Tag Archives: biofeedback
New research builds upon our understanding of the Amygdala to Pre-Frontal Cortex connection. How can we more easily self-regulate? Self-regulation is the foundation of stress control and optimal performance. Biofeedback proves to be a viable tool for training this key function built into the human brain’s ability to adapt and survive. “If you know what […]
How Balloons can calm an autistic boy’s mind. Mindfulness Meditation techniques by a Special Education Teacher before it was a trend. Now, Biofeedback tools help make this technique easy to learn for schools and homes across the world.
Is Mindfulness like gravity? If we treat mindfulness like gravity it falls into place. When we adopt mindfulness, it becomes like gravity, making us grounded and stuck to our earthly awareness and that which is timeless and omnipresent. Steve Hickman, Psy.D., Executive Director of the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness joins William Mobley, MD, […]
Why Use Biofeedback? Top 40 Reasons Why Biofeedback is “Good Therapy” for Professionals, Families and the Self-Health Individual. For any of us, from the self-experimenter, to the parent, to the professional with a teeming need to calm minds of all ages, let’s have some fun while expounding our ideas and cementing our minds in support […]
Dr. Erik Peper’s study and paper “Seeing is Believing” quantifies and qualifies the response to learned biofeedback efforts. Simply, when you, or a client/patient can take a doubt, or even a trusted theory, apply it via a feedback mechanism and get a quantifiable, tested result — you create a new belief and perspective. From his […]
Top Biofeedback Books for Professionals Here are the top 3 on the reading list of Biofeedback books for Professional Therapists, Coaches and Counselors. Simply, they offer the best information in three different frameworks. These books are also recommended by the most influential practitioners and researchers in the Biofeedback Community: they are the ‘gold standard’. 1. […]
Learning is quite different from education. While education stops when you stop attending school or college, learning is a continual process. We continue to learn new things until the end of our lives. The human brain has always been a topic of great interest and the medical fraternity has been craving to crack the mystery […]