Diana Martinez MD, PhD, LMHC, BCN and Ainat Rogel, PhD, MSW, LICSW, BCN
In these uncertain and crises times, we are all fearful and stressed. However, we know that eventually this pandemic will be over and life will get back to normal (more or less). Sadly, this is not the case for a large class of people, those suffering from developmental trauma (DT), for whom every day is a life of fear, stress and one crisis after another.
So what is DT? Developmental Trauma (DT) or complex childhood trauma has arguably been one of the most important persistent public health challenges in the United States with little improvement. It has a negative impact on mental, physiological, and neurobiological functioning; leads to a lower quality of life and early death; and creates a substantial financial burden for the individuals affected, their families, and the healthcare system as a whole. Moreover, people with DT are often more resistant to traditional therapy.
DT alters and dysregulates brain activities. Neurofeedback training directly addresses these issues making it an essential treatment modality for DT. Our current research on adults and children with DT has shown that neurofeedback training significantly improves executive functioning and emotion regulation, while reducing trauma symptoms. Moreover, these neurological changes can be detected by neuromarkers such as qEEG and ERPs.
This webinar starts with an overview of DT, its outcome and impact; continues with presenting our two researches about Neurofeedback and DT; follows up with implementing them in the clinical settings; and concludes with detecting these neurological changes with qEEG and ERPs.
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Specific Learning objectives:
Based on the content of this presentation, the participant will be able to:
- Identify developmental trauma (DT).
- Incorporate neurofeedback into the clinical setting when working with individuals with DT.
- Identify the impact of DT on qEEG and ERP.
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Diana is a medical doctor with a specialty in Neurorehabilitation. She completed a fellowship in Neurological Rehabilitation from IAHP, Philadelphia, USA in 2006; M.Sc in Neurological Rehabilitation in 2009, Fellowship in Neurophysiology from University Hospital, Cleveland, USA in 2012 and PhD from De Montfort University from Leicester, UK in 2018. She has 15 years of experience treating severe brain injured patients in the United States, Mexico, Spain, Italy, China, Brazil, Colombia and Honduras. She developed, along with other professionals, an integrative intervention to rehabilitate neurological conditions including neurofeedback and other non-invasive brain stimulation techniques. She has experience treating patients with epilepsy, learning disorders, behavioral disorder, mood disorders, sleep disorders, TBI and CP. She has extensive experience in neurophysiology, EEG/qEEG/ERP interpretation. She is the co-founder of Boston Neurodynamics, and a current president of the Mexican society of Bio and Neurofeedback (SMNB).
Ainat Rogel, PhD, MSW, LICSW, BCN
Ainat is the co-founder and co-director of Boston Neurodynamics where she practices neurofeedback, performs and analyzes brain mapping (qEEG). She trains and supervises neurofeedback practitioners and students and give international presentations. She specialized in developmental trauma and PTSD.
Ainat currently serves as the ISNR (International Society of Neurofeedback and Research) Board of Directors Secretary.
Ainat advocates incorporating neurofeedback and biofeedback as part of therapy in general, and in her practice specifically focuses on developmental trauma. She also believes in fundamental and large-scale research studies.
Ainat has a PhD in Computer Science and Neurobiology, a licensed independent clinical social worker, and a BCIA certified neurofeedback provider and supervisor. For many years, she worked as a brain researcher at MIT and Harvard Medical School and in Israel. and Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. Since 2010, she has focused on neurofeedback and was the chief researcher for neurofeedback at the Trauma Center at JRI, where she conducted neurofeedback studies.