2020 Conference

2020: Automatic De-Artifacting in Normative qEEG Databases-Does Reality follow the Hype (Plenary)

Presented by Marco Rotonda: Advances in the field of automated de-artifacting algorithms for electroencephalographic (EEG) signals have provided powerful tools to significantly speed-up data processing (Makeig et al., 1996; Delorme et al., 2007; Nolan, 2010; Mullen et al., 2015; Blum, 2019). Nonetheless, the efficacy of such, sometimes pre-implemented algorithms in marketed solutions for qEEG analysis […]

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2020: Regulating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms With Neurofeedback: Regaining Control of the Mind (Keynote)

Presented by Dr. Ruth Lanius: The default-mode network (DMN) and salience network (SN) have been shown to be dysregulated in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Restoring aberrant connectivity within these networks with electroencephalogram neurofeedback (EEG-NFB) has been shown previously to be associated with decreased PTSD symptoms. Here, we conducted a double-blind, sham-controlled randomized clinical trial of

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2020: Infraslow Neurofeedback, the Latest Research

Presented by Trevor Brown, PhD: Precision-medicine is uncovering ways to stratify treatment, for example QEEG recently demonstrated the ability to inform the likelihood of Sertraline vs. rTMS response in MDD (Wu et al, 2020). Within the Neurofeedback field, QEEG assessment can uncover previously unknown sleep-related vigilance regulation difficulties impacting executive function in ADHD cases. The

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

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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