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Virtual Reality Neurofeedback

Virtual Reality Neurofeedback

"Put your glasses on and dive into another world" - Virtual Reality (VR) is often advertised in this or a similar way. And especially the therapeutic benefit and use arouses the interest of science and research - especially in combination with neurofeedback. Recently, a sensational case study was published. According to this study, a patient suffering from chronic pain showed a 40% improvement in her symptoms after only 20 sessions with ILF VR neurofeedback. More details and why VR can also be so interesting for neurofeedback are covered in this article.


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Gernot Wührer with his patient

"If someone had told me a year ago that my son Andreas would one day become a bookworm, I would have shaken my head in disbelief."

This is how Susanne Lenz, mother of a boy with autism and dyslexia, describes her experience with neurofeedback. The family was accompanied by EEG Info Europe lecturer Gernot Wührer. They tell their story and how neurofeedback can help with ADHD, autism or dementia in a recent article entitled "Brain training with neurofeedback", published in the German VdK member magazine.

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Article: Experience with neurofeedback in therapeutic practice

In the current issue of the German-language professional journal for occupational therapists "Praxis Ergotherapie" our collegues Dr. Siegrid Seuß and Jennifer Riederle published the results of a survey among 260 neurofeedback therapist, mainly occupational therapist. They asked them about their use and experience with neurofeedback in daily work.

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Neurofeedback in der Praxis

What does Neurofeedback do for the brain in stress and mental illness?

A short article in today's edition of the WELT shows how neurofeedback can help us deal with stress and strain right now.

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Study shows: ILF neurofeedback leads to significant improvement in impulse control and attention in children with ADHD

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Memory improvement through neurofeedback

This blog post is about... um... oh… let me think... yeah! Memory and forgetting. We all have been in such situations: forgetting the appointment at the dentist, having to search for our car in the parking lot and not remembering birthdays. In this blog post, we explain why we forget things and how neurofeedback can improve memory. We are also discussing a study by the Saarland University in which the memory of test subjects could be improved in the long term through neurofeedback training.

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Interview with Gernoth Wührer - The importance of language to human development

Language is a fundamental component in child development. When suffering from a so-called language development disorder, communication, language comprehension, vocabulary and language formation or several of these areas are affected. 

In his practice in Munich, the psychologist Gernot Wührer treats, among others, patients with language development disorders. In this interview he reports on how neurofeedback can help. 


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The development of the Othmer Method - Neurofeedback in its most advanced form

If you are interested in the topic of neurofeedback, you will quickly realize that not all neurofeedback is the same. This article gives a brief insight into our whitepaper on the development of the Othmer Method. From its origins in classic SMR beta and frequency band training, to the systematic study of electrode placements, to today's ILF neurofeedback.

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Interview with Gunilla Radu from Nordic Center of Neurofeedback - "We can do so much with so little"

Gunilla Radu is founder of the Nordic Center of Neurofeedback, works internationally as a EEG Info Europe lecturer for Neurofeedback and works every day with people in her private practice. In the interview she talks about her Neurofeedback career and experience, why it is so important to make Neurofeedback accessible to more and more people, especially in the field of trauma therapy and the pioneer work in her region.

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Congratulations to the winners!

Thank you very much for your active participation in our book raffle. Many of you "not only" took part, but also sent us personal messages, telling us about treatment successes and enthusiastic patients, and that you would no longer want to do without neurofeedback in your practice.

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