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Duration: 240 minutes Learning Objectives



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Learning Objectives:

1. Learn how to use braindriving procedures

2. Explain how and when to prescribe home administered treatments

3. Practice patient preparation for braindriving

4. discuss integration of braindriving into conventional neurofeedback training.
Test Questions:

1. Some clients can't be treated with neurotherapy because of problems with attending to the feedback (False)

2. CES is contraindicated for clients with pacemakers (True)

3. Conventional neurofeedback is in general the preferred method for treatment as compared with braindriving (True)


Bibliography:

Ohatrian, G.E., Peterson, M.C., and Lazarre, J.A. (1960) Responses from clicks from the human brain: Some depth electrographic observations. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 12, 479-489


Swingle, P.G. (1992) Subliminal Treatment Procedures: A Clinician’s Guide. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press
Swingle, P.G. (1993, June) Subliminal Facilitation. Invited Workshop. International Conference on Transcultural Psychiatry, Montreal, Quebec
Swingle, P.G. (1996) Subthreshold 10-Hz sound suppresses EEG theta: Clinical application for the potentiation of neurotherapeutic treatment of ADD/ADHD. Journal of Neurotherapy, 2, 15-22
Swingle, P.G. (2001) Parameters associated with rapid treatment of Common ADD (CADD). Journal of Neurotherapy, 5, 73-84



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