210 The Hidden Brain Speaks

Neurofeedback in Clinical Practice

Many clients move in and out of therapy reporting surface changes leaving deeper distress untouched. Join us in exploring how neurofeedback gives us direct access to the underlying nervous system by reflecting the language of the brain back to itself. With a focus on neuroscience, discover how using this direct brain language helps move clients beyond suffering toward a state of genuine wellbeing. Discover how neurofeedback helps: 

  • Improve emotional and physiological regulation within the central nervous system (CNS), the body’s global information coordinator
  • Influence the organizing activity of the CNS, improving mood, focus, energy, and chronic issues such as insomnia and pain
  • Interface with the brains’ patterning of old trauma configured in neural networks, supporting reconfiguration of these past events by harnessing neuroplasticity directly

Clair L. Goldberg, PsyD, BCN, is a psychologist, neurofeedback provider, and trauma expert who integrates psychotherapy, neurofeedback, and body-based therapies. She enjoys sharing her holistic approach with other clinicians through mentoring, consultations, teaching and webinars.  

Ellen Shaw-Smith, LICSW, BCN, a 20-year neurofeedback clinician, is committed to the marriage of neurofeedback and psychotherapy with those challenged by early trauma and significant life stressors. She practices in Western MA, training and mentoring clinicians.  


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