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Click on a speaker’s name to go to the speaker’s page: Terry Argast Ph.D.  |   James Bonnet   |   Thomas Brod M.D.  |   Valdeane Brown Ph.D.  |   Bernard Brucker   |   Ray Caamano   |  Dr. Thomas F. Collura   |   John W. DeLuca Ph.D.  |   John Demos   |   Starr Eaddy Ph.D.  |  Dr. Pamela Enders   |   H. John Fisher   |   Sebern Fisher   |   S. David Freud   |   Jay Gunkelman   |   Tina Huang Ph.D.  |   Karen Jacobs   |   Rob Kall M.Ed.  |   Stephen Larsen Ph.D.  |  Dr. Michael Linden Ph.D.  |   John Lowan   |   Senia Maymin   |   Peter McGugan   |   Peter McGugan   |   robert melillo   |   Ron Minson M.D.  |   Ed B O'Malley Ph.D.  |   Siegfried Othmer Ph.D.  |   Sue Othmer   |   Karl Pribram   |   Molly Jo Raaymakers M.A.  |   Allen L Roland Ph.D.  |  Dr. Beverly Rubik Ph.D.  |   Bill Scott   |   Kirby Seid   |   Pamela Jaye Smith   |   Chris Snook   |   Richard Soutar Ph.D.  |  Dr. Diane Roberts Stoler Ed.D.  |   Tom Stone   |   Paul G Swingle Ph.D.  |   Rae Tattenbaum   |   Rae Tattenbaum   |   Hershel Toomim   |   Colleen Turner Ph.D.  |   Jonathan Walker M.D.  |   Jerry E Wesch Ph.D.  |   Nancy E. White Ph.D.  |   Jeffrey Wilson Ph.D.  |  


James Bonnet

James Bonnet

Plenary #289): Cracking the Story Code 

Workshop #286): The Essential Elements of Great Stories and the Secrets of Great Characters (Workshop) 


John Demos

John Demos

EEG Foundations Course #399): Bipolar vs. Monopolar montages 

Workshop #398): Getting Started with MiniQ and full QEEG brain mapping 

Pre-Conference #403): Getting Started with Neurofeedback , BCIA training 


Jay Gunkelman

Jay Gunkelman

Starting in 1972 with the first State Hospital based biofeedback laboratory, and then specializing in EEG for decades, Jay is an experienced Clinical and research EEG/qEEG specialist and consultant. Author of many scientific papers, and a mounting list of books, his depth of understanding of the mind/brain's function is helpful in communicating the underlying mechanisms and systems of the brain, mind, and consciousness. Jay is a popular lecturer world-wide, and he has occupied leadership positions in the field's professional societies. Now with Q-Pro, an international EEG/qEEG services group, he provides services world-wide.

Workshop #352): How the Brain works; Designing Neurofeedback Interventions 

Plenary #351): Trans-cranial Direct Current Stimulation (TCDC): a old new tool for modifying brain function 

Plenary #350): Understanding Phenotypes and Clinical Subtypes to Use qEEG More Effectively in Planning Neurofeedback 


Karl Pribram

Karl Pribram

Plenary #324): A Conversation With Karl Pribram 

Workshop #337): What Makes Humans Humane 


Allen L Roland

Allen L Roland

My whole life has been a quest to rediscover and share a great truth I knew as a child ~ that beneath our deepest fears lies a state of love and soul consciousness that also lies beyond time and space.That quest included 5 years as a Navy carrier pilot flying supersonic jets ~ 10 years as a successful stock broker with a major wall steet firm and 30 years as a psychotherapist facilitating transformation and jump starting hearts in the process. My ultimate dream was to share that truth I knew as a child with the world ~ which I now do through my published books, monthly radio show and daily weblog which now reaches over 60 countries.



