Attuned Neurofeedback Articles and Blog
Attuned Neurofeedback and Related Articles
Welcome to Attuned Neurofeedback’s articles and blog page, where you will find a collection of articles to support your Neurofeedback Practice by enhancing your knowledge, understanding and education of neurofeedback and attuned neurofeedback.
Below you can browse and search our articles by topic and author, as well as register for our free monthly Q&A Meeting.
Looking for articles specifically on the fundamentals of neurofeedback? Scroll down to our ‘Let’s Talk Fundamentals’ with Ellen Shaw-Smith, LICSW, BCN and Guests blog to browse this special section of articles created by Ellen and her special guests.
Neurofeedback, in many ways, is like yoga for the brain – it’s a practice where you learn to change your mindset, emotions, brain, etc. In Yoga, you don’t get into postures so you can stay there all day, you get into postures for what you can learn from them and take with you the rest of your day.
Brain activity is a song composed by 86 billion neurons. This song has key refrains, sung time and time again by the 6 key large scale brain networks that weave the melodies of our experiences together from inception to swan song.
Ed Hamlin’s invitation to share my thoughts about our neurofeedback clinical work provoked my own curiosity about how my listening and perceiving has evolved over the years, and what it is I listen and look for.
Let's Talk Fundamentals
with Ellen Shaw-Smith, LICSW, BCN and Guests
Let’s Talk Fundamentals offers reflections on the practice of neurofeedback for those clinicians new to the field as well as for more seasoned providers who enjoy looking at existing concepts in new ways.
My hope is that this blog exchange keeps us fresh in our thinking and understanding, as we collectively contribute to the evolving field of neurofeedback that is only made richer and more robust as more people enter into conversation together.
Early in learning neurofeedback I remember how hit or miss it all seemed in tracking client training effects. Good-enough tracking was my aspiration, without knowing exactly what that was in the midst of the many new skills I was learning.
Free Zoom Orientations
ANF hosts a bi-monthly 60 minute Question and Answer Zoom Meeting at no charge for those interested in becoming clinical neurofeedback providers. Information on your professional license, an educational course of study or relevant work environment is required to attend.