Webinar on World Mental Health Day
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.
Mental health is an essential factor for our quality of life. Especially the pandemic of the last years has increased the awareness for this, but the need for effective therapy as well as the load for therapists has increased significantly. Neurofeedback can play an important role here, on the one hand as an effective therapy module for patients, on the other hand it can also facilitate the everyday work of behavior therapists.
The expert webinar on October 10, 2022, will cover how.
"Let's Talk About Neurofeedback"
Live from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with Dr. rer. nat. Meike Wiedemann and Veronika Kreitmayr.
The webinar is aimed at therapeutic and health care professionals working in behavioral and psychotherapeutic settings from the fields of (child and adolescent) psychiatry, (neuro)psychology, or occupational therapy, as well as other professional groups.
All participants can ask questions and participate in live discussions via a chat tool.
Participation is free of charge and possible after registration under the following link.
Please be aware that the webinar is held in German language.
Dr. Meike Wiedemann is a neurobiologist. In her research for European space agencies (ESA, DLR, CNES) she investigated the effects of gravitational conditions on the brain. She first encountered neurofeedback in 1995 as part of her university work. Fascinated by the effects, she completed a naturopathic training in order to be able to work with neurofeedback. Since 2002 she runs a neurofeedback practice in Stuttgart. Since 2009 she is active in teaching and leads the training department at BEE Medic. She is author and co-author of several articles and reference books, including the standard work "Praxisbuch Biofeedback und Neurofeedback", published by Springer Medizin Verlag, and "Neurofeedback: Wie eine spielerisch leichte Therapie dem Gehirn hilft, Probleme zu überwinden", published by Kösel Verlag.
Veronika Kreitmayr studied psychology at the University of Vienna. In her professional career, she worked for 12 years as a sports psychologist for the Red Bull Training and Diagnostic Center, where she worked with various neurofeedback approaches. In 2016, she founded her own practice near Salzburg, where she specializes mainly in peak performance, but also mental illness. She also works internationally as a lecturer in neurofeedback and trains colleagues in German and English to work with neurofeedback.