No certificate is given for this course
Presenter: Sebern Fisher, MA
Increasingly, psychotherapists, particular those who are working with trauma and personalitydisorders, are looking into the field of neurofeedback. This workshop serves as an openinvitation to them as well as an informational session for those who are just beginning touse it for their traumatized patients. This workshop will introduce them to the brains of theirpatients, to the practice of neurofeedback to quiet fear and to the integration ofneurofeedback and psychotherapy.
Learning Objectives:Based upon the content of this presentation attendees will be able to:
• Describe the patterns of connectivity in the brain that underlie dissociation.• Describe the role of affect regulation difficulties in developmental trauma.• Provide a basic understanding of the connection between motherlessness, affect regulation and the sense of self.• Describe how neurofeedback helps the brain learn to regulate affect.• Plan the integration of neurofeedback into psychotherapy practice.