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DR. SWINGLE'S SLEEP,

TRAUMA AND ADHD

HOME-STUDY BUNDLE

APA Continuing Education (CE) Credits granted: 3

This 3-recording home-study bundle provides an introduction to the effective application of neurofeedback in the assessment and treatment of various psychophysiological disorders. These three recordings are appropriate for psychologists, doctors, therapists and any clinicians currently or interested in using neurofeedback with their clients in a therapeutic setting. No prior knowledge of neurofeedback is required, however individuals with a novice to intermediate experience can still greatly benefit from this package. Please note that the ClinicalQ assessment, as designed by Dr. Paul G. Swingle, is the primary tool and method discussed in these recordings on neurofeedback evaluation.

The three recordings included in this home-study package are:
- Dr. Swingle's Attentional Problems in Children Recording
- Dr. Swingle's Neurotherapeutic Treatment of the Sequelae of Emotional Trauma Recording
- Dr. Swingle's Sleep Disorders Recording

At the conclusion of these three home-study recordings, participants will be able to:
- Identify the practical application of the ClinicalQ assessment for neurofeedback evaluation.
- Interpret neurofeedback results from the ClinicalQ assessent, in the identification of attentional issues, ADHD, PTSD, trauma, pseudo-seizures, sleep disorders, and related conditions to the aforementioned disorders.
- Prepare a neurofeedback/neurotherapeutic training plan for the alteration of client brainwaves in order to minimize behavior associated with attentional issues, ADHD, trauma, pseudo-seizures, sleep disorders, and related conditions to the aforementioned disorders.
- Identify adjunctive techniques that enhance the successful results of neurotherapeutic, for the treatment of ADHD, trauma and sleep disorders.

Read below to learn more about the learning objectives and content of each individual recording that is included in the home-study package:

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DR. SWINGLE'S ATTENTION PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN RECORDING
The statistics associated with ADHD are worrisome. For adults with untreated ADHD, the co-morbidity data indicates a rate of depression, mood disorders and anxiety of over 50%, alcoholism and other addictions over 50%, and a 50% greater smoking rate than the general population. In young males (average age 22) a recent study found a 95% greater arrest rate, and a much greater incarceration rate than the general population. When detected at a young age and correctly identified, ADHD is readily treated with neurotherapy. But what about the cases of ADHD misdiagnosis? Treating the wrong condition won’t help the attentional issue, and will often exacerbate the condition and the individual's behavior. Join Dr. Paul G. Swingle as he describes complexities of correctly identifying and treating ADHD and related conditions, with the use of the ClinicalQ neurofeedback assessment.

The content of this recording derives from the following works:
Monastra, V. J., Monastra, D. M., & Geogre, S. (2002). The effects of stimulant therapy, EEG biofeedback and parenting style on the primary symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 27, 231-249.

Swingle, P.G. (2001). Parameters associated with the rapid neurotherapeutic treatment of Common ADD (CADD). Journal of Neurotherapy, 5(4), 73-84.

Swingle, P.G. (2010) Biofeedback for the Brain. New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press.

Swingle, P.G., (2015). Adding neurotherapy to your practice. New York, N.Y., Springer.

Thompson, M., and Thompson, L. (2006) Improving attention in adults and children: Differing electroencephalographic profiles and implications for training. Biofeedback, 34, 99-105.

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DR. SWINGLE'S NEUROTHERAPEUTIC TREATMENT OF THE SEQUELAE OF EMOTIONAL TRAUMA RECORDING
An unfortunate reality of our current world is that an individual's brain alters its electro-chemical activity as a reaction to the long term exposure to negative life experiences. Such traumatic events are varied, potentially including loneliness, being raised by severely depressed parents, daily bullying or abuse over months. People often don't imagine their own experiences as "traumatic" even though the effects for such extended periods of time are visible by brain evaluation. These changes in brain activity are quantifiable with the ClinicalQ neurofeedback assessment.

In this 1-hour home-study recording, Dr. Paul G. Swingle identifies the key markers of the ClinicalQ neurofeedback assessment results for the identification of trauma. This includes the trauma's implication in conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), severe anxiety, sleep disturbances, depression and pseudo-seizures. Attendees will also be exposed the neurotherapeutic approaches Dr Swingle's clinic uses for dealing with the subtleties of these trauma markers, and several client case examples will be reviewed.

The content of this recording derives from the following works:
Arns, M., Gunkelman, J., Olbrich, S., Sander, C., & Hegerl, U. (2010). EEG vigilance and phenotypes in neuropsychiatry: Implications for intervention. In R. Coben & J Evans (Eds.), Neuromodulation and neurofeedback: Techniques and applications (pp. 79-123). New York, NY: Elsevier.

Hammond, D.C., (2005) Neurofeedback with anxiety and affective disorders. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 14, 105-123.

Swingle, P.G. (2010) Biofeedback for the Brain. New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press.

Swingle, P.G., (2015). Adding neurotherapy to your practice. New York, N.Y., Springer.

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DR. SWINGLE'S SLEEP DISORDERS RECORDING
In this 1-hour recording, Dr. Paul G. Swingle discusses the issues relating to sleep and our current, medical understanding of it. He identifies how much of what clinicians, therapists, doctors and psychologists have been traditionally taught about sleep is actually incorrect, and expands into what medical professionals should examine for proper evaluation of their clients' sleep conditions. Dr. Swingle describes the ideal sleep quality architecture all individuals should have. He then identifies the quantifiable markers of EEG brain activity, with the ClinicalQ neurofeedback assessment, that are specific to a client's sleep problems.

The content of this recording derives from the following works:
Billiot, K. M., Budzynski, T. H., & Andrasik, F.(1997). EEG patterns and chronic fatigue syndrome. Journal of Neurotherapy, 2(2), 20-30

Ng, S. C., & Raveendran, P. (2007). EEG peak alpha frequency as an indicator of physical fatigue. In T. Jarm, P. Kramar,& Zupanic (Eds.) Medicon 2007, IFMBE Proceedings 16, pp. 517-520.

Swingle, P.G. (2010) Biofeedback for the Brain. New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press.

Swingle, P.G., (2015). Adding neurotherapy to your practice. New York, N.Y., Springer.





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