Advanced Acclaim

doidge“This is a truly groundbreaking book. Sebern Fisher combines a mastery of neurofeedback with a real knack for applying neuroscience to do nothing less than lay the groundwork for a new, powerful, mind-brain approach to the most serious cases of developmentally-based psychological trauma. Even if you don’t practice neurofeedback, the treasure of precious clinical insights it offers so deepen an appreciation of the brain-mind interaction, that you can’t help but be changed by this book.”
Norman Doidge, MD
author of The Brain that Changes Itself


Marsha Linehan“This is the year, or perhaps the century, of the brain. What more can we ask than to have someone tell us how to change the brain in ways that improve our lives. In this book Sebern Fisher does just that. Over the many years of our many discussions about what works and what doesn’t work in treating mental health problems, she has made a convincing argument that neurofeedback as a direct approach to changing behavioral patterns of the brain is an approach worth putting your money on. A truly wonderful, clinically insightful book.”
Marsha M. Linehan, PhD
Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry and Director of the Behavioral Research and Therapy Clinics, University of Washington


Ruth Lanius“This book illustrates the masterful use of neurofeedback in psychotherapy for developmental trauma disorders. A must-read for all clinicians involved in the treatment of trauma spectrum disorders!”
Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD
Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Research Unit, University of Western Ontario


“I am really enjoying reading your superb book” with her broken leg!
Lori Haskell