6 edition of Clinical applications of biofeedback found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Robert J. Gatchel, Kenneth P. Price.|
|Series||Pergamon general psychology series ; v. 75|
|Contributions||Gatchel, Robert J., 1947-, Price, Kenneth P., 1947-|
|LC Classifications||RC489.B53 C55 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|ISBN 10||0080229786, 0080229778|
|LC Control Number||78026959|
This study complements other research and highlights the fact that biofeedback enabled applications offer a potential solution to the demand for efficient, low cost, and stigma-reducing interventions in the treatment of stress (Litz and Salters-Pedneault, ). Future research may look to test the applications outside of the laboratory. A practical guide to the clinical use of biofeedback, integrating powerful mindfulness techniques. A definitive desk reference for the use of peripheral biofeedback techniques in psychotherapeutic settings, backed by a wealth of clinical research Introduces mindfulness and acceptance techniques and shows how these methods can be incorporated into biofeedback practice Step-by-step instructions.
This book introduces specific techniques, related equipment and necessary training for the clinical practitioner. Sections focus on treatment for specific disorders and which individual techniques can be used to treat the same disorder and examples of application and the . Clinical biofeedback training is growing increasingly popular in the USA, as many people are seeking out relatively new approaches to healthcare. This article provides an overview of clinical biofeedback training, outlines two models of training, details research which has established how effective biofeedback is in patients with a given.
For biofeedback practitioners and trainees, this is the definitive desk reference for the use of peripheral biofeedback techniques in clinical psychotherapeutic settings. Appropriate for practitioners and students trained in biofeedback techniques, this handbook serves as a tool to help practitioners apply biofeedback in the clinical setting. It is the much awaited clinical teaching manual that complements our own book, Biofeedback Mastery- An Experiential Teaching and Self-Training Manual.—Professor Erik Peper, San Francisco State University. This book has it all! It a remarkably comprehensive, clearly-written, practical guide to all the ins and outs of biofeedback.
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A biofeedback instrument measures the amount of electricity conducted through the skin. This chapter begins with a brief review of physiology of SC and biofeedback instrument measurement. It then defines some relevant terms such as tonic level, also referred to as skin conductance level (SCL), and phasic change, also referred to as skin.
As is obvious from the contents of this present book, behavioral medicine encompasses much, much more than biofeedback. However, as pointed out by Blanchard (), biofeedback is one important aspect of behavioral medicine. Much of behavioral medicine is concerned with changing gross, observable behavior.
The book describes how to perform z Score Neurofeedback, as well as research indicating its effectiveness for a variety of disorders including pain, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, PTSD, ADHD, TBI, headache, frontal lobe disorders, or for cognitive enhancement.
Today's vigorous EEG biofeedback movement, or neurotherapy movement, provides examples of the diversity of today's clinical biofeedback: Many substance abuse therapists apply Eugene Peniston's treatment protocol for training recovering alcoholics to produce higher magnitudes of alpha and theta brain activity, while utilizing imagery techniques for self-transformation and rehabilitation (Peniston &.
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