Plenary #310): THE UNIFIED FIELD 



Beverly Rubik

Beverly Rubik

Dr. Beverly Rubik is a leading scientist internationally renowned for her research exploring frontier areas of science and medicine. She specializes in subtle energies in health and healing. In 1979, Dr. Rubik earned her doctorate in biophysics at the University of California at Berkeley. She has published over 60 papers in scientific and medical journals and 2 books.
Dr. Rubik serves on the editorial board of several medical journals, including Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine, and Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine. She was one of 18 hand-picked advisors to the original Office of Alternative Medicine at the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), and she helped launch this new federal office through its startup years, from 1992 through 1997. She also chaired an NIH panel on energy medicine. The American Medical Students Association hired Dr. Rubik to develop the first medical school curriculum on energy medicine, which was also funded by NIH.
In 1996, Dr. Rubik founded the Institute for Frontier Science, a nonprofit research laboratory in Oakland, California to explore subtle energies and energy medicine. In 2002, her Institute was awarded an NIH center research grant to study the human energy field together with scientists at University of Arizona. She and her colleagues have been conducting research on Oriental concepts of subtle energy and practices such as Reiki and qigong. They are building a scientific foundation for understanding the human bioenergy field in health, healing, and optimal performance.
Dr. Rubik also has a clinical practice where she advices people on alternative and complementary health practices.
Beverly Rubik has appeared on numerous television programs throughout the US and worldwide, including a live appearance on “Good Morning America” (ABC-TV), where she presented her work on the human energy field in December 2000.

Plenary #279): Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP) of the Human Energy Field 

Workshop #280): Polycontrast Interference Photography: What Does your Energy Field Reveal? 

Plenary #283): Remarkable Anecdotes on Healers and Their Interventions 


Pamela Jaye Smith

Pamela Jaye Smith

PAMELA JAYE SMITH is a mythologist, writer, consultant, speaker and award-winning producer-director with twenty-five years in media. She is the author of "INNER DRIVES: How to Write and Create Characters Through the Eight Classic Centers of Motivation" [the chakras]. Her company MYTHWORKS™ offers ‘Applied Mythology for more Powerful Reality’. Clients and credits include Microsoft, Paramount Pictures, Disney, Universal, RAI-TV Rome, Marseille France, GM, Boeing, Pepperdine, Screenwriting EXPO, film festivals, and the US Army (during the Clinton administration).


Plenary #250): The Future of Consciousness 

Plenary #271): The Original Biofeedback System 



Rae Tattenbaum

Rae Tattenbaum

Performance coach Rae Tattenbaum earned her BA and completed advanced study in Theatre Arts at Hofstra University. She also has an MSW from the Columbia University School of Social Work.

The recipient of the Nortel's President's award for excellence, she is a licensed clinical social worker with expertise in Ericksonian Hypnosis, Neurofeedback, and teaching performance enhancement methods to adolescents and adults.

A pioneer in using Neurofeedback for enhancing performance, Tattenbaum is featured in Jim Robbins�s May 2000 book, A Symphony in the Brain: The Evolution of the New Biofeedback. Rae�s unique tapestry of tools which enhance performance in creativity, academics, business and the performing arts has been recognized in Jim Robbins�s book, A Symphony in the Brain: The Evolution of the New Biofeedback. This unique five part program and it�s application to classical singers was featured in 2004 in �Classical Singer Magazine. She has also been featured nationally on WNPR�s "The Infinite Mind". She is the chair of the AAPB Optimal Functioning Section and most recently served as a primary source for the WSJ�s article on the role of Neurofeedback in working with elite athletes... Ms. Tattenbaum teaches internationally including courses at the University of Hartford. She works actively with Elite Athletes , who recently competed in the 2006 Winter Olympics, and with Broadway and Metropolitan Opera performers. Rae Tattenbaum earned her BA and completed advanced study in Theatre Arts at Hofstra University. She also has an MSW from the Columbia University School of Social Work

Plenary #262): My Normal Brain: The Power of Technology and Spirit in renormalizing the Brain 

EEG Foundations Course #394): Optimal Functioning in Neuro and Biofeedback; An Overview 

Plenary #395): Optimal Functioning in Neuro and Biofeedback; An Overview 

Pre-Conference #263): The Secret Weapon: The Mind Empowering Achievement-Oriented Clients with a Five Step Program for Optimal Performance 


