These are some interesting books, links and media relating to neurofeedback/brain training
A Symphony in the Brain is an excellent account of the history and application of neurofeedback by science writer Jim Robbins.
Healing Young Brains is a very user-friendly book exploring how neurofeedback and other interventions can alleviate many childhood concerns.
Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: Calming the Fear-Driven Brain shows how neurofeedback training can help with people who have suffered through abuse, neglect, abandonment and other developmental traumas.
American Academy of Pediatrics has elevated Biofeedback to a Level 1 Best Support Intervention for Attention & Hyperactivity Behaviors (11/12) (Neurofeedback is EEG Biofeedback)
A review of 14 studies regarding the effects of neurofeedback on the treatment of ADHD resulted in the authors’ endorsement of neurofeedback as a Level 3 Probably Efficacious intervention for attention based disorders. Journal of Attention Disorders, November 16, 2011 DOI: 10.1177/1087054711427530
NeurOptimal® and Aphasia – A Case Study – The before/after footage I produced as part of my NeurOptimal Research Conference presentation May 3, 2016.
NeurOptimal® – Do It For The Kids
NeurOptimal® trainers sharing their experiences.
Austin NeurOptimal® Trainers at Headway Health shared these client’s stories
A dramatic comeback from severe traumatic brain injury using NeurOptimal®
One young man’s journey through ADHD with neurofeedback (Cygnet system, not NeurOptimal®)
An Australian child’s long term success controlling unbridled anger and ADHD (not NeurOptimal®)
A webinar I gave to fellow NeurOptimal® trainers about a study my son and I did on how NeurOptimal® works to enhance focus and attention.
A very interesting study on how neurofeedback can reverse the cognitive problems caused by Chemotherapy (“Chemo-brain”). And author and NeurOptimal colleague Jean Alvarez’ video about it.
An amazing infographic on the plasticity of the human brain, courtesy of Alta Mira Recovery (click to enlarge)
The ISNR Archives Holds an exhaustive compilation of neurofeedback research articles, and is broken down by symptoms alphabetically, from anxiety to withdrawal.