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Neurofeedback Community Meeting
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Topic:  Learn about Neurofeedback and Coping Strategies During the Pandemic

Speaker: Annette Bradshaw, Registered Psychotherapist

This is a re-schedule of our Community Meeting originally scheduled for March 31, 2021, which did not occur due to technical difficulties. 

About Neurofeedback:

Neuroscience shows that the brain and central nervous system is the source of many symptoms affecting our mental and physical health.  Neurofeedback is biofeedback for the brain, also referred to as brain-training.  Through this training your brain will gain flexibility and stability leading to self-regulation.  Achieving this can reduce symptoms of:stress, anger, anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, trauma, and more.

Neurofeedback has been used by many clinicians internationally for a long time, with proven results. It has been researched and applied to: PTSD, developmental trauma, depression, OCD and achieve optimal performance. – Source: annettebradshaw.com

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May Community Meeting: learn about neurofeedback & coping strategies during the pandemic

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May 5
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm