DR. SWINGLE GRAND
ROUNDS RECORDING -
This 1-hour session of the Swingle Grand Rounds is a "mixed bag" of different clinical profiles.
The case details are:
Case 1: a 17 year old male; a heavy alcohol user with a history of marijuana use (but has supposedly since stopped). He is also extremely intelligent and high functioning, however he does terribly in school. He was originally brought to the clinic due to witnessing heavy interpersonal violence between his mother and father, as well as experiencing it himself with his father.
Case 2: a 61 year old male who's biggest complaint is that he cannot stay awake through a movie and he cannot read for more than 5 minutes without falling asleep. He is thought to be a traumatized artist, and much of his personal life is spent taking care of his elderly mother.
To the difficulty of the clinician, when he tries neurofeedback in the clinic, he falls asleep very quickly during the session.
Case 3: a woman in her 40s, who is a confirmed traumatized artist. She contracted a dengue-like virus that is transferred by mosquitoes, and the clinician is wondering if that is visible in the ClinicalQ assessment.
Case 4: a 16 year old girl, who is also a traumatized artist.
Case 5: a 19 year old female that has already undergone 15 neurotherapeutic treatment sessions. The clinician has noted that she enjoys too much 'zoning-out' into her own little world. She seems to have regressed to being more childlike and dependent around her mother.
Included in the discussions are:
- why bribery does not work for getting a reluctant young adult to show up for treatment.
- getting through to someone on changing their 'core emotional' belief'.
- how to deal with a client that falls asleep during the session.
- de-blunting of Alpha at CZ and O1.
The opinions included in this session recording are those of the presenter and participants, and not of the BFE.