(IN PORTUGUESE) 2021: Neurofeedback as an Assisting Tool to Analytically Oriented Psychotherapeutic Clinic

IN PORTUGUESE Abstract:
Since its inception, psychoanalytic clinic has struggled with concerns raised about its scientificity. Freud, when establishing studies on the psyche, groped about an area totally unknown to medicine in the late 19th century. Many of his hypotheses were built empirically, based on the doctor-patient relationship. Originally a medical clinician, Freud focused on issues of the psyche and brought to the public, in a daring way, his impressions, his findings, and mainly, his clinical results – therefore, Psychoanalysis came to life. Over the years his legacy has been followed by countless clinicians, expanding research and corroborating his results. Freudian discoveries, although overwhelming, always had to rely on a dose of credulity on the part of their practitioners. Coming up against the argument of the lack of validity of scientific evidence, since the analytical setting occurs in conditions of uncontrolled environments, psychoanalysis has been partially considered as a field of belief rather than science. However, recent work from neuroscience has shown that Freud’s findings ended up being ratified. What Freud as a neurophysiologist pointed out has now found reverberations in the results of controlled scientific research. Thus, these new findings call into question the possibility of a new perception of Freud’s discoveries. Both his topographic and dynamic theories of mind structuring unveiled processes of mental development which are presently acknowledged. In this field, Neurofeedback with its active view on the electrical aspect of the brain, through its frequencies, provides a perception that can complement and shed a light on psychoanalytic discoveries. In this Workshop we will establish a parallel between the first and the second Freudian topics, demonstrating their relationship with brain frequencies and mental states that are observed in a Neurofeedback training session. We aim at demonstrating that Neurofeedback is an effective technique that can be coupled to the psychotherapeutic clinic of analytical orientation, in order to bring greater clarity and assertiveness to the professional who conducts treatments within this current. (IN PORTUGUESE)

Presented by: Cinara Ferreira Soares

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IN PORTUGUESE Abstract:
Since its inception, psychoanalytic clinic has struggled with concerns raised about its scientificity. Freud, when establishing studies on the psyche, groped about an area totally unknown to medicine in the late 19th century. Many of his hypotheses were built empirically, based on the doctor-patient relationship. Originally a medical clinician, Freud focused on issues of the psyche and brought to the public, in a daring way, his impressions, his findings, and mainly, his clinical results – therefore, Psychoanalysis came to life. Over the years his legacy has been followed by countless clinicians, expanding research and corroborating his results. Freudian discoveries, although overwhelming, always had to rely on a dose of credulity on the part of their practitioners. Coming up against the argument of the lack of validity of scientific evidence, since the analytical setting occurs in conditions of uncontrolled environments, psychoanalysis has been partially considered as a field of belief rather than science. However, recent work from neuroscience has shown that Freud’s findings ended up being ratified. What Freud as a neurophysiologist pointed out has now found reverberations in the results of controlled scientific research. Thus, these new findings call into question the possibility of a new perception of Freud’s discoveries. Both his topographic and dynamic theories of mind structuring unveiled processes of mental development which are presently acknowledged. In this field, Neurofeedback with its active view on the electrical aspect of the brain, through its frequencies, provides a perception that can complement and shed a light on psychoanalytic discoveries. In this Workshop we will establish a parallel between the first and the second Freudian topics, demonstrating their relationship with brain frequencies and mental states that are observed in a Neurofeedback training session. We aim at demonstrating that Neurofeedback is an effective technique that can be coupled to the psychotherapeutic clinic of analytical orientation, in order to bring greater clarity and assertiveness to the professional who conducts treatments within this current. (IN PORTUGUESE)

Presented by: Cinara Ferreira Soares

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(IN PORTUGUESE) 2021: Neurofeedback as an Assisting Tool to Analytically Oriented Psychotherapeutic Clinic
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