Dr. Swingle will address how conditions often considered untreatable by conventional health practitioners respond positively to neurotherapeutic treatment.
(PRWEB) April 9, 2010
In an upcoming webinar sponsored by the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe, Vancouver based psychologist Dr. Paul G. Swingle will discuss the use of Neurotherapy in treating clients suffering from depression. This naturalistic method is based on the idea that we can control our brain activity and that, through training, the brain can learn to modify its own electrical patterns for more efficient processing or to overcome various states of dysfunction.
As outlined in his latest book, Biofeedback for the Brain, Dr. Swingle will describe in clear and coherent language how these procedures work. Using actual case examples, participants can follow the progress of clients from the initial "brain map" that shows the location and severity of the neurological abnormalities to the various stages of treatment. Dr. Swingle will address how conditions often considered untreatable by conventional health practitioners respond positively to neurotherapeutic treatment. He will describe many of these remarkable recoveries.
He will also demonstrate his QuickQ & BrainDryvr method and how it is used. Topographic EEG reports combined with the QuickQ assessment are shown. Reported case studies show how the brainwaves change over time with Dr. Swingle's psychoneurophysiologic therapy.
The webinar is open to health care professionals as well as anyone interested in learning more about this remarkable health care alternative that offers millions of individuals a chance for healing.
Other topics to be presented as part of this webinar series are:
September 2010 - Attention & Learning Disorders
November 2010 - Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue & Anxiety Disorders
Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D., is a Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association and was a Lecturer in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School from 1991 to 1998. Professor Swingle was Chairman of the Faculty of Child Psychology at the University of Ottawa from 1972 to 1977, and Clinical Supervisor from 1987 to 1997. He has also taught at McGill University, Dalhousie University and McMaster University. He is a Registered Psychologist in British Columbia and is (BCIA) Certified in Biofeedback and Neurotherapy. Since 1997 he has been in a private practice in Vancouver, British Columbia. His most recent book, "Biofeedback for the Brain" (2008), was published by Rutgers University Press and has just been released in paperback.
The Biofeedback Foundation of Europe is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide health professionals worldwide with a greater understanding of how biofeedback training can enhance their ability to care for patients. Using an innovative approach to sharing knowledge, we aim to inspire continued growth in this rapidly expanding field.