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“Eltern (...) berichten mir, dass Neurofeedback ihrem Kind im Alltag hilft” - Ein Interview mit der Stiftung Kind und Autismus

In einem Gespräch mit Frau Hildebrand, Leiterin des Kurswesen step-by der Stiftung Kind und Autismus, hat sie uns nicht nur mehr über die Stiftung und deren Kurswesen erzählt, sondern auch unsere Fragen zu Neurofeedback vor allem im Zusammenhang mit Autismus bei Kindern beantwortet. 

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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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Brain function analysis as part of diagnostics - An interview with Olga Kara PhD

The brain is a very complex organ and the interaction between anatomical and functional networks of the brain is a current topic in psychopathology research and therapeutic discussion.
Olga Kara is a neuropsychologist and neurofeedback therapist with a strong scientific and research background. From early on Olga was fascinated by neurobiological and psychophysiological foundations of cognitive processes as well as their specific patterns in various psychological conditions. Besides Infra Low Frequency (ILF) Neurofeedback, she uses different training methods in combination with neurotechnology to help patients.

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10 Gründe jetzt in Neurofeedback einzusteigen

The advantages of Neurofeedback for practices - 10 reasons why it is worth starting now with Neurofeedback

The demand for psychotherapy continues to grow unabated. Whereas practices were already at capacity before Corona, demand continues to increase. According to a survey conducted by the German Chamber of Psychotherapists at the beginning of the year, demand is already up another 40% over the previous year. For patients, this often means even longer waiting times. For practices, overload. But why it is worthwhile to start with Neurofeedback right now, we show in this article. 

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Neurofeedback Selbsterfahrung Onlinekurs

How does the Neurofeedback praktikum actually work in our online courses? A short experience report

We are enthusiastic about effective neurofeedback. Therefore, it is also important to us at BEE Medic that all our employees have the chance to participate in one of our basic courses and in this way also experience neurofeedback themselves. In addition to a better understanding of our product, this also serves as quality assurance and continuous improvement of our courses. Today our colleagues Linda and Jessica report about their self-experience at one of our Neurofeedback online basic courses in July 2021.

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What is the shortest word in English that contains the letters abcdef?

#neurofeedbackabc

Neurofeedback is so fascinating, isn't it? But when you are not yet familiar with it or you try to explain it to others, it is sometimes complicated. With our neurofeedback ABC on Instagram and Facebook we introduce to you every week neurofeedback related terms. Compact and understandable. To learn and share with the #neurofeedbackabc and #beemedic. And if you are not on social media we will keep you up to date here at our blog.

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Neurofeedback in the latest episode of the US American Podcast Mindstories​​​​​​​

EEG Info lecturer Dr. Roxana Sasu and Matthew Fleischmann, PhD from the Neurofeedback Advocacy Project have been working successfully with ILF neurofeedback for years. In the US American podcast Mindstories with Dr. Josephine McNary, they explain what makes neurofeedback so special. Why it is so helpful in the therapy of ADHD, anxiety disorders and trauma and why it is particularly pleasant for patients. They also discuss current findings. Have fun listening!

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Virtual Reality Neurofeedback

Virtual Reality Neurofeedback

"Put your glasses on and dive into another world" - Virtual Reality (VR) is often advertised in this or a similar way. And especially the therapeutic benefit and use arouses the interest of science and research - especially in combination with neurofeedback. Recently, a sensational case study was published. According to this study, a patient suffering from chronic pain showed a 40% improvement in her symptoms after only 20 sessions with ILF VR neurofeedback. More details and why VR can also be so interesting for neurofeedback are covered in this article.

 

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Gernot Wührer with his patient

"If someone had told me a year ago that my son Andreas would one day become a bookworm, I would have shaken my head in disbelief."

This is how Susanne Lenz, mother of a boy with autism and dyslexia, describes her experience with neurofeedback. The family was accompanied by EEG Info Europe lecturer Gernot Wührer. They tell their story and how neurofeedback can help with ADHD, autism or dementia in a recent article entitled "Brain training with neurofeedback", published in the German VdK member magazine.

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