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Approaching the back of the Head; Beta reset protocol

Sebern Fisher

This presentation is an introduction of a new protocol, its implications and its use with different disorders. Beta reset protocol was used successfully to treat refractory PTSD and refractory migraines, with clients that did not respond well to other protocols. Few case vignettes will be used to describe the treatment process.

Recorded: 14th - 15th of August 2010
Annual conference of The Applied Neuroscience Society of Australia
Brain Health in the 21st Century (evidence Based & emerging neurotechnologies)

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Sebern Fisher

Sebern Fisher is a psychodynamic psychotherapist with a primary interest in the importance of secure attachment throughout the life span. She incorporated neurofeedback into her clinical practice in 1997. Emerging theory in all schools of psychotherapy is focused on the importance of affect regulation. After more than ten years of work with neurofeedback, Sebern has come to believe that the single most important contribution of neurofeedback is regulation of affect, and further that the most important affect to regulate is fear. In pursuit of this, she discovered the site FPO2, “the gateway to the amygdala”, in 1999, and uses it specifically to quiet fear and reactivity. Sebern was the Clinical Director of a residential treatment centre for severely disturbed adolescents for twelve years, where she implemented the first milieu DBT program in the US. She has a private practice in Northampton, Massachusetts, working primarily with PTSD, personality disorders and attachment. She has published on neurofeedback in the Psychotherapy Networker and in the International Journal of Consultation and Behaviour Therapy and has a chapter in the 2nd edition of An Introduction to Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback. Sebern speaks nationally and internationally on psychotherapy, attachment and neurofeedback and on trauma and recovery, and on integrating psychotherapy and neurofeedback.

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