Yesterday in the Rethinking Trauma webinar series, I had a conversation with Sebern Fisher, MA. Sebern is an expert in the use of neurofeedback and has seen tremendous success in implementing this revolutionary technology with patients.
Some of the questions that have come up repeatedly are, “How do I get trained on using neurofeedback with patients? What equipment do I need?”
Because I’m a bit of a techno-phobe myself, I asked Sebern about the training that’s involved and the kind of equipment she uses. And, since so many have asked, I wanted to share what she had to say – check it out below – it’s just about 4 minutes.
It’s important to note, neither Sebern nor I have a financial interest in recommending any particular neurofeedback system over another.
Even though Sebern talked about the system she uses in her practice, there are others versions on the market as well. I would encourage those who are interested in learning more about neurofeedback to do their own research as well.
You can find out more about methods used to treat trauma in our webinar series.
I’d like to hear from you. What interventions have you found most effective in working with trauma patients?
Does the idea of using neurofeedback appeal to you? Why or why not?