Sunday, October 31, 2021

[Publication] The Asia Pacific Journal of Neurotherapy - Case Report: Neurofeedback to deal with Behavior Difficulties


This case report presented a subject, client J who exhibited emotional and behavioral problems which affected his socialization and learning significantly. This client undertook 20 sessions of clinical neurofeedback. The clinical neurofeedback protocols were designed according to a Bottom-up approach with Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG) as a reference. Client J showed significant changes in EEG at the training sites along with changes in problematic behaviors. This finding, while preliminary, suggests that a bottom-up approach may be useful one for designing effective protocols. However, there are other factors likely to have contributed to positive outcomes in this case. In particular, the subject had undertaken early intervention and also participated in other therapies. The parents support and commitment during the period that neurofeedback took place is also likely a significant factor. 


© 2021 Published jointly by ANSA and APNA societies of Australasia and ASEAN Countries. Selected and peer-review by editorial board of Asia Pacific Journal of Neuro therapy (APJNT).

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