NEUROFEEDBACK, ADD AND ADHD
Presenter: Ingrid Valentin, BSc
Close to 10% of US children will be diagnosed with an attention disorder at some point in their life. Apart from attention disorders, many children and adults experience subclinical attention problems. Attention is also a crucial element of cognitive functioning. This is why, as a neurofeedback practitioner, it is essential for you to understand attention and the brain. No matter the exact diagnosis you are working with, chances are you will encounter attention difficulties as a symptom. For example, attention problems are a common symptom in depression, anxiety, PTSD, conduct problems…This webinar will help you deepen your understanding and improve your practice with attention problems and disorders. It will look at common QEEG findings, the neuroanatomy of attention, implications for neurofeedback therapy, and results you can obtain with neurofeedback.
- Learn the relationship between QEEG deviations and attention problems.
- Learn the difference between attention disorders and attention problems as a transdiagnostic symptom.
- Learn about important brain areas involved in attention.
All views expressed in the recording are solely those of the presenter and participants.
About Ingrid Valentin, BSc
Ingrid Valentin has a BSc in Applied Psychology and has been working with neurofeedback since 2013.In 2017, along with Philippe Pascal, she founded the company NeuroVP, which now counts 5 offices, aremote neurofeedback branch and 9 colleagues.NeuroVP provides between 200 and 300 neurofeedback sessions every week. Ingrid specializes in QEEG and neurofeedback for anxiety disorders and attention issues.