Jonathan Walker

Jonathan Walker

Plenary #322): Clinical/qEEG Correlations of High Frequency Beta Activity 


Plenary #323): Treatment of Migraines with Neurokinesiology 


Bernard Brucker

Bernard Brucker

Bernard S. Brucker, Ph.D., ABPP
University of Miami School of Medicine

Biographical Sketch

Dr. Bernard S. Brucker is Associate Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, and Radiology at the University of Miami-School of Medicine. He is a psychologist, Board-certified in Rehabilitation Psychology, who has been a leader in the field of rehabilitation and is currently the Director of the Biofeedback Laboratory at the University of Miami School of Medicine / Miami Jewish Home and Hospital. He has been Chief of the Division of Psychology at the University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Center from 1981 to 2005. He is the past President of the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology of the American Psychological Association and the recent past Chairman of the Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Advisory Council for the State of Florida. Dr. Brucker is currently President of the American Board of Rehabilitation Psychology, President of the Academy of Rehabilitation Psychology, Member of the Board of the American Board of Professional Psychology, President of the Council of Presidents of Psychology Specialty Academies, President of the Florida Brain Injury Association and past Board Member of the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. Dr. Brucker has received the Gil Moss Award from the National Spinal Cord Injury Association for outstanding scientific and clinical contribution to spinal cord injury, the Exceptional Achievement Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for microprocessor control of movement in paralyzed muscle, the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Dade County Chapter of the Florida Psychological Association, the Distinguished Service Award, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, American Psychological Association and the Karl F. Heiser Presidential Award from the American Psychological Association. Dr. Brucker is one of the founders, and the original Co-Director of the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. He is world renowned for developing specific behavioral procedures for restoring function to people with physical disabilities and has numerous publications, chapters, and presentations at scientific meetings.

Workshop #297): Important variables for successful Biofeedback and Neurofeedback applications in Rehabilition 

Plenary #299): The Role of Biofeedback and Neurofeedback in Neuroplasticity 


Rob Kall

Rob Kall

Rob is the organizer founder of the Winter Brain, Optimal Functioning and Positive Psychology and StoryCon Meetings. He is president of Futurehealth, Inc., Publisher of www.OpEdNews.com and has interests in Positive Psychology as well as being involved in the field of biofeedback/neurofeedback since 1972.
see my more detailed bio, here.

EEG Foundations Course #346): History of EEG Biofeedback and Neurofeedback 

Plenary #400): Meeting Opening, Greeting and Orientation 

Panel #347): Story Panel: Accessing and Processing Stories 

Plenary #254): The First Opinion Poll on Biofeedback and Self Regulation Awareness 

Plenary #338): Varieties of Awakening 


John Lowan

John Lowan

John has been a meditation leader in both eastern and western disciplines (including Yoga, Transcendental Meditation, Vipassana, Contemplative, and Zen) for over 30 years. He has presented meditation workshops in Europe, Asia, and across North America. Using and designing EEG and Biofeedback technology since 1972, John studied with, assisted and co-taught with Anna Wise, a recognized pioneer, author, and authority on brainwaves and consciousness. He is currently a certified Neurotherapist and has taught neurotherapy and meditation integration at Brainmaster Technologies, the Esalen Institute, and the Mayo Clinic. A lively presenter and workshop leader, John has taught groups in meditation, communication, problem solving, leadership, and parenting.

Plenary #304): Meditation and Neuroscience 

Workshop #348): The science of meditation 



Ron Minson

Ron B. Minson, M.D. received his medical degree from UCLA School of Medicine and is board-certified in Psychiatry and Neurology. His general medical background includes serving as a Peace Corps physician, family physician and Medical Director of fifty physicians at a metropolitan neighborhood health center. After completing his psychiatric residency at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, he established a private practice. He served as Chief of Psychiatry for Presbyterian Medical Center and Director of Behavioral Sciences at Mercy Hospital in Denver.

In 1990, Dr. Minson studied personally with Dr. Tomatis in Europe and returned to the States as one of the first Americans to be certified in the Tomatis Method. For over 15 years, Dr. Minson and Kate O’Brien-Minson operated The Center for InnerChange, a clinic offering Tomatis-based listening therapy as well as psychiatric counseling. Their new clinic, Sensory Therapies and Research (STAR) Center, co-founded with Lucy Jane Miller, Ph.D., OTR, is in the metro Denver area and is garnering national attention. Dr. Minson has studied and developed a variety of listening programs, and in 2001, he founded Dynamic Listening Systems, Inc., the premier listening therapy technology for clinicians and educators. Dr. Minson has presented domestically and internationally on the therapeutic application of sound.

Plenary #292): Effects of Auditory Stimulation on Brain Function 

Workshop #371): Listening Therapy - Hands On Workshop 


Paul G Swingle

Paul G Swingle

Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D. was Professor of Psychology at the University of Ottawa prior to moving to Vancouver. A Fellow of the Canadian psychological Association, Dr. Swingle was Lecturer in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School from 1991 to 1998 and during the same time period was Associate Attending Psychologist at McLean Hospital where he was also Coordinator of the Clinical Psychophysiology Service. Dr. Swingle was Chairman of the Faculty of Child Psychology at Ottawa University from 1972 to 1977 and Clinical Supervisor from 1987 to 1997. He is a Registered Psychologist in British Columbia and is Certified in Biofeedback and neurotherapy.

