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Strategies for Living Podcast with Sebern

This is a link to an interview by David McMillian with Sebern on the Strategies for Living Show http://www.strategiesforliving.com/podcast.php?p=2343

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My Author Facebook Page

My author facebook page is located at: https://www.facebook.com/SebernFisherAuthor

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Select Abstracts: Neurofeedback and Peak Performance

Albert, A. O., Andrasik, F, Moore, J.L & Dunn, B.R. (1998). “Theta/beta training for attention, concentration and memory improvement in the geriatric population.” Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback 23(2): 109. *Angelakis, E., S. Stathopoulou, et al. (2007). “EEG neurofeedback: a brief overview and an example of peak alpha frequency training for cognitive enhancement in the elderly.” […]

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Wounds that time won’t heal: The Neurobiology of Child Abuse

This is my summary of information contained in Teicher, Martin H.  Wounds that time won’t heal: The Neurobiology of Child Abuse.  Cerebrum 2(4):50-67, Fall 2000 issue.  There is much more information in the paper itself. There is a constellation of abnormalities associated with child abuse that is separate from any direct damage to the head.  […]

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FPO2 Protocol Guide

The following article is about using Neurofeedback training on a particular area of the brain located in the area of the skull landmark FPO2. FPO2 is a site that can be used in those cases that indicate an over activation of fear circuitries in the brain, such as in those suffering from developmental trauma, post-traumatic […]

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The Brain Regulated

Interesting you should write at this moment. I have been thinking about this very question. What happens to the structure of mind, of self and of meaning when you deeply regulate the brain. It’s a big question and I doubt that there’s one answer. Emergence and complexity come to mind. I spent last week at […]

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Emergence

I’ve thought about our conversation on “uncovering” or “making” with NF. It’s so deep and fascinating to encounter this and try to find the language best suited to the phenomenology at least as I have experienced it. After some thought, the best concept for me is emergence. NF is neither “making”, nor “uncovering”, it is […]

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Case Study: Joey

Joey is a slender 13 year-old boy, who could be mistaken for ten or eleven, with dark brown hair and large, soft brown eyes. He comes to me diagnosed with PDD NOS, hypotonia of unknown etiology (a “low tone baby”) dyslexia, expressive language disorder, Non Verbal LD, short term memory impairment, fine and gross motor […]

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What is Neurofeedback?

How Brain Training Can Benefit Kids, Families, and Adults

– a YouTube video

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