San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 29, 2007
The International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (http://www.isnr.org) is holding its 15th annual conference in San Diego, CA September 6-9, 2007 at the beautiful Town and Country resort. The conference will offer workshops by leading clinicians and researchers in the field of Neuroscience. This year's agenda centers around three critical areas of Neuroscience including; Assessing and Treating Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Using Modern Neuroscience Techniques to Treat Autism. Aside from the many invaluable workshops being offered, there will be several keynote speakers who will touch on both clinical and theoretical Neuroscience applications.
For instance, Dr. Michael Murias, of the University of Washington's CHDD Autism Center, will present his recent findings related to the analysis of neural connectivity in autistic adults.
Neurofeedback training is a proven method of treatment for neurological disorders such as Autism, Depression, Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, Addiction, and Sleep Disorders. In a nutshell, the training is brainwave biofeedback that allows patients to see their brainwaves on a computer screen. By witnessing their brainwave patterns patients can influence and change them, the brain is literally being reconditioned as the brainwave patterns are changed. This cutting edge therapy offers an alternative treatment for brain-related disorders other than medication.
This conference is an educational experience about Neurofeedback and Neuroregulation that is perfectly suited for health professionals, education professionals, researchers, and students. Come and learn from the world's leading researchers and clinicians about groundbreaking innovations in Neuroscience. For more information on Neurofeedback training or to register for the upcoming conference, please visit http://www.isnr.org .