EEG Foundations Course #258): Foundations wrap-up 

Plenary #259): Mapping a healer for Prime Time 

Pre-Conference #256): Neurotherapy for the primary care practitioner 

Workshop #260): Potentiating neurotherapy 


Terry Argast

Terry Argast

Clinical Psychologist for 30 years, now retired. Co-founder of Southern California Society for Ericksonian Psychotherapy & Hypnosis. Author/Co-Author of Rapid Age Regression & Now You Wanted a Trance Demonstrated Today. Taught many hypnosis training workshops and a frequent presenter at the Milton Erickson Congresses.

Plenary #380): The clinical application of Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES): The best kept secret in medicine 


Thomas Brod

Thomas Brod

Thomas M. Brod, MD, DFAPA is a faculty member of the New Center for Psychoanalysis, Los Angeles, and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA. He has chaired the course on Neurofeedback at the American Psychiatric Association annual meetings for the past four years. In late 2005-early 2006 he organized and chaired two conferences for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles tied to their exhibition entitited, "Ecstasy: In and About Altered States". In May 2007, he will chair a symposium on psilocybin research at this year's American Psychiatric Association annual meeting.




Valdeane Brown

Valdeane Brown

Dr. Valdeane W. Brown is an internationally recognized "trainer of trainers", who teaches and consults widely on personal and organizational transformation and computer systems. With a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with a background in math, physics, computer programming, philosophy, yoga, meditation and martial arts, Dr. Brown brings a presence and precision to his work, informed by a deep sense of compassion, a profound facility with energy dynamics and commitment to revealing the elegant simplicity inherent in learning and transformation. Developer of the Five Phase Model and co-creator with his wife Sue of the Period 3 Approach to Clinical Neurofeedback, Dr. Brown has realized his vision of a truly comprehensive training system in NeuroCARE Pro©, which he personally designed and implemented, meticulously integrating it with Sue’s practical wisdom and experience. Dr. Brown provides comprehensive training, consultation and supervision to fellow professionals and healers as well as his clients, and is frequently called upon by colleagues to assist in resolving difficult clinical situations. His vision in bringing NeuroCARE Pro® to the world is to make personal transformation effortless and available to all.


Panel #361): CARE® in the Real World: Outcomes From Using NeuroCARE Across the Range 

EEG Foundations Course #362): CARE®: The Elegance of Non-localized and Non-Global Neurofeedback 

Plenary #363): KARMA OR DHARMA: Three Acronyms That Can Clarify The Core of Neurofeedback Training 


Thomas F. Collura

Thomas F. Collura

Tom Collura has over 30 years experience as a biomedical engineer and neurophysiologist. He has conducted clinical research and development in evoked potentials, microelectronics, human factors, EEG mapping for epilepsy, and neurofeedback. He received undergraduate degrees in Philosophy and Biology (1973) from Brown University, and received the Ph.D. (1978) in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University. His graduate work focused on real-time visual and auditory evoked potentials and selective attention in a vigilance task. He spent 8 years with AT&T Bell Laboratories as a technical staff member and supervisor in integrated circuits, computers, and man/machine interfaces. He served from 1988 to 1996 on the Staff of the Department of Neurology, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, where he conducted research and development in EEG mapping for epilepsy surgery, long-term EEG monitoring, and DC brain potentials. As a consultant, he has designed software and hardware for computerized tomography, automated radiometry, and automated imaging. He has conducted research in psi phenomena, and in 1984 discovered synchronous gamma EEG waves in a gifted clairvoyant. Since 1995, he has been founder and president of BrainMaster Technologies, Inc. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, abstracts, and papers, and has taught at the university and medical school level. He has 4 patents and 3 patents pending, all in the areas of neurofeedback, electrode technology, and evoked potentials. He is a licensed Professional Engineer, is a past board member of the International Society for Neuronal Regulation, and is president of the Neurofeedback Division of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, and was a 2006 recipient of the Hans Berger award of the AAPB.

Post-Conference #334): Advanced BrainMaster Workshop 

Panel #330): Brain, Mind, and Neurofeedback – The Next 100 Years 

Plenary #331): Neurophysics - a unified approach to brain and mind 

Workshop #332): Neurophysics of optimal and psi performance 

EEG Foundations Course #397): Technical Foundations of Neurofeedback 

Workshop #333): Whole Brain and Couples/Group Training using EEG Connectivity 



Starr Eaddy

Plenary #270): A Protective Edge: Sensation Seeking, Perceived Wellness & Life Effectiveness. 



