ADHD and Comorbidities: Neurofeedback combined with Heart Rate Variability Training is Effective 

Level: Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced, All
Length: 1 hour
Originally recorded on 10/4/2019

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What's included?

Learning Objectives:

Based on the content of this presentation, the participant will be able to:
  • List and describe appropriate assessment tools.
  • State what the most common EEG findings are in ADHD.
  • Outline the contributions of assessment measures to the prescription of treatment interventions.
  • Describe the EEG signatures associated with anxiety and ruminations.
  • State a method for increasing SMR in patients who are hyperactive and impulsive.
  • Outline 3 neuroanatomical components of either a ventral or dorsal attention network.
Meet the instructor

Lynda M. Thompson PhD & Michael G. Thompson, BSc, MD

Lynda Thompson, PhD is a psychologist who has done teaching, clinical psychology, school psychology and owned learning centers. She became Executive Director of The ADD Centre in Toronto in 1993 and has specialized in neurofeedback and biofeedback for the last quarter century. Her doctoral dissertation (1979) dealt with hyperactive children treated with methylphenidate. She is co-author with William Sears of The A.D.D. Book: New Understandings, New Approaches to Parenting Your Child (1998) and with Michael Thompson of The Neurofeedback Book (2003, 2015), has authored and co-authored numerous chapters and papers, and presented on a range of topics including ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, stress management, postconcussion syndrome, Parkinson’s Disease, and epilepsy. She is co-recipient with Michael Thompson of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Biofeedback Federation of Europe (2010) and the Distinguished Scientist Award from the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (2016). She was awarded Fellow status by the ISNR in 2005 and by the AAPB in 2019.
Patrick Jones - Course author
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