Developmental Trauma, Dissociation, and Recovery

With Author, Therapist, & Neurofeedback Clinician Sebern Fisher.

In this live webinar series, explore the latest neuroscience research in developmental trauma. We'll discuss how new findings challenge the prevailing belief that dissociation, repression, resistance and regression are primarily psychological defense mechanisms, at least in those with histories of neglect and abuse in childhood. We will instead address them as they are -- habitual firing patterns in the brain that form in response to survival threats early in life. When there are enough fearful stimuli the brain tends to return to its earliest patterns of protection.

The neuroscience of trauma is clearly indicating that we must change these habitual firing patterns in the brain.

Presently the only way we know to do this is with neurofeedback. We will review protocols that help those who have never experienced a sense of self and other to develop this capacity, primarily but not solely through affect regulation. And we will look at how all of this plays out in the therapy relationship, particularly with the “treatment-resistant” patients. We will discuss why these patients need highly skilled therapists who understand the brain dynamics underlying interpersonal ones.​

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How It Works

Improved health is possible using this little-known, non-invasive, painless, pharmaceutical-free form of therapy.

First, attend the Introductory Course, a four-day intensive to get you started in the clinical practice of neurotherapy.

Then, find an EEGer mentor. During this stage you are encouraged to conduct neurofeedback with your family and friends to learn the software.

At last, comfortable assessing clients and tailoring protocols, you can begin to offer neurofeedback as part of your practice.

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What Sets EEGer Apart?

  • Designed with direction by clinicians, researchers, and healthcare providers.
  • Easy and intuitive to use.
  • Active, friendly, knowledgeable community of users.
  • Supports a variety of EEG amplifiers.
  • Highly regarded by experienced practitioners in the field.


About Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is a process of empowering a person to improve brain activity. Using sophisticated measuring equipment, a therapist provides the client with real-time feedback of their own brainwaves. Over the course of several sessions, brain function improves. EEG biofeedback, or neurofeedback, is commonly used to address conditions as varied as anxiety, depression, ADHD, epilepsy, autism, chronic pain, trauma, and to improve peak performance in sports, to name only a few.

Strengths of EEGer

Powerful customization and session-planning tools

Sophisticated filtering and a wide array of feedback modes

Real-time therapist display that allows in-session adjustments

Secure and accessible recording and review of all session data

Acclaimed for its effectiveness in Coherence, AlphaTheta, and a variety of other training modalities

Widely-utilized in double-blind studies, providing robust tools for research

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Mary Ammerman Psy.D., BCN

I love EEGer! It is my favorite neurofeedback system because it is so user friendly. It's easy to explain to clients what you're doing and easy to review their progress. It's a great mirror and self-regulation training tool.

Simon Jarvis

Such a powerful and versatile tool; the clinician-driven development paradigm is so wonderful. I'm very much looking forward to getting started with 4-channel coherence training.

Dr. Susan Davies

I use EEGer in my neurofeedback practice because it is exceptionally well supported by technical and developmental staff. For my neuropsychology practice, EEGer is without question the best neurofeedback software available.

Dean C. Anthony, MA, MSW

I love EEGer! Great tool for my practice.

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