04 Sep Alpha-Theta Series
Dr. Moshe Perl is back and recorded live!
And he’s brought with him a 13 part series all about Alpha-Theta Neurofeedback!
Do you want to learn about this amazing neurofeedback modality, with a world-class expert, but at you pace? Well, look no further!
This series is an in-depth, comprehensive introduction to Alpha-Theta neurofeedback.
Alpha-Theta neurofeedback – also commonly referred to as the “Peniston Protocol” (in recognition of the ground-breaking research by Dr Eugene Peniston, who achieved an 80% success rate, with 10 year follow-up, in the treatment of alcoholism) – is deep state work, often applied in order to address addictions and PTSD and is also used for peak performance.
Combining Alpha-Theta fairly early with eyes open neurofeedback can, for many clients, improve their ability to remain calm, improve sleep and general well-being, and accelerate emotional healing.
It is often likened to meditation, as alpha-theta states are often achieved through meditative practice.
Topics covered include: historical development, research, Alpha-Theta mechanisms and methodology, clinical applications and experiential practicum.
The presentation was recorded via Zoom as part of a live-online course taught in August, 2020.
For this video-series, we decided to keep the awesome questions that people asked during the live recording of the course, but replace their voices with snazzy title cards.
The 13 Sections are:
4. Alpha Theta and Sleep
5. Training Considerations
6. Bands and thresholds
7. States and abreactions
8. Process overview
9. Typical treatment progression
11. Anxiety and depression
12. Alpha-Theta and EEGer
13. Running the session