2019 Conference Recording – Session 8: Diana Martinez, Ph.D, M.D. The Impact of Neurofeedback on Individuals with Developmental Trauma
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This presentation explores the concept of developmental trauma: how it is different from PTSD; risk factors involved in its’ inception; the neurophysiology involved including potential biomarkers in the EEG and in Event Related Potentials. A randomized control study of the effects of neurofeedback on adults with developmental trauma will be examined, as well as a randomized control study of the effects of neurofeedback on children with developmental trauma.
Learning Objectives – Introductory; participants will be able to;
- Participants will be able to define developmental trauma.
- Participants will be able to list at least three of the parent characteristics that increase a child’s risk for development trauma.
- Participants will be able to list at least five types of trauma that can be involved in developmental trauma.