SLOW CORTICAL POTENTIALS (SCP)
FOR ANXIETY - RECORDING
This 30-minute recording is an excerpt from one session of the Anxiety Disorders Grand Rounds, with Linda Walker, where the use of slow cortical potentials (SCPs) is discussed from the perspective of clinical application for an individual with anxiety. The session includes in-depth explanations of how SCPs differ from normal EEG training, how the training & feedback functions, the subject's mental state and how to make this training a success.
This session describes slow cortical potentials while referencing Thought Technology's Slow Cortical Potentials software suite.
For those who are interested in the full Fall Series of the Anxiety Disorders Grand Rounds recordings, in which this sessions is also included, please follow this link:
Note: All views expressed in the sessions are solely those of the presenters and participants and not those of the BFE.
Linda Walker – MHR, LCP; As a licensed professional counselor, school counselor, and neurofeedback practitioner, Ms. Walker holds a master’s degree in Human Relations and Counseling from the University of Oklahoma and post graduate certificates in substance abuse and school counseling from Western Michigan University. She integrates a variety of methods, including biofeedback and neurofeedback, in her practice working with a general population, but has spent much of her time focusing on young offenders, recovering substance abusers and trauma survivors, both in public and private sector in Michigan.