ANXIETY AND NEUROFEEDBACK
Presenter: Ingrid Valentin
Dates: May 5th, 2021
Time: 11:00 am Eastern Time (US & Canada), corresponding to 17:00 in Italy & Germany
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness, with over 30% of the population experiencing an anxiety disorder at some point in their life. This is why, as a neurofeedback practitioner, it is essential for you to understand anxiety and the brain. Anxiety is also a transdiagnostic symptom. This means that no matter the exact diagnosis you are working with, chances are you will encounter anxiety as a symptom. For example, anxiety is a common symptom in depression, attention problems, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, addictions, eating disorders... This webinar will help you deepen your understanding and improve your practice with anxiety symptoms and anxiety disorders. It will look at common QEEG findings, the neuroanatomy of anxiety, implications for neurofeedback therapy, and results you can obtain with neurofeedback.
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About Ingrid Valentin
Ingrid Valentin is a certified Neurofeedback practitioner and is finishing her Masterís degree in Clinical Psychology. She holds diplomas in Applied Psychology, Childrenís Psychology, and Medical Neuroscience. Ingrid is co-founder of NeuroVP, a Belgian and Dutch company that now has 6 offices and a remote neurofeedback branch. They provide neurofeedback therapy, QEEG research, and QEEG and neurofeedback trainings in Dutch, French, English and Spanish.