All of us know what it is to have a long-term client who isn’t able to make the necessary changes to be successful -- in spite of a lot of therapy.
Often, this client is going over the same thought processes repeatedly because they have suffered a trauma and their brains are wired in such a way that it doesn’t allow them to change.
We all know the frustrations of tweaking our therapeutic approach - and still not making headway.
Biofeedback is proven to help change by obtaining information about a person's physiology and puts the power in the hands of clients. Why would you include this in your practice? You gain a way to work with the client other than talk therapy only - and biofeedback is especially effective with clients that are stuck, or have worked with multiple therapists without success.
Because the mind-body connection is as an important aspect of clients’ well-being, we are increasingly seeking techniques to improve that connection - and science is recognizing that ADHD, PTSD, anxiety /depression have physiological connection.
Therapists who offer this, and other electronic interfaces, offer their clients methods to gain better control over their brain function, physiological responses, and hence; their emotional regulation.
Join long-term psychotherapist and biofeedback expert Angelika Sadar, M.A., and participate in hands-on learning, demonstrations and leave with the skills to add integrate biofeedback into your practice.
This online program is worth 6.5 hours CPD.
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Angelika Sadar, MA, BCN, is a licensed psychologist who is certified in clinical hypnosis and is credentialed by the United States Tennis Association as a Specialist in Sports Psychology. She has been in private practice over 20 years and has extensive experience with children, adolescents and adults. She has been a biofeedback provider, trained by EE G Spectrum, since 2002, using high performance training programs that were designed in conjunction with NASA as well as other computer-assisted training programs that are used to alleviate behaviors associated with anxiety, depression, AD HD and other concerns. In recent years, she has specialized in working with high performance athletes, including professional tennis players. For 10 years she was the official sports psychologist for the Philadelphia Freedoms professional tennis team, and consults to the USTA High Performance Committee. Not only does Angelika coordinate the treatment at Sadar Psychological and Sports Center, she has been the executive director for the Northeast Region Biofeedback Society since 2013. She also is a nationally recognized speaker providing education and offering training to other professionals in neurofeedback, biofeedback, and hypnosis. Angelika has been invited to present at international conferences on biofeedback and has trained school districts, professional sports teams and a wide variety of clinical patients who have had concerns about anxiety management.
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