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Presentation #5


Workshop: 



Methods for potentiating neurotherapy

Abstract:



Methods for potentiating neurotherapy are very useful for clients who have limited capacity to attend for neurofeedback (e.g., autism) and for clients who are at a therapeutic plateau or barrier. Methods include braindriving, CES, AVS, craniosacral therapy, harmonics and energy techniques.

Duration:



240 minutes

Learning Objectives:



1. review adjuncts to neurofeedback

2. practice braindriving techniques

3. identify conditions most suitable for potentiation procedures

4. discuss limits of potentiation procedures.

5. idnetify methods for prescribing appropriate self-administered treatments

Test Questions:



1. Cranial microamperage stimulation is a FDA regulated procedure (T)

2. Braindriving cannot be used with stoke patients (F)

3. Braindriving is safe for children (T)

4. Braindriving is not affected by artifacts in EEG measurement (F)

5. Sounds must be above subjective hearing threshold to have an effect on brainwave activity (F)

6. Electrical stimulation of acupuncture points has a measureable effect on brainwave activity. (T).

7. Craniosacral therapy has no measureable effect on brainwave activity (F)

Bibliography:



Swingle, P.G. (Summer, 2003) Potentiating neurotherapy. Techniques for stimulating the EEG. California Biofeedback.

Swingle, P.G. (2001)Parameters associated with rapid treatment of Common ADD (CADD) J. Neurotherapy, 5, 73-85.

Russell, H.L. & Carter, J.L. (1993) An investigation of auditory and visual entrainment of brainwave activity in learning-disabled boys. J. of the Texas Center for Educational Research, 4, 65-73.

Kirsch, D. (2002) The Science Behaind Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation, Edmonton Alberta. Medical Scope Publishing.

Detailed Agenda:



Course Agenda

1-2PM Rationale for potentiation procedures

Different potentiation methods

2-3PM Hands-on training with CES and craniosacral methods

3-3:15PM break

3:15-5PM Hands-on training: determining appropriate clients for braindriving, practice with administering braindriving.

Presentation #118


Foundation Course: 



Identification and control of artifact, Overview of QuickQ, Case exxamples on rapid diagnosis and treatment

Abstract:



Basics for getting started with neurotherapy. Artifact problems and minimization. Rapid assessment and diagnosis procedures. Case presentations demonstrating efficient methods for immediately using neurotherapy in your practices.

Duration:



60 minutes

Learning Objectives:



Learn to identify and control artifact

Learn potential of QuickQ methods

Test Questions:



With the new High Impedence amplifiers, artifact is no longer a problem (F)

QuickQ is an adequate method for all clients (F)

Bibliography:



Swingle, P. G. (2002) Potentiating neurofeedback California Biofeedback

mpson, M and Thompson, L.(2003) The Neurofeedback Book. AAPB

Detailed Agenda:



Identifiaction of artifact

Control of artifact

Overview of QuickQ

Cases on rapid diagnosis and treatment

Presentation #144


Plenary: 



Has your get-up-and-go got up and gone? Gussying up the EEG for us seniors..

Abstract:



Age related declines in cognitive functioning can be mitigated with neurotherapy focused on Gussying up the alpha response and frequency. Procedures for keeping the brain sharp are presented.

Duration:



30 minutes

Learning Objectives:



Learn the diagnignostic indicators of cognitive inefficiencies

Learn methods fopr brainbrightening

Test Questions:



1. Age related declines are not reversable (F)

2. A major contributor to cognitive inefficiencies in the elderly are prescription medications (T)

Bibliography:



Swingle, P. G. et al(2004) Neurophysiological indicators of EFT treatment SUBTLE ENERGIES AND ENERGY MEDICINE, 15, 75-86

Swingle, PG (1996) 10 HZ subliminal sound suppresses theta amplitude JOURNAL OF NEUROTHERAPY 1

Budzynski, TH. (1996) Brainbrightening BIOFEEDBACK, Summer, 1996

Detailed Agenda:



Brainmapping the senior

detoxification

Breainbrightening

Home treatment methods

case studies

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