WEBINAR: Adverse Reactions: Everything a Neurofeedback Practitioner Wants to Know but is Afraid to Ask

WEBINAR: Adverse Reactions: Everything a Neurofeedback Practitioner Wants to Know but is Afraid to Ask

Instructors: Ainat Rogel, PhD and D. Corydon Hammond, PhD

Course Description: Similar to almost all effective medical treatment modalities, sometimes neurofeedback has unintended adverse reactions, or side effects. Fortunately, nearly all of them are mild and transient, and when addressed, especially quickly, can be resolved. Thus, it is the responsibility of the neurofeedback practitioner to screen, track and address them. This webinar provides a comprehensive overview of adverse reactions to neurofeedback. It starts with a discussion of ethical implications, definition and categories of adverse reactions, followed by a background history, including a literature review. The bulk of the webinar is on clinical implications, from screening to tracking to ways of addressing adverse reactions when occurred. Specifically, the focus is on using the arousal model to detect, track and address adverse reactions. Remember, the first rule is to do no harm.

March 3, 2023 at 12:00 noon Eastern time, 11:00am Central time, 9:00am Pacific time

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PLEASE NOTE:  You may be eligible to receive a discount (between 20% and 60%) depending upon your region in the world.  Please email [email protected] to find out what discount may apply and how to register.

If you cannot make the live presentations and are registered for the event, you will receive a recording of the event.

 

 

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