Tag Archives: mindfulness
How to Reduce the Impact of Isolation on Your Family Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, schools and workplaces have been empty but homes have been full. And as much as we love our families, suddenly being forced to share our personal space 100 percent of the time can take a toll. If you […]
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 […]
If a Naval Admiral can learn from his ‘brain fog’, what can you apply to make better decisions every day?
The Brain Train Coach quick notes on Willpower Ted Talk by Kelly McGonigal The Science of Willpower The Stanford researcher and professor, Mcgonigal, teaches a class on the Science of Willpower. Here she relates a brief research history on the addictive centers of the brain with a view towards how we use willpower to battle […]
Seven Ways Mindfulness Can Help Teachers, a Quick Summary (for the full article, see the Greater Good link at the bottom of the page) Author Patricia Jennings has 40 years of experience in the education system, her book, Mindfulness for Teachers, outlines several mindfulness practices—such as focused breathing, open awareness, and loving-kindness for the teacher […]
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. […]