Brainstem Reactivity in Developmental Trauma: Implications for Neurofeedback Training & Psychotherapy
Presented by Sebern Fisher
Friday, May 5, 2023
12:00noon – 1:30pm Eastern time
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As clinicians we are increasingly faced with serious mental illness, most of which has its roots in neglect, parental absence and/or abuse in early childhood. Recent research suggests the primacy of broken or unavailable attachment in the development of the most dreaded condition of all, “Borderline Personality Disorder”. The area of the brain most disrupted is the brainstem. This presentation will offer an overview of the reactive brainstem, will look at “Borderline Personality” as an affect regulation problem that we can address with neurofeedback and will provide a brief overview of a relatively new therapeutic approach that targets the brainstem, Deep Brain Re-Orienting developed by Frank Corrigan, MD.
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ISNR member rate: $65 || Non-member rate: $90 || Student rate: $22