2017 Conference

2017: Alpha Phase Synchrony Based Neurofeedback for Chronic Back Pain (Plenary)

Chronic back pain is a well spread phenomenon affecting as many as 2% of the French population with a conservative estimate of 1.5m chronic patients just in France for whom all therapeutic options have failed. The direct cost for the payer is estimated to a yearly €1.6b for France, turning a relatively small population into […]

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2017: Integrating Neurofeedback and Psychotherapy in Treating Developmental Trauma: A Workshop for New Practitioners and Newly Interested Trauma Therapists presented by Sebern Fisher

Increasingly, psychotherapists, particular those who are working with trauma and personality disorders, are looking into the field of neurofeedback. This workshop serves as an open invitation to them as well as an informational session for those who are just beginning to use it for their traumatized patients. This workshop will introduce them to the brains

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2017: Early Detection and Treatment of Attention Deficits in Preterm Infants (Invited Speaker)

This study described the application of a scale for evaluation and treatment of early attention deficits in infants, the “Infant Scale of Selective Attention” (EEAS). It is well known that attention deficit begins in infancy and adversely affects individuals throughout life; thus, the challenge is to find ways to diagnose and treat it early in

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2017: A Randomize Control Study of Neurofeedback Training on Children with Multiple Types of Trauma (Plenary Session)

This research focuses on the effect of neurofeedback (NFB) on children with multiple types of childhood trauma. The Center for Diease Control (CDC) estimates that such traumas are arguably one of the most important public health challenges in the United States (van der Kolk, 2005). They have a negative impact on the mental and neurobiological

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2017: A Model for QEEG, and sLORETA Correlates to Predicting and Enhancing Human Performance: A Multivariate Approach (Plenary Session)

The derivation of QEEG predictive functions may play a critical role in using QEEG measures that predict potential functional weaknesses or individuals “at risk” for specific academic or occupational challenges. Such measures can also hypothetically be used in a multivariate algorithm approach in neurofeedback to achieve human performance enhancement. EEG was obtained from 493 individuals

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To accommodate the organization’s growing needs, we have decided to move our office to a new location.

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Marietta, GA 30062

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