Pamela Enders

Pamela Enders, Ph.D is a licensed psychologist and performance and executive coach. Dr. Enders has over 26 years of experience working with corporate executives, attorneys, entrepreneurs, bio-tech professionals, academics, and performing artists. She has extensive experience in providing a range of psychological services including executive coaching, performance coaching and consultation to individuals and organizations. Dr. Enders has also established mentoring programs in a variety of settings. Her areas of expertise include performance psychology, communication, group dynamics, gender roles, and leadership. She is on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and is affiliated with the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

Plenary #276): Mental Toughness Trainig for Lawyers, Physicians and Executives 



H. John Fisher

John Fisher has worked in both the private and public sectors. He is a former CEO and Board Chair of EEG Spectrum International. He presently works as a consultant and writer and oversees the Foundation for Neurofeedback and Applied Neuroscience.

Panel #264): If We're So Great, How Come Nobody's Heard of Us? 



Sebern Fisher

Sebern Fisher is a psychodynamic psychotherapist with a primary interest in the importance of secure attachment throughout the life span. She incorporated neurofeedback into her clinical practice in 1997. The effects of brain training that she has both experienced and witnessed have had significant impact on the way she now conceptualizes personality, self, psychopathology and even free will.
Emerging theory in all fields of psychotherapy is focused on the importance of affect regulation. After almost ten years of work with neurofeedback, Sebern has come to believe that the single most important contribution of neurofeedback is regulation of affect, and further, that the most important affect to regulate is fear. In pursuit of this, she discovered the site FPO2, “the gateway to the amygdala”, in 1999, and uses it specifically to quiet fear and reactivity. She has fully integrated neurofeedback into her practice of psychotherapy, rarely now, providing one without the other. She works with people suffering from conditions as apparently diverse as PTSD, dyslexia, dissociative disorders, Asperger’s, and attachment disorder.
Sebern was the Clinical Director of a residential treatment center for severely disturbed adolescents for fifteen years, where she implemented the first milieu DBT program in the US. She now maintains a private practice in Northampton, Massachusetts. She is an owner of EEG Spectrum International, and speaks nationally and internationally on neurofeedback, on the integration of neurofeedback and psychotherapy, and on attachment and neurofeedback.

Plenary #293): Affect Regulation, State Dependence and the Limits of Self Training 

Workshop #290): Trauma and Recovery: The Integration of Neurofeedback and Psychotherapy 

Plenary #272): Trauma and Recovery:The Integration of Neurofeedback and Psychotherapy 



S. David Freud

Linda Freud is regarded by many open-minded physicians as perhaps the leading medical intuitive in America. Burton Goldberg, prominent author of a landmark resource book entitled "The Definitive Guide to Alternative Medicine" recently wrote a very positive article for Alternative Medicine Magazine on Linda entitled "Channeling Help from Afar" that is available on her website at www.thehealthylife.com. Linda sees clients in Los Angeles, but also has an international reputation. Over the last two years she has worked with clients at the Kientalerhof Centre for Well Being and at the prestigious Paracelsus Klinik in Switzerland. In addition, a book describing Linda's work will be released by Basic Health Publications in both English and German in 2007.

Plenary #357): Natural Supplement Modalities for the Detoxification of Environmental Neurotoxins and the Reestablishment of Optimal Brain Function 



Tina Huang

Tina L. Huang is the Director of Research at Transparent Corp. She has a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the University of Rochester, and 2 postdoctoral fellowhips from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Jean Mayer/USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University in neuroepidemiolgy where she conducted research in nutrition in Alzheimer's Disease. Her strong interest in alternative medicine led her to the Brain Entrainment field. The potential of brain entrainment to provide mental health solutions that anyone could afford led her further to investigate its effects on psychological health.

Plenary #326): A comprehensive review and analysis of the psychological effects in brain entrainment research 



Karen Jacobs

Workshop #315): Method Storytelling 

Plenary #358): Organic Storytelling 



Michael Linden

Michael Linden, Ph.D. has been the director of ADD Treatment Centers in Orange County & San Diego for 15 years. He was one of the pioneers in Neurofeedback and QEEG assessment for ADD in the 1990s and conducted several research studies with Joel Lubar & Vince Monsatra.

Recently, he has been conducting research on QEEG subtypes on Autism & Aspergers and using them to increase the efectiveness of Neurofeedback. His recent research will be published in the Journal of Early & Intensive Behavioral Intervention.

Plenary #391): Aspergers: Less severe but more difficult than Autism? 



