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ISNR relies on volunteerism from its members.  As such, we are posting positions that, while they are volunteer positions, ISNR is offering compensation for your time. If you are interested in volunteering for any of the positions below, please contact Susan Alvarez at office@isnr.org. PR Committee Chairperson provides monthly updates to BoD (social media: FaceBook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn), post ISNR …

Welcome 2022 ISNR Board Members!

NEW BOARD MEMBERS’ WELCOME, UPDATE TO ADVISORY BOARD  AND INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD To view the ISNR Board of Directors, Advisory Board, and International Advisory Board, please visit THIS LINK.    Please join us in welcoming the incoming ISNR BOARD MEMBERS whose term starts as of September 1, 2021: Ainat Rogel, PhD, ISNR President Mark Jones, Dmin, LPC, LMFT, President Elect …

INTERNATIONAL SPOTLIGHT – ANSA (Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia)

In this paper by Professor Roger Gurr, published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Neurotherapy in 2019, it is suggested that while there remain many questions to be answered, the epigenetic effects of developmental trauma in the causation of psychosis are highly significant and responsive to QEEG guided neurofeedback with very promising results. He argues, therefore, that in cases of …

ISNR Newsletter Report from The FNNR

By Tato Sokhadze, President Our Foundation was established 12 years ago in 2008 on a base of the ISNR Research Committee headed by David Trudeau. Currently, we have 9 board members: Estate (“Tato”) Sokhadze (President), Valerie Anderson (Secretary), Mark Zinn (Treasurer), Jon Frederick (Member at Large), Antonio Martins-Mourao (International Member at Large), Rob Longo (Member at Large), Agnieszka (“Agnies”) Zuberer …

In Memory of Peter Rosenfeld, PhD

Dr. Peter Rosenfeld, a longtime professor of psychology in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences at Northwestern University, died Feb. 15, 2021. His research mainly concerned perfection of physiological, cognitive and behavioral means for detection of concealed information for field forensic use: such as in crimes, including prevention of terror acts and diagnosis of malingered head injury, mostly relying …

In Memory of Michael Thompson, MD

Dr. Michael Thompson passed away comfortably at home on March 1, 2021. Formerly he practiced medicine in addition to serving as Associate Professor and head of post-graduate education in Psychiatry, University of Western Ontario, psychiatric consultant to The Hospital for Sick Children’s neurology department, examiner for the Royal College of Physicians (Canada) and chairman of their examinations committee in psychiatry. …

In Memory of Avery Bratt, PhD

Dr. Avery Bratt passed away September 10, 2020. “If you ask the thousands impacted by Avery’s life they’d describe him as, “light, care-free, mellow, intelligent, and respectful.” Avery was an adamant hippie carrying the burden of the world’s weight without the willingness to shed or share the load. He touched the lives of thousands in the world of mental health …

An Intro to Neurofeedback for Chiropractors: How Neurofeedback Can Augment Chiropractic Practice Outcomes

Presented by Karl R.O.S. Johnson, DC, BCN Friday, May 14, 2021 from 12:00 noon until 1:00pm Eastern time This course will help chiropractic physicians understand brain wave training (neurofeedback) and how using neurofeedback can complement the body-mind approach chiropractic care is known for, thereby enhancing patient healthcare outcomes. To register, please CLICK HERE. If you cannot attend the live webinar, …

ISNR Webinar: Tactics of Home Neuromodulation

Friday, April 30, 2021 from 12:00 noon until 1:00 pm Eastern time Presented by Glenn Weiner, PhD Utilizing home neuromodulation devices will likely be one of the waves of the future. The pandemic has already increased the value of their usage. It is my contention that similar to office-based neurofeedback, success may be more about the clinician’s psychotherapeutic tactics to …