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Schwarzweiss Aufnahme eines Gesichtes mit blauen Augen

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Gehirn Biofeedback

Expert panel: Chances and limits of the QEEG

In many areas of medicine, technical, standardized measuring methods for diagnosis have already become established. Be it blood analysis from the laboratory or X-ray images at the orthopaedic surgeon. However, in the field of mental health, objective measurement data as a basis for decision making is practically not yet available. But why?

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Neurofeedback Animations Overview

Expert panel: Feedback animations

Which animation do I need for my practice? Which feedback variant is used most often and is most effective? If you have asked yourself these and other questions in the past, our new offer from the online expert panel is just right for you!

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EEG Info Protokoll Leitfaden 7. Auflage

Protocol Guide available in 7th edition

The Protocol Guide by Susan F. Othmer has been the indispensable standard work for all those who (want to) work with Neurofeedback according to Othmer. The now current 7th edition contains clinical knowledge about the new extended ILF HD range, revised symptom profiles and the new ILF synchrony training.

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Video Elektroden kleben für Neurofeedback Eigentraining

How to hook up electrodes for Neurofeedback self-training

We all experience weeks of special challenges. Due to initial restrictions and cutbacks in public life, we all experience uncertainties and stressful situations. At the same time, new ideas emerge everywhere and some of us have something that is often neglected in the normal bustle of everyday life: more time! We would like to invite you to use this time for Neurofeedback training.

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Buchcover: Neurofeedback - Wie eine spielerisch leichte Therapie dem Gehirn hilft, Probleme zu überwinden

Book recommendation - "Neurofeedback. How a playful and easy therapy helps the brain to overcome problems"

Everyone can benefit from neurofeedback, which helps the brain to regulate itself better in a playful way. Above all, it helps to alleviate numerous illnesses such as migraines, sleep and concentration disorders, ADHD, mental disorders and trauma. And all this without having to go into detail about your own past. Meike Wiedemann and Kirsten Segler explain in an easily understandable way how neurofeedback works and how it is applied. Numerous case histories show the many different ways it can be used. An exciting introduction to a promising therapy method, effective and without side effects. Available in German.

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