Peter McGugan

Plenary #295): When Something Changes Everything 


Ed B O'Malley

Ed B O'Malley

BS in Psychology SUNY Stony Brook, PhD Neurobiology Cornell Univer (1992), PostDoc Sleep Research NYU (1992-94), Sleep Medicine Fellowship NYU (1994-96), Research Assistant Professor of Medicine NYU School of Medicine, and Director Norwalk Hospital Sleep Disorders Center 1996-present

Plenary #325): Neurofeedback to Sleep 

Workshop #327): Neurofeedback to Sleep: Tools and Techniques to Recognize and Manage Insomnia to Enhance Neurofeedback Efficacy 


Siegfried Othmer

Siegfried Othmer

Siegfried Othmer has been active in neurofeedback for more than twenty years, through instrumentation development, clinical research, and the conduct of professional training courses.

EEG Foundations Course #375): Brain Models Underlying Neurofeedback: An Overview 

Plenary #376): Empathy: A Network Perspective 


Sue Othmer

Sue Othmer

Sue Othmer is Clinical Director of the EEG Institute in Woodland Hills, California. She has been involved in clinical research and the development of EEG biofeedback protocols since 1988. She teaches professional training courses in EEG biofeedback, and presents clinical research findings in professional forums.

EEG Foundations Course #317): An Evolving Clinical Model of Neurofeedback 

Plenary #318): More Effective Neurofeedback with Very High-Arousal Clients: Going Below 0-3 Hz 

Workshop #319): Neurofeedback with Young Children 


Bill Scott

Bill Scott

Bill Scott is a co-investigator of a research project studying somatization disorders at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute with Lobsang Rapgay, Ph.D. He’s in the design process of a study investigating brain states during mindfulness meditation with Jeffery Schwartz, M.D. and Barry Sterman, Ph.D. He recently developed a new neuroimaging technology that creates a fractal signature from EEG and is successfully utilizing this technology as a form of EEG biofeedback in a process termed BrainPaint®. He is the first author and principal investigator of a controlled study on addictions (n=121) which was published in August 2005 in The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, with David Kaiser, Ph.D, Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D, and Steven Sideroff, Ph.D.

Bill was also the principal investigator and first author of an addiction research project that yielded a 79% success rate with Native American alcoholics. This study was with Dr. Eugene Peniston (in press). An interview with Bill by the Psychiatric Times was published as a feature article. Bill and David Kaiser presented research at the American Association for the Advancement of Science with Dr. David Kaiser. He trained the researchers Dr. John Gruzelier and Dr. Tobias Egner (members of Department of Cognitive Neuroscience and Behaviour, Imperial College Medical School) in the use of alpha-theta protocols. The results of this research project so improved music abilities among Royal Conservatoire of Music students that the Conservatoire adopted these protocols into the school’s curriculum.

Bill has been published in the January 2000 issue of Clinical Electroencephalography (EEG), an official journal of the EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society (ECNS). He contributed a chapter on alpha-theta EEG biofeedback in Jim Robbins' Book, "A Symphony in the Brain." He has presented his research and has taught workshops with Tom Brod, M.D. on anxiety disorders at three American Psychiatric Associations annual conventions.

In association with Michael Hoffman, Bill is also currently involved with the Narcotics Division of the American Embassy in South America where they are teaching their protocols to other researchers in order to quickly replicate their work in Latin America. He participated in the 4th annual Meeting of Experts on Demand Reduction for the Organization of American States.

Bill has been training EEG biofeedback practitioners since 1996 and has taught over two thousand of them at this time. He’s most passionate about evaluating and demonstrating EEG biofeedback’s effectiveness through research, refining assessment, improving protocol selection, measuring outcomes and discovering innovative ways to transfer his knowledge to practitioners and research teams. He’s been in private practice since 2000 in West Los Angeles and Malibu.

Workshop #386): Protocol Efficiency 

Workshop #387): Protocol Efficiency 

Plenary #367): The Neurophysiology of Fear and State Specific EEG Changes 



Kirby Seid

Kirby Seid has traveled the world for crystals, fossils and ancient artifacts with his mineral business, has taught workshops and designed tools for spiritual practices for the past 25 years. Kirby has a B.A. degree in psychology from UC Santa Cruz and teaches Light Labyrinth workshops across the US and leads seminars at Omega Institute in New York. He has been developing the Light Labyrinth Project in collaboration with artists and scientists who have worked with the Exploritorium in San Francisco and Apple Computers.

