A long time was planned, organized and waited - now the Annual Conference for Applied Neurofeedback is already over. This year it took place for the first time from June 16th to 17th. International practitioners, experts and interested people met in Birmingham, UK, to inform themselves about the latest scientific findings in the field of neurofeedback.
The event covered a wide range of topics related to neurofeedback. Renowned experts such as Sebern Fisher and Siegfried Othmer shared their insights, experiences and the latest research findings. A mixture of lectures, case studies, discussions and practical workshops offered all participants two varied and educational days.
"We want to create a space for exchange, a platform where people can come together and share ideas," is how Melanie Klemann, a member of the organizing team, described one of the goals of the conference in advance. Looking back, it can be said: the expectations were exceeded. The restriction of social interaction in recent years and the associated desire of the participants for exchange was clearly noticeable. In addition to the presentations, the opportunities provided were used to exchange ideas and network with other participants.
Overall, the conference served as a platform for knowledge dissemination, innovation and collaboration in the field of Neurofeedback. However, in addition to the scientific aspect, it was also the sense of community and sharing that made this first Annual Conference for Applied Neurofeedbac so successful.
Stay tuned for next year!