2020 Conference

2020: Integrating Neurofeedback and Sensory Grounding Techniques to Treat Complex Trauma

Presented by Penijean Gracefire: Sensory grounding techniques and neurofeedback each contain unique value as stand-alone therapeutic interventions (Marinova, 2018). This presentation will discuss the benefit of combining these approaches in a thoughtful and methodical manner, and present clinical data supporting the hypothesis that an integrated approach contains particular value to individuals dealing with complex trauma. […]

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2020: Exploratory Study of LORETA Z-Scored Neurofeedback and Homeostatic Learning (Plenary)

Presented by Rex Cannon, Nanja Schorel, and Rianne Schorel: Persistent symptoms after mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) are often debilitating to the individual. This post-concussion syndrome (PCS) can impact social, emotional and functional domains thereby increasing financial and resource burdens on healthcare systems and individuals. Debate continues concerning the etiology of PCS and how to

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2020: Ethics in QEEG and Neuromodulation

Presented by Rob Longo and Leslie Sherlin: Neurofeedback based professional organizations, including ISNR and AAPB, encourage their clinical members to become board certified by BCIA. Professionals practicing neurofeedback training, or planning to practice neurofeedback training, are often interested in becoming BCIA Board Certified. One of the requirements to become BCIA Certified is to participate in

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2020: Creating an Individualized Z-Score Database for Assessment and Live Z-Score Training

Presented by Jeff Tarrant: To date, EEG mapping for assessment has been typically done using population-static z-scores, and EEG neurofeedback using live z-scores has used population-dynamic z-scores. In both cases, population means and standard deviations are being used as the references. This raises fundamental concerns when it is recognized that individuals are unique, and using

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2020: Counteracting Our Current Happiness Deficit by Happitation via Neurofeedback (Plenary)

Presented by Jonathan Cowan and Estate Sokhadze: There is a basic truth we often forget: We can create happiness directly from within ourselves. Relatively few people, except for those exposed to positive psychology techniques, know how to control the transition between an ordinary mood and a very happy one. Learning to do this well and

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2020: Combining Bio- and Neurofeedback with Virtual Reality in the Treatment of Anxiety (Plenary)

Presented by Jeff Tarrant: Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-generated environment that simulates a realistic experience in three-dimensional space. While this technology has been primarily associated with the video game industry, it is increasingly being utilized as a clinical intervention for a variety of medical and mental health concerns (Rizzo & Koenig, 2017). As a

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2020: Childhood Maltreatment, Brain Development and a New Understanding of what Recovery Entails (Keynote)

Presented by Marty Teicher, MD: Exposure to childhood adversity markedly increases the risk of developing mood, anxiety, personality, substance abuse and psychotic disorders. Recent studies suggest that clinical sequelae may stem, at least in part, from enduring adverse effects on brain development. Generally, early onset and longer duration of abuse have been associated with greater

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

2146 Roswell Road

Suite 108, PMB 736

Marietta, GA 30062

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