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Neurofeedback and Self-Regulation in ADHD Front Book CoverNeurofeedback and Self-Regulation in ADHD (Second Edition)

This is the premier neurofeedback treatment resource and clinical guide for ADHD. This second edition received a thorough update with the latest research and clinical advice. The books spans over 350 pages in a large print format (7×10) with many color figures and graphs. Essential neurofeedback book.

Low Resolution Brain Electromagnetic Tomography (LORETA) Book By Rex Cannon, PhDLow Resolution Brain Electromagnetic Tomography (LORETA): Basic Concepts and Clinical Applications

The first known book on the increasingly popular LORETA brain imaging software. Written by Rex Cannon, PhD with a forward by Joel F. Lubar, PhD. This is the essential “missing manual” for LORETA. Dr. Cannon also devotes one chapter to a relatively new and exciting use of LORETA – LORETA neurofeedback

demos_neurofeedback_book Getting Started with Neurofeedback

John Demos delivers a comprehensive yet readable neurofeedback book. Excellent introductory resource for novice neurotherapists and a great refresher for advanced neurotherapists. Essential industry standard book.

handbook_of_neurofeedback Handbook of Neurofeedback: Dynamics and Clinical Applications

Contributions from James Evans, Siegfred Othmer, Joseph Horvat, Thomas Budzynksi, and Lester Fehmi. Includes an excellent chapter on coherence and chapters on ADHD, brain brightening, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, and depression.

handbook_of_psychophysiology Handbook of Psychophysiology

Absolutely essential book to better understand psychophysiology and the major systems, such as the autonomic nervous system, gastrointestinal system, and cardiac system. This is geared toward psychologists and not a medical textbook. Also includes excellent information on various forms of biofeedback. Close to a 1000 pages so considered a reference manual.

intro_neurofeedback_qeeg_book_1 Introduction to Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback

One of the first clinical neurofeedback books (published in 1999). Now a classic in the field that is still relevant today. Includes excellent chapters on alpa/theta therapy and QEEG databases with contributions from well known clinicians in neurofeedback and QEEG.

intro_neurofeedback_qeeg_book Introduction to Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback, Second Edition: Advanced Theory and Applications

This is newly released book that I have not read yet; however, I have heard from several respected colleagues that this is a vital and important release for the field of neurofeedback.

principles_stress_management_book Principles and Practice of Stress Management, Third Edition

This is a book I wish I knew about at the start of my graduate level training. An excellent therapist manual that details common therapeutic techniques used in Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine for the management of stress and anxiety. Includes a diverse range of topics, such as autogenic training, progressive muscle relaxation, hypnosis, neurofeedback, biofeedback, and breathing retraining.

othmer_protocol_guide Protocol Guide for Neurofeedback Clinicians

This is wonderful resource for clinicians without access to QEEG data or who prefer a symptom-based approach to neurotherapy. Provides a summary of the latest Othmer protocols for various populations based on their extensive clinical experience.

qeeg_erp_neurotherapy_book Quantitative EEG, Event-Related Potentials and Neurotherapy

This is newly released book that I have not read yet; however, I have heard from several respected colleagues that this is a vital and important release for the field of neurofeedback.

thompson_neurofeedback_book The Neurofeedback Book

Thompson and Thompson produce a dense neurofeedback book loaded with coverage of important topics. Somewhat more technical and advanced (but not as well organized or readable) as the John Demos book above. An essential book for neurotherapists at any experience level.

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