2020 Conference

2020: Visualizing Neurological Decision (Plenary)

Presented by Ronald Bonstetter, PhD; Thomas Collura, PhD: While neuroscience and mental health professionals acknowledge the role of emotions in decision-making, application of this knowledge is hampered by the lack of a common language and a model that illustrates the potential neurological pathways. By better understanding the brain’s decision-making process and the role of emotions […]

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2020: The Role of Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Torture and Trauma Survivors

Presented by Mirjana Askovic, PhD: STARTTS Neurofeedback Clinic was established in Sydney in 2007 to help refugees from war and victims of torture alleviate symptoms of PTSD through addressing the underlying neurobiological consequences of chronic trauma. After more than a decade of using neurofeedback within STARTTS bio-psycho-social model of care, we’ve developed a program that

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2020: The Reality of the Unreal-Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders (Plenary)

Presented by Ainat Rogel, PhD, MSW; Diana Martinez, MD, PhD: Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders (DD) are among of the most overlooked conditions and challenging therapies, despite their high prevalence. The nature of the symptoms, the fact that the symptoms often accompany many other disorders, and are often misdiagnosed are some of the reasons for these

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2020: The Principles and Practice of Photobiomodulation Relevant to Neurofeedback Updated for 2020

Presented by Lew Lim, PhD, MBA:JUSTIFICATIONAn increasing number of neurofeedback practitioners are enjoying the benefits of incorporating photobiomodulation (PBM) into their practice. To them, the reality of brain response to near infrared light (NIR) is no longer questioned. While often the immediate brain response is a cause for joy, inadequate understanding of the principles of

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2020: Stress and Stress-Activated Viruses in Public Health, Mental Health and Anticipatory Pathology (Keynote)

Presented by Roulett William Smith, PhD: Processes of evolution are among the most awesome developments during the 4.5+ billion years associated with the existence of this Earth. Among the many forces contributing to evolution are climate, tectonic plate movements and stresses on evolved group behaviors (including common sense). This presentation will focus on the potential

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2020: Standardization and Personalized Medicine Using Quantitative EEG in Clinical Settings (Plenary)

Presented by Andre Keizer, PhD: Two major trends have been dominant in healthcare in recent years. First, there is a growing consensus that standardization of healthcare procedures and methods can result in improved effectiveness and safety of treatments. There has been a great effort to implement more standardization in diagnosing and treating medical conditions. For

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2020: Special Panel Moderated by International Member at Large (Plenary)

Moderated by: Tanya Morosoli, ABBIO, ANSA, SNBM In order to grow the field of neuroregulation, we need to collaborate with colleagues from around the globe. The leaders of our affiliate organizations will introduce themselves and their organization. They will also speak to how their collaboration with us is helping the field in their own regions.

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2020: Solving the Mystery- When Children Adolescents Fail Treatment, Parents Want Answers (Plenary)

Presented by Ronald Swatzny, PhD; Meredith Hoffman, PhD: When a child fails to respond as hoped to medication or treatment, their parents want answers. Rarely is neurofeedback their first choice, but it is often their last hope. By the time they consider neurofeedback, most have failed several medication attempts, behavior intervention, and parent training. The

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