Speaking the Language of the Brain

The Foundation of Neurofeedback Practice

I’ve been thinking increasingly about frequency and would love to share and discuss these thoughts with you. I began to venture publicly into this domain at the International Trauma Conference held in Boston. The core of the talk was, and will be here, that the frequency domain of our being is as real and as fundamental as breath and bone and that we can interact with this domain most meaningfully in the brain. Frequency is the organizing principle. Fields require frequencies. Please join the conversation. Your presence will enrich it!

- Sebern Fisher

 

June 29, 2022 | 1 PM EDT

 

This single session course will begin with a presentation and then open up for discussion. Participants will explore developmental trauma through the domain of frequency, and it will be relevant to anyone currently doing neurofeedback, to those considering it, and to people working or dealing with the aftermath of developmental trauma. Eligible attendees may also apply for CE credit upon purchase of the course.

 

This course is eligible for 1 CE credit for APA and NBCC.

 


APA CEs

EEG Education & Research is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. EEG Education & Research maintains responsibiilty for this program and its content.

NBCC CEs

EEG Education & Research Inc. (EEGER) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. EEGER solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

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Presented By

Sebern Fisher

Sebern Fisher has been integrating neurofeedback and psychotherapy into the treatment of those with developmental trauma for the last twenty years. She was the clinical director of a residential treatment facility for severely disturbed adolescents for 17 years. During her tenure she introduced attachment theory and dialectical behavior therapy to the milieu. She is presently in private practice where she provides neurofeedback, psychotherapy and consultation. She trains nationally and internationally. Sebern is the author of Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: Calming the Fear-driven Brain (Norton 2014).