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"Study Update 2022" - Here you will find a selection of current neurofeedback studies.

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Neurofeedback in “The Higher Practice Podcast for Optimal Mental Health”

One of the pioneers of advanced Neurofeedback, Dr. Siegfried Othmer, has joined Keith Kurlander and Dr. Will Van Derveer, Co-Founders of the Integrative Psychiatry Institute and Integrative Psychiatry Centers, in their podcast “The Higher Practice Podcast for Optimal Mental Health”. Dr. Siegfried Othmer explains how Neurofeedback works and talks about how he personally started with Neurofeedback. Classical frequency band training, ILF Neurofeedback as well as ADHD and PTSD are discussed.

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Open Day" on October 15, 2022 at BEE Medic GmbH in Forchheim as part of the Mental Health Action Week

On 15 October 2022, BEE Medic GmbH will be holding an "Open Day". Under the motto of this year's Mental Health Action Week "Talking lifts your spirits - mentally healthy in our society", we will talk about mental health and show what role modern medical technology, such as neurofeedback, plays in this.

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Expert webinar "Let's talk about neurofeedback" - On World Mental Health Day, October 10, 2022.

October 10 is World Mental Health Day. Based on the motto "Talking lifts your spirits - mentally healthy in our society", BEE Medic GmbH is hosting a free webinar entitled "Let's talk about neurofeedback" at 6:00 pm. Neurofeedback experts Dr. Meike Wiedemann and Veronika Kreitmayr will discuss the questions of what it actually means to be mentally healthy, what role neurofeedback can play in therapy and, above all, how therapists can benefit from working with neurofeedback.

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Study supports use of ILF neurofeedback in integrative treatment of primary headaches

Acht Patienten mit Spannungskopfschmerzen erhielten 10 Sitzungen ILF-Neurofeedback und 10 Sitzungen Schein-Neurofeedback in zufälliger Reihenfolge. Die Intervention wurde zusätzlich zu einer psychotherapeutischen Basisintervention durchgeführt. Ergebnisse der Studie zeigen, dass im Vergleich zur Scheinbehandlung, die Häufigkeit der Kopfschmerzen nach Behandlung mit ILF Neurofeedback, deutlich geringer war.

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Mental Health Week at BEE Medic

Mental health is an essential factor for our quality of life. Especially in recent years, the topic has become a focus of attention. At the same time, the need for support and therapy has increased, as has the burden on therapists.

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Expertentalk

Neurofeedback as a therapy component for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

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"Parents (...) tell me that Neurofeedback helps their child in everyday life" - An interview with the Child and Autism Foundation in Urdorf, Switzerland

We talked to Ms Alberta Hildebrand, head of the step-by course programme of the Child and Autism Foundation. In the interview she told us more about the goals of the foundation and about their experiences with Neurofeedback in ASD.

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What makes our Neurofeedback courses so special? - an interview with Meike Wiedemann, Doris Engels and Horst Schneider

Of course, you can learn highly effective Neurofeedback with us. But above all, it is our lecturers who make our courses so special. Reason for that is, you won’t learn Neurofeedback from trained sales personnel in one day with us, but from enthusiastic Neurofeedback practitioners. All of them are experts in their subject and have been working successfully with Neurofeedback in their own practice or clinic for years, with a lot of empathy and sensitivity. So we sat down with some of the lecturers on our team and simply asked them why they love teaching and what makes our courses so special. 

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"Pump it up!" About heart rate variability, skin conductance and body temperature. Why biofeedback can ideally complement neurofeedback therapy

Biofeedback describes a method that can offer the way to a better perception and regulation of one's own body. In biofeedback, peripheral physical parameters - also called biosignals - are used. These can be muscle tone, heartbeat or breathing rate, for example. Electrodes, which are attached directly to the skin, for example, or mounted in a chest belt or finger sensor, measure peripheral physiological parameters. These signals are then reported back on a screen - either simply as curves or in animations. 
Biosignals allow conclusions to be drawn about the current stress level - being able to perceive one's own physical reaction can be an enrichment for therapeutic work, or for training relaxation or concentration. 

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