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Homeschooling in children with AD(H)D – Risk or Chance?

Many countries are in a second lockdown right now. Even if most schools remain open and students may attend classes, experiences of the homeschooling phase are still present to many. We want to discuss the potential opportunities and risks of digital learning and teaching formats for children with AD(H)D.

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Eine kurze Buchbesprechung: „Neurofeedback. Theoretische Grundlagen - Praktisches Vorgehen - Wissenschaftliche Evidenz“

Sieben Jahre nach Veröffentlichung der Erstausgabe ist in diesem Jahr die 2. Edition von Ute Strehls Buch „Neurofeedback“ im Kohlhammer-Verlag erschienen. Einige Kapitel aus der ersten Ausgabe wurden überarbeitet, andere wiederum kamen komplett neu hinzu.

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The perfect literature for the winter - Take part in our book raffle!

What could be more pleasant than making yourself comfortable in the cold season and reading a good book? Especially when you have to stay at home anyway and can update your Neurofeedback knowledge at the same time? We make this thought even more beautiful by giving you just such a book as a present! Take part in our pre-Christmas book raffle!

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A short book review - Restoring the Brain. Neurofeedback as an Integrative Approach to Health

The time has come: the second edition of Restoring The Brain, edited by Hanno Kirk, was published this year by Taylor & Francis. This update was eagerly awaited by many. For this volume, the editor has once again been able to attract book chapters from well-known users and researchers in the field of ILF Neurofeedback, including our chief therapist Meike Wiedemann.

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World Occupational Therapy Day on 2020/27/10 - “Neurofeedback makes my work even more exciting”

In a growing number of occupational therapy practices, Neurofeedback is already established as a solid treatment method. However, many occupational therapists also doubt whether the “technical” neurofeedback fits into their everyday work. Being said, occupational therapists can even get some reimbursement from the health insurance and healthcare system for neurofeedback therapy in countries like Germany. In an interview, EEG Info lecturer Thomas Theis reports what inspires him about neurofeedback, how neurofeedback can be integrated into occupational therapy and why occupational therapists in particular bring the perfect conditions for neurofeedback.

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Patient information about Neurofeedback for your practice marketing — what matters

In considering the flood of information about health services via the Internet, Apps and brochures, it is more important than ever to provide patients with specific and well-founded information. Patients' need for information is particularly high for Neurofeedback. After all, ‘What exactly happens if electrodes are attached to my or my child's head?’ is a more than justified question. However, reliable, comprehensible information is hard to find and serious medical offers are difficult to distinguish from those that are not. The patient flyers of BEE Medic offer a very good opportunity to explain Neurofeedback to your clients in a professional and understandable way.

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What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a therapy method that - similar to biofeedback methods - is based on measuring physical body functions and reporting them back through appropriate signals in real time. Since neurofeedback is about the brain, EEG signals are used for feedback here. Neurofeedback is mainly used in therapy to improve the self-regulation ability.

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Study proves: just one session with ILF Neurofeedback results in significant changes in brain connectivity!

For the first time a randomized, controlled study has shown effects of Infra Low Frequency Neurofeedback (ILF Neurofeedback for short and also known as the Othmer method), on connectivity and brain activity - and this after only a single session. The study by Dobrushina et al. entitled "Modulation of Intrinsic Brain Connectivity by Implicit Electroencephalographic Neurofeedback" thus makes an important contribution to a better understanding of the mechanisms and processes of ILF Neurofeedback. “This confirms what we see in daily practice and what patients telling us: that ILF Neurofeedback has effects even after only one session,” says Dr. Bernhard Wandernoth, Founder of BEE Medic GmbH.

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Wie funktioniert das Praktikum im Onlinekurs? Im Video zeigen wir Ihnen, wie es geht!

Kann man Neurofeedback auch online lernen? Kurz und knapp: ja. Sogar sehr gut. Bequem aus der eigenen Praxis oder von zu Hause aus. Planungssicher und mit wenig Aufwand. Und dabei müssen Sie keine Kompromisse eingehen! Bei den Onlinekursen vermitteln wir Ihnen den gleichen Inhalt wie bei Veranstaltungen vor Ort. Und auch das Praktikum kommt dabei nicht zu kurz, sondern ist auch hier ein zentraler Kursbestandteil. Um die Technik kümmern wir uns und zeigen Ihnen im Video wie die Vorbereitung eines Onlinekurses funktioniert.

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6 reasons for online Neurofeedback training

The increasing digitalization brings us many advantages in everyday life. However, especially when it comes to e-learning and in particular to professional and medical training, there are often concerns as to whether further education can really work online. 

With the online courses with training providers accredited by us, we have already convinced numerous of our customers. Of course, this is also a question of character, but with the following six reasons for digital learning, we would like to show you the advantages of online courses.

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