Ruth Lanius and Sebern Fisher discuss the relationship between neurofeedback and therapy in this excerpt from a previous conversation. Sebern alludes to teaching in China in reference to a patient becoming able to take risks as a result of therapeutic progress.
The Neuroscience of Trauma, Neglect, and the Vital Role of Neurofeedback: Implicit Memory
Live -- December 13, 3 - 5 pm EST
(To register for all three, including the two recording available now, please scroll to the bottom.)
As in earlier sessions, the live discussion will center around ground-breaking research from the lab of Dr. Ruth Lanius into the impact of trauma on brain, body, and mind. Participants will discuss the implications of these discoveries on therapeutic process and on brain-training.
Even if you don't practice neurofeedback yet, you will find this discussion illuminating. And if you work with trauma or neurotherapy or both, you won't want to miss it.
Like the last ones, the session will be recorded, and the recording will be made available to all who registered. You can watch the conversation as many times as you like. It will become accessible in January, and remain accessible until the beginning of March.
There are discounts available: if you have participated in earlier conversations, and if you are an EEGer Alliance member, write to [email protected] for your discount code.
Ruth Lanius describes the clinical outcomes of research done in her lab using the "Alpha Down" protocol for neurofeedback in her lab in London, Ontario. This is an excerpt from the lecture part of an earlier conversation had by Ruth Lanius and Sebern Fisher.
This research is ground-breaking, and its implications for work with survivors of trauma are far-reaching. Sebern explains.
Prices are temporarily reduced. Choose the option you want by clicking on the image below.
TDB3 (Dec 13) Only --> $59
TDB1 + TDB2 + TDB3 --> $139