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Neurofeedback for PTSD recovery

By Tina Buck, PhdD

In the early 1990s, 2 studies with Vietnam veterans resulted in 100% of subjects experiencing recovery from PTSD. EEG biofeedback, or “neurofeedback” was the primary intervention used. 283 more words

Veterans

What a difference a day makes

In my quest for relief from dizziness symptoms, last week I went to two appointments. I organize outings very carefully as car travel significantly exacerbates symptoms. 339 more words

Medical Practise

How To Find Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

Studies demonstrate that Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Consideration Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are increasing with an alarming rate. Some think that it is because it isn’t really rising but that it is gaining more visibility with better tools and solutions to detect it, but doctors disagree, saying that the number of identified incidents is definitely rising. 466 more words

Anxiety. Depression

Look Out!

I’ve been making crazy progress lately. I believe this is the result of combination of speech therapy with neurofeedback.

  1. I finished all the deductive reasoning puzzles in speech therapy.
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Stroke

Cognitive Solutions Approach To Treating Attention Deficits Hyperactivity

When I was growing up in the 1970’s, there were always boys who were hyper.  They couldn’t control their behaviors, responded impulsively to everything placed in front of them, and acted as if driven by little motors constantly running full speed inside their bodies.  845 more words

ADDADHD

Executive Functioning Skills By Ari Goldstein, Ph.D.

When I first began teaching special education in the early 1990’s, the term executive functioning was unheard of.  As a young teacher, I very quickly saw the importance of developing underlying cognitive skills to help my students learn more efficiently.  578 more words

ADDADHD

The Fun of Dealing with Insurance Companies

So BlueCross/BlueShield rejected paying for the neurofeedback after my initial treatment. They rejected it, because some doctor in Baltimore, Maryland who doesn’t know me or my history (and works for the insurance company) deemed the treatment “not medically necessary, appropriate or efficient.” Wow! 250 more words

PTSD