Personalised Brain training for mind and soul
Neurofeedback training is a fast-growing complementary therapy approach. Daniel Webster of Neurofeedback London-Brighton provides consultations to clinicians looking to enter the field and those seeking further insights into the most advanced neurofeedback technologies.
One-on-one or group sessions can be tailored to proficiency and interest specificity, including the following topics:
– The Human Brain: Overview of cortical functions by Brodmann Area and how we can train these
– Neurofeedback Training Overview – Applications, Process and Case Studies
– Specific Neurofeedback Training Modalities –
+ ILF / The Othmer Method
+ qEEG-brain Map based Default Network Training
Daniel Webster has trained extensively with Sue and Siegfried Othmer in Los Angeles, and David Kaiser in Monrovia. He practices neurofeedback training with both ILF and Default Network Training modalities, specialising in autism and schizophrenia, as well as their comorbidities.
Consultations can be scheduled with Daniel – phone +44 (0)7966699430 or email email@example.com
The Science of Compassion is dedicated to helping clinicians and care providers feel a sense of achievement in their work; increase their sense of fulfilment; and be energised by their work.
This makes contributing to helping people who need care a sustainable process.
Modern researchers define compassion as having 4 components:
(Jinpa, 2012; Jazaieri et al., 2016)
• 1. Noticing another’s suffering (cognitive/attentional component)
• 2. Empathically feeling the other person’s pain (affective component)
• 3. Wishing or desiring to see relief of that suffering (intentional component)
• 4. Responding or acting to help ease or alleviate that suffering (motivational component)
Compassion Satisfaction is defined as:
• A positive sentiment the provider experiences when able to empathetically connect and feel a sense of achievement in the careproviding process.
• Increased sense of self-efficacy and fulfilment in helping work
• Invigorated in the work and energized further to contribute to helping people who need care.
(Stamm, 2002; Stamm, 2010; Slatten et al., 2011; Zeidner & Hadar, 2014)
The video below provides a technical understanding of EEG and qEEG. As with much of the relevant literature, there is a ‘so what’ factor – what does this mean for me as a clinician?
Daniel’s courses and consultations bring theory into the realm of relevance and understandability. Personalised Brain Training and Kaiser Neuromaps provide simple, clear and meaningful outputs.