Susan Shor Fehmi, L.C.S.W.Science has developed many ways to observe the functioning of the brain. One of those ways is by observing brain wave activity, which can be measured and even controlled. But what controls brain waves? Open Focus is an attention training model. It describes the behavior of attention, how it orchestrates brain wave activity, and the ways in which we can have conscious control over this behavior. At the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to understand the various attention styles and how they manipulate brain waves, as well as being able to practice Open Focus attention on themselves and/or their clients.
Level: Beginners will feel comfortable in this course as well as more advanced.
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Fees: Webinar fee is $45 for all ISNR members. The fee for non-members is $60. Space is limited, so register early!
- CE credits will NOT be offered for this webinar.
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Susan Shor Fehmi, L.C.S.W.
Susan Shor Fehmi, L.C.S.W. received her Master’s degree from Columbia University. She is currently the Director of the Princeton Biofeedback Centre, LLC in Princeton, N.J. where she combines the teaching of Open Focus™ training with multi-channel, phase synchrony neurofeedback. She is interested in combining traditional psychodynamic psychotherapy with the skills of Open Focus and Synchrony Training. She, along with Les Fehmi, Ph.D. are co-authors of several peer-reviewed journal articles and of an upcoming book, The Open Focus Life to be published in Summer 2021.