaches, neurofeedback, heart rate variability training, brain stimulation, EMDR, CBT/prolonged exposure, will be then be discussed to illustrate how trauma treatment can lead to the restoration of critical brain networks and contribute to the healing from traumatic stress.

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Trauma, Balance and Recovery

With acclaimed author, researcher, and teacher, Dr. Ruth Lanius, explore new emerging Neuroscientific research to learn effective treatment approaches for developmental trauma. Looking particularly at research and clinical practice with the vestibular /balance and cerebellar systems, new evidence suggests and supports the evidence base for brain-training and other bottom-up therapeutic modalities.

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Trauma, Development, and the Brain

In this third conversation (earlier recordings are available), this one about implicit memory and the unconscious, Ruth Lanius and Sebern Fisher continue to explore therapy and trauma.

In particular, research carried out by Dr. Ruth Lanius and her group has focused on the way traumatic images trigger the brains of traumatized people. Images are presented for a few milliseconds only and cannot be consciously perceived. However, the brain registers and response.

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Tracking Neurofeedback Training Effects and Outcomes - Part 2

Join this continuation of our conversation on demystifying the body’s response to neurofeedback training. Increase your ability to identify concrete training responses while growing your ability to modify neurofeedback protocols for improved client outcomes.

Beginning and intermediate neurofeedback providers interested in expanding their ability to hear and follow the brain’s response to each neurofeedback training session. Part 1 is a pre-requisite.

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EEGer Introduction to Neurofeedback

This is our complete introductory package, including 6 sessions of live instruction & mentoring, EEGer's acclaimed tech support, a trial of the EEGer system, and 36 hours of BCIA-accredited didactic lectures - everything you need to get started in clinical neurofeedback.

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Enhanced Beginner Skills

Whether new to neurofeedback, or you want a refresher, this 8-session weekly webinar series will strengthen your understanding of the neurofeedback process, from assessment and first client discussions, to setting protocols, learning to master the EEG, and effective coaching strategies. Each lecture -- about an hour in length -- will be followed by a live Q&A. Students seeking CE credit will need to sign in to watch the lecture and participate in the live Q&A.

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