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University BCIA Certification Program Brings Neurofeedback To Saudi Arabia

For the past seven years, Widener’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology has provided coursework leading to Board Certification from the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA). The program, taught by Celeste De Bease, PhD, BCB-Fellow, BCN-Fellow and by Pam Calvert-Hirt, PsyD, MBA, BCB, has led many of its graduate students to their dissertations on biofeedback, particularly […]

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Neurofeedback Eliminates Migraine Headaches In More Than Half Of Participants With No Side Effects

Migraines cost American taxpayers $13 billion in missed work or reduced productivity annually. In a time of job insecurity and financial vulnerability when stress levels are high and incomes are low, crippling migraines are an ever increasing epidemic. For the 28 million Americans who suffer from recurrent migraines, the accepted treatment is pharmacological therapy. Now […]

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Classic Neurofeedback / Seizure Study Now Available Online For Free

Most professionals and researchers in the field of neurofeedback are familiar with the now classic neurofeedback study by Barry Sterman entitled, “Electroencephalographic and Behavioral Studies of Monomethyl Hydrazine Toxicity in the Cat.” This is perhaps one of, or the most, important studies to be conducted in neurofeedback. The Journal of Neurotherapy has made this important […]

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Neurofeedback Expert, Dr. Edward Jacobs, Provides An Excellent “Introduction To Neurofeedback” Video Interview

Gerald Spindel, M.D., host of the “Eye On Health” series, recently interviewed neurofeedback expert Edward Jacobs, PhD. Dr. Jacobs is Board Certified in Neurofeedback (BCN) and practices psychology in southern New Hampshire. Dr. Jacobs, a polished and knowledgeable speaker, provides a balanced overview of neurofeedback and its use in the treatment of various disorders, such […]

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Canadian Diplomats Learn More About Biofeedback

Ambassador to Germany, Dr. Peter Boehm, and the Canadian High Commissioner to Dusseldorf, Leslie Reissner, paid a visit to the Thought Technology Ltd. booth at Medica, where 137,000 visited for 4 days. Included in this announcement is a video interview with Olivier Jean (short track speed skating gold medalist) and Dr. Pierre Beauchamp (sports psychologist) who […]

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Neurofeedback Improves Symptoms Of Fibromyalgia In A Randomized, Controlled Study

In a recently published article in the journal, Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, researchers report that neurofeedback, a form of biofeedback, significantly improves symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS). The authors devised a well thought out study that included a total of 36 patients who experienced FMS. Patient were randomly assigned to 1 of 2 groups: 18 […]

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NPR Discusses Neurofeedback For Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Earlier this month, National Public Radio (NPR) discussed neurofeedback for pediatric Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) with Katherine Ellison and several university researchers. If Ellison sounds familiar that is because BMED Report featured a review of her recent article in “The New York Times Discusses Heightened Public Attention And Mainstream Research In Neurofeedback.” NPR made […]

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