Sunday, October 29, 2017

1st Malaysian International Integrative Healthcare Conference 2017 - Clinical Neurofeedback by Hiro Koo

Thanks the Medical University CUCMS for inviting me to share my knowledge in clinical neurofeedback training with all healers Who come from UK, Australia, India and other Asia Pacific Region countries. I am glad to be part of the experts here to provide effective intervention plans for children with special needs.

Special thanks to my psychology assistant for helping me today.

Title: Clinical Neurofeedback: Brain training for children with special needs  

Human brain can be trained at any age and new neurons are produced throughout our life. The term of neuroplasticity is well accepted nowadays. Clinical Neurofeedback is based on the concept of neuroplasticity that trains the brain like a muscle. Clinical Neurofeedback is the clinical application of EEG Biofeedback method. It can be applied to some diagnosed (mental) conditions such as (ADHD, Autism, Learning Difficulties, Tics Disorder, Mood Issues). Clinical Neurofeedback is a form of tailored to individual needs training procedure used by trained practitioners to optimize various brain functions. This is essentially a way of teaching individuals on how to self-regulate their own brainwaves. It is safe, non-invasive and painless. A case study will be discussed on how Clinical Neurofeedback helps a child who diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder to reduce his autism symptoms and improving executive functioning. Different brainwaves profile of the various disorders will be discussed as well. We will also discuss about how Clinical Neurofeedback can effectively regulate different brainwaves profile of children who diagnosed with ADHD or for those who are having similar brainwaves pattern in order to reduce the undesirable symptoms of ADHD. At last, the heart of the potential of Clinical Neurofeedback to help manage Tourette syndrome and tics disorder will be discussed too.

Keywords:   Tourette syndrome, Tics Disorder, ADHD, Autism, Clinical Neurofeedback

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