V614 NeuroMeditation for Mental Health

Strategies for ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, and PTSD

Meditation is not a one-size-fits-all process. Some styles of meditation activate the brain, while others quiet it down. Some styles are better for managing stress and anxiety, while others are good for increasing concentration or developing empathy. In this workshop, we’ll explore four different styles of meditation and how to match specific practices to the individualized goals and needs of our clients, including those with ADHD, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. You’ll explore:

  • Four different styles of meditation based on the role of attention, intention, brainwave states, and brain regions involved
  • How to select a meditation style based on client’s presenting concerns
  • Introductory approaches to the NeuroMeditation method
  • How to implement research and practical strategies to increase meditation’s effectiveness

Jeff Tarrant, PhD, BCN, is the founder and Director of the NeuroMeditation Institute in Eugene, OR. He’s a licensed psychologist and board certified in neurofeedback. He’s the author of a dozen publications including the book, Meditation Interventions to Rewire the Brain. He also offers preparation and integration support for those working with psychedelic therapies, which includes using neurofeedback-based approaches to assist in the process.

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