Plenary #381): Introductory Presentation 

Workshop #273): Light Mind Technology: The Light Labyrinth and Music Visualizer 



Richard Soutar

A pioneer in the field of neurofeedback, Dr. Soutar has published three books on the topic of neurofeedback and conducted workshops on the various aspects of neurofeedback at conferences and clinics in the U.S and Europe. As a former professor of psychology and sociology, he has had extensive experience in teaching and training at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. He has also been working continuously over the years as a clinician, director and business administrator of various clinics around the country as well. He developed the first fully certified internet training course for neurofeedback. He has worked successfully with professional atheletes and businessmen on peak performance as well as a wide spectrum of individuals with the traditionally labeled psychological and medical disorders. He has also pioneered a wide range of clinical screening and assessment tools for neurofeedback including, the MiniQ, The MagnitudeAnalysis System, The Interactive Self Inventory, and The NPC Symptoms Checklist. He has also consulted with a variety of equipment manufacturers on the development of The MiniQ, Distance Training and Training Screen Formats as well as the protable mini neurofeedback trainer, the Bioscan ABT. Presently he is consulting on a variety of grants and research projects for the development of cybernetic interface for ALS patients, Spinal Chord Injury, PTSD programs for the U.S Military, and Industrial Design and Marketing.

Plenary #303): The Context of Transformation and Transcendence 

Plenary #300): Waking Up The Automatic Self 

Workshop #301): Waking Up The Automatic Self 


Ray Caamano

Ray Caamano

Inventor, product developer, entreprenuer, holder of fifteen U.S. patents. Student of American physicist Lester Levenson, creator of the Release Technique.

Plenary #401): Neurofeedback and The liberation of the subconcious mind 


John W. DeLuca

John W. DeLuca

John W. DeLuca, Ph.D., founder of Fearless Heart®, is a fully licensed psychologist in Colorado and Michigan. He is also in private practice in Boulder providing psychotherapy, neuropsychological assessment, QEEG brain mapping, neurofeedback and performance enhancement training. He was formerly Assistant Professor at Wayne State University School of Medicine and Director of the Neuropsychology Lab, University Psychiatric Center (1992-2002). Dr. DeLuca is a graduate and former faculty member of Elizabeth Stratton’s Touching Spirit® Training Programs as well as continuing student of Kyabje Gehlek Rimpoche, Jewel Heart Tibetan Buddhist Center, Ann Arbor, MI.

Dr. DeLuca is a warm and accessible teacher. His workshops are built upon his own personal and heartfelt transformational journey. He explains "In late 1995, I began a journey of deeper spiritual exploration after a series of traumatic personal events rather close in time. My journey began with Reiki training and studying with Elizabeth Stratton, a healer and founder of the Touching Spirit Center® in Litchfield, Connecticut. Serendipitously, I also became a more serious student of Kyabje Gehlek Rimpoche of the Jewel Heart Buddhist Center in Ann Arbor, MI with whom I have studied with less consistently since the early 1990's.”

Workshop #269): Entering the Mandala: Living the Sacred Circle sm 

Plenary #266): Exploring the In-Between: QEEG/LORETA Findings of "Other Dimensional Awareness" 


Stephen Larsen

Stephen Larsen

Dr. Stephen Larsen is certified by both AIBT and BCIA in eeg, licensed as a Mental Health Counselor in New York State, as well as licensed as a 1 on 1 HeartMath provider, and certified as a LENS master teacher. He has been practicing Biofeedback and Neurofeedback since 1970. He is the Author or editor of ten books on subjects as varied as shamanism, mythology, consciousness, and neurofeedback.

Pre-Conference #385): Basic Training in LENS Fundamentals: 3 Day Pre-conference Training 

Workshop #382): Head and Heart: Combined Modalities: The LENS neurofeedback and HRV training 

Plenary #384): The LENS Neurofeedback With Animals 

Plenary #383): The Mything Side of the Mind: (The Perilous Rapture of Fundamentalistic Thinking) 


Senia Maymin

Senia Maymin

Senia Maymin, MBA, MAPP consults to corporations about Positive Psychology. Senia is the Founder and Editor of Positive Psychology News Daily (www.pos-psych.com), a daily news site about the latest Positive Psychology research and applications. She also runs a blog on positive psychology ideas at Senia.com. Senia has a background in entrepreneurship, finance, high-tech, and video production. She speaks English, Russian, French, and Japanese. Senia received her AB in Mathematics and Economics at Harvard, her MBA at Stanford, and her Master in Applied Positive Psychology at UPenn.

Workshop #389): How Can You Increase Job Productivity and Enjoyment? 

