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Neuromodulation and Interventions for Trauma in the Time of Coronavirus - 2021 NRBS Online Conference

22-23 JAN 2021 

TBC

ONLINE

This year we would like to invite you to join our friends at Northeast Region Biofeedback Society (NRBS) for their 46th Annual International Conference on January 22-23, 2021.  This VIRTUAL conference will be on Neuromodulation and Interventions for Trauma in the Time of Coronavirus.

 

Together with our experts, we will focus on the latest research into the effects of trauma on the body and the brain, as well as psychophysiological interventions. We will learn about neurological and physiological underpinnings of trauma symptoms and discuss how therapeutic interventions can positively impact those with a history of trauma.

 

We have some amazing speakers presenting on a wide range of subjects relating to trauma. Speaking at the conference will be:

 

👉 Sebern Fisher, MA, LMH, BCN

👉 Jay Gunkleman, QEEG-D 

👉 Bessel van der Kolk, MD

👉 Ruth Lanius MD, PhD, FRCPC

👉 Roseann Capanna-Hodge Ed.D. BCN LPC

👉 Mary Lee Esty LCSW-C, Ph.D. BCN, BC

👉 Lark Eshelman, PhD

 

View Conference Brochure

 

 

Sign up by Wednesday Jan. 13th and attend 1 Pre-Conference Lecture for FREE!

 

PRE-CONFERENCE LECTURE & OPEN DISCUSSION:

Andrea Muller, PhD

Biomarkers in Diagnostics & Treatment of ADHD [1 CE]

Recording Available

 

Juri Kropotov, PhD

ERP-Based Biomarkers for Diagnosis & Prognosis of Neuromodulation Protocols in Clinical Practice [1 CE]

Recording Available

 

Bernhard Wandernoth

ILF Neurofeedback for Trauma: A European Perspective [1 CE]

December 3, 2020

 

Debi Silber, PhD

How an Unhealed Betrayal is Impacting Your Health, Work & Relationships [1 CE]

December 10, 2020

 

Lark Eshelman, PhD

Expanding the Healing for Children! Integrating families into Sessions to Maximize Resilience-Building [1 CE]

January 7, 2021

 

Pre-Conference Lectures are from 12-1 EST. Can't make it? Recordings will be available.

 

 

We hope to see you all there! Please feel free to contact support@nrbs.org if you have any questions.