Automated Neurofeedback as a Primary Addictions Intervention
Date & Time
Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Donald Posson, PhD, LADC, BCN
EEG Biofeedback research demonstrates that neurofeedback brain-training dramatically improves multiple recovery factors in mental health populations. Barriers to broad-based implementation include cost of equipment, lengthy and in-depth training requirements, and a lack of clear guidance in developing and implementing brain-training protocols specific to each individuals brain-phenotype. Automated EEG Biofeedback training systems are as effective as clinician-guided EEG Systems, accurately assessing and training a multiplicity of brain-phenotypes related to addiction. We propose that automated EEG Biofeedback systems provide a front-line, easy-to-apply, psycho-physiological adjunct therapy that will increase recovery potential in nearly
Location Name
Wilder G&H
Session Type
Breakout Session
Available for Credit
Approved for CEs