Plenary #390): Increase Three Factors Critical for Job Productivity and Enjoyment 

Plenary #402): New Positive Psychology Results for BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 



Peter McGugan

Plenary #349): Turning Point - untapped potentials for stories. 



robert melillo

Plenary #335): Motricity and Hemisphericity and thier clinical significance in Neurobehavioral disorders 


Molly Jo Raaymakers

Molly Jo Raaymakers

Molly Raaymakers, MA, LLP has a private practice in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She began as a Biofeedback Therapist for Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital Pain & Headache Program 1993. She joined S.M.M.M.H.C Wege Institute for Holistic Medicine in 1999, establishing her private practice in 2002.

Workshop #284): Neurofeedback and Asthma: Is asthma the undetected variable dragging out your cases? 

Plenary #291): Neurofeedback and Asthma: Is Asthma the undetected variable dragging out your cases? 


Chris Snook

Chris Snook

Plenary #392): Beat Burnout and Create Legendary Client Breakthroughs! 


Diane Roberts Stoler

Diane Roberts Stoler

Author: Coping with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
International Speaker and Trainer
Survivor of 2 TBI and an ABI
Caregiver of 2 TBI family members
Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider


Tom Stone

Tom Stone

Tom Stone is an expert in the application of biophysics and changing patterns of energy in the human body. He has studied applied biophysics extensively in Europe with leading experts in the field. Tom has integrated bio-energetic testing, wave interference, and sophisticated electronic technology to be able to pinpoint and resolve the "bugs" in our inner human software. These Human Software Engineering™ techniques can be used to debug and upgrade any aspect of human life.

Plenary #374): Exploring the Connection Between TB Miasms and ADD 



Rae Tattenbaum


Hershel Toomim

Hershel Toomim

Lifetime in innovative research resulting in many honors, patents, and pioneering development of biofeedback computer based instrumentation including Biocomp 2010 followed by invention of hemoencephalography (HEG)

EEG Foundations Course #396): Intro to Heg 

Plenary #302): Neurofeedback Empowered Memory Revision 


Colleen Turner

Colleen Turner

Colleen Turner, Ph.D. (Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Air Force Reserve, Retired) is a communications consultant and trainer whose client range includes Vista Disney, The California Endowment, the U.S. Army Tank Command, and UCLA's interfaith University Religious Conference. More recently her focus has been on advancing U.S. foreign policy towards positive outcomes. She has designed terrorist defense scenarios and has been tasked to make national level recommendations for the enhancement of international communications. Her research paper entitled: Best Practices for Inspiring Pro-American Sentiment was selected for website publication by the University of Southern California's School of Public Diplomacy: http://uscpublicdiplomacy.com/pdfs/turner.pdf She is the author of a small book that blends proven winning methods from a variety of arenas entitled "Communication for Transforming 'No Way' into 'Way to Go!'"

Plenary #353): A Quest To Wage Peace: How Your Story Propels You Towards A Summit or An Abyss 


Jerry E Wesch

Jerry E Wesch

Plenary #373): How To Help Chronic Pain Patients With A Simple Temp Trainer 

Workshop #372): Self-Regulation & Biofeedback Treatment of Borderline Personality 


Nancy E. White

Nancy E. White

Dr. Nancy White, a licensed psychologist, licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Sex Therapist, stands as one of the original clinical practitioners of Neurotherapy. She is founder and Clinical Director of The Enhancement Institute in Houston, Texas. Dr. White is a Diplomate in Neurotherapy, a Quantitative EEG Diplomate, a Fellow of the International Society for Neuronal Regulation, a Fellow of the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America – EEG specialty, and a consulting editor for the Journal of Neurotherapy. She is author of a number of groundbreaking articles in the field, has contributed a chapter to the Academic Press book, Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback, edited by Evans and Abarbanel, and has presented at conferences and symposia both nationally and internationally. Dr. White is listed in Who’s Who In Medicine and Healthcare and in Who’s Who In America.

Plenary #308): Training the Brain BETTER by Tracking Neurotransmitters 

EEG Foundations Course #309): Transpersonal and Energy Considerations in Neurofeedback 



Jeffrey Wilson

Engaged in providing Biofeedback Therapy using various modalities for 35 years. Extensive experience in treatment of addictions, chronic pain, anxiety and stress disorders, sleep disorders, attention disorders, Learning disorders, Autistic Spectrum disorders. Currently clinical director of ADD Treatment Center in Mission Viejo.

Workshop #379): Introduction to QEEG 

Plenary #378): QEEG Analysis Comparisons 


Futurehealth.org 40,000 hits/ week "Most         Informative Biofeedback Site On The Web."  Jim Robbins, Symphony in the Brain 
Biofeedback Central Intro to EEG BF DVD Course Procomp Biograph Positivity Central  CDs & DVDs Press
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