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Host Dr. Flowers, Co-Host Robin French and VIP Guest Karen Odell-Barber discuss the link between the wiring of the brain, mental health and behavioral medicine. Karen explains the process and the benefits of completing a brain mapping. She tells the audience about working with NASA as well as NFL players. Karen also discusses the link between brain injuries and addiction.
Karen Odell-Barber speaks with Faces of TBI founder, Amy Zellmer, about her personal experience with Traumatic Brain Injury. She shares information about the struggles that can result from head injuries, including learning differences, that are sometimes misdiagnosed. Karen also explains that there is a connection between head injuries and addiction. And she talks about how Neurologics can use its best-in-class technology to assess and remediate the deficits caused by concussions in athletes.
Neurologics, announced today that they have partnered with Transcend Recovery Community, whose family of programs includes the transformative outpatient programs of The Heights in California and Texas, their highly-structured and supportive sober living and transitional living communities located in Los Angeles, Houston and New York, and Transcend Mentoring, which is their national peer-to-peer case management program.
Neurologics, an innovative company that applies proprietary software technology to remediate and permanently improve brain function, has announced the appointment of Howard Dell to its Board of Advisors.
Cripe, C., ( 2014) Chapter 6, Psychology’s New Design Science: Theory and Research, (Eds.) S. Imholz and J. Sachter, Univ of Illinois/Common Ground Publisher. “Neuroengineering – Brain Recovery Methods – Applied to Substance Abuse Recovery”
2006- “The Healing Power of Neurofeedback” by Stephen Larsen – Curtis Cripe, Chapter 5 “Healing the Mind of Childhood: Cerebral Palsy, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADD/ADHD, and Learning Disabilities”
This paper was commissioned by the Board of the International Society of Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR) to evaluate the evidence-base of neurofeedback (NFB) to treat Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the most frequently diagnosed pediatric behavioral health disorder in America