Neurowave; The Art and Science of
January 17, 18
2007 Palm Springs
John Lowan and
Paul Petty, M.D.
- Neurofeedback Certification
the basics of Neurofeedback from the doctor who wrote the book GETTING
STARTED WITH NEUROFEEDBACK.
- Jan 15-18, 2007, Palm Springs CA.
- provides all
hours of credit needed for BCIA certification
Weapon: The Mind
Empowering Achievement-Oriented Clients
Five Step Program for Optimal Performance
Jan 17-18, Palm Springs
Stephen Larsen Introduction to the Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS)
The LENS , or
Low Energy Neurofeedback System, uses a very low power
electromagnetic field, like the ones that surround digital watches and wires
in the wall, to carry feedback to the person receiving it. The feedback
travels down the same wires carrying the brain waves to the amplifier and
computer. Although the feedback signal is weak, it produces a measurable
change in the brainwaves without conscious effort from the individual
receiving the feedback. The LENS software allows the EEG signals that are
recorded at the scalp to control the feedback.
Neurofeedback uses a feedback
frequency that is different from, but correlates with, the dominant
brainwave frequency. When exposed to this feedback frequency, the EEG
amplitude distribution changes in power. Most of the time the brain waves
reduce in power; but at times they also increase in power. In either case
the result is a changed brainwave state, and much greater ability for the
brain to regulate itself.
is The Healing Power of Neurofeedback: The Revolutionary LENS
Technique for Restoring Optimal Brain Function, written by Steve Larsen,
ABOUT the LENS system
Paul Swingle Neurotherapy
as Primary Care Jan 17-18
Neurotherapy is rapidly evolving
into a primary care option for many disorders. Problems with mood,
anxiety, sleep quality, learning, cognitive processing, pain,
addictions, anger management, and age related memory are all
amenable to rapid assessment and treatment. Treatment options other than neurofeedback have been developed to markedly accelerate
neurotherapy. These complementary techniques markedly facilitate
neurotherapy as a viable primary care alternative to dangerous and
often ineffective pharmaceuticals.
The workshop starts with the precise assessment procedures that
determine treatment strategies. The combinations of treatment
options including neurofeedback, braindriving, AVS, CES, energy
psychology methods, craniosacral manipulations, harmonic sounds,
electrostimulation, EMF stimulation and behavior therapies
appropriate for a wide range of disorders are presented in detail so
practitioners can immediately apply these efficient techniques.
Conditions that require full QEEG and data base procedures will be
identified as will conditions in which the more aggressive
treatments are contraindicated.
Trauma and Recovery: The Integration of Neurofeedback
and Psychotherapy Jan 18, 2007
This workshop will focus on the integration of
neurofeedback and psychotherapy in the treatment of post-traumatic stress
disorder, both acute and chronic.
One Day Multi-Speaker
Foundations Course Jan 18, 2007
Learn from world leaders in the
world of Neurofeedback training
Learn the basic science, technology, techniques
and different models and approaches to the art and science of neurofeedback.
8:00 AM- 10:00 PM
Valdeane Brown, Tom Collura, John Demos, Les
Fehmi, Rob Kall, Sue Othmer, Sig Othmer , Paul Swingle, Hershel
Toomim, Peter Van Deusen, Nancy White,
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