Professional Learning Resources
Stress Regulation and Learning Model: Enhancing mental health outcomes through Neurofeedback targeting the Prefrontal cortex
Define what Biofeedback and Neurofeedback are and why brain-based learning is relevant to mental health treatment for anxiety, depression, stress, and trauma.
Describe how brain changes under stress, particularly the relationship between the prefrontal cortex and amygdala.
Describe 4 key changes unfolding from a more regulated brain and how these can enhance the process of psychotherapy.
Explain the relationship between Neurofeedback targeting the prefrontal cortex, enhanced emotional tolerance, and coping self-efficacy for lasting change.
Utilize the Stress Regulation and Learning Model framework to observe changes and to strengthen new awareness and new brain patterns in clients.
May 5, 2023, 9a-4p
Live on Zoom.
5.5 CE's now available.
New to Neurofeedback?
One hour Free webinar on (pIR HEG) Neurofeedback:
What is it? What does it look like in an office setting? What are the outcomes for clients with anxiety, depression, stress and trauma?
Dr. Tyrrell Baker's recent presentations
Integration of Neurofeedback into Behavioral Healthcare, Utica University
Technology that Heals: The benefits of Neurofeedback-enhanced Psychotherapy
Dec 2020 Upstate Medical University Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds
Oct 2021 New York State Psychological Association Conference
EZ pIR Neurofeedback System
-direct training of prefrontal cortex
-easy to learn and implement in real world settings
-Studied on migraines but applicable to a wide range of difficulties across diagnoses/ presenting problems
-meaningful change within 12-20 sessions
For more information, contact the developer Jeff Carmen, PhD
Direction of Neurofeedback effects