Event Title

Neurofeedback at the Institute for Research, Assessment & Professional Development

Presenter Information

Brenda Arnold

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

College

College of Education

Major

Educational Psychology and Counseling

Session Number

2

Location

RM 218

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Connie McReynolds

Juror Names

Moderator: Dr. Carol Damgen

Start Date

5-19-2016 3:20 PM

End Date

5-19-2016 3:40 PM

Abstract

This presentation will discuss neurofeedback, a non-invasive therapy that trains individuals to better control one’s mental state through self-regulation of brain activity. The Institute for Research, Assessment and Professional Development uses SmartMind, a neurofeedback computer program that is widely utilized and recognized as an effective tool for enhancing brain functionality. This program can increase memory, concentration, focus, and endurance, as well as help balance brain functioning for individuals suffering from a wide range of disorders, such as ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, mTBI, and other emotional and/or behavioral disorders.

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May 19th, 3:20 PM May 19th, 3:40 PM

Neurofeedback at the Institute for Research, Assessment & Professional Development

RM 218

This presentation will discuss neurofeedback, a non-invasive therapy that trains individuals to better control one’s mental state through self-regulation of brain activity. The Institute for Research, Assessment and Professional Development uses SmartMind, a neurofeedback computer program that is widely utilized and recognized as an effective tool for enhancing brain functionality. This program can increase memory, concentration, focus, and endurance, as well as help balance brain functioning for individuals suffering from a wide range of disorders, such as ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, mTBI, and other emotional and/or behavioral disorders.