Neurofeedback with Katie Packwood
The brain is like a very powerful computer, and if some of the electrical signals aren't functioning properly, then it can override the system. There are ways to test which signals are working or not, and this is where the power of neurofeedback comes in.
Neurofeedback gives a practitioner the ability to map your brain and see which brain waves are overworking or underworking. By utilizing this map, the practitioner is able to create protocols to help reorganize the way the brain is functioning. This process is what Katie discusses in this episode of Neurofeedback with Katie Packwood!
1:20 – Katie's battle with Alopecia
3:30 – How many people suffer from Alopecia
5:10 – Mercury having an impact on the Alopecia
7:10- What lead to introducing neurofeedback into Katie's practice
9:08 – What is neurofeedback?
10:55 – Neurofeedback protocols follow the clients' needs, not a standardized protocol
11:55 – Conditions to use neurofeedback on
13:48 – Neurofeedback helps people to become regulated, therefore it can help many conditions
15:07 – Seems like everyone could benefit from neurofeedback
16:56 – The length of a neurofeedback session
18:37 – Using essential oils from meoenergetics to help improve brain function
20:10 – Is the brain getting tired from neurofeedback due to the “training” it goes through?
21:10 – What does the brain mapping process look like?
25:30 – Utilizing movies as a way to stimulate the brain
26:17 – Signs it is time to progress the protocol
28:28 – Different types of brain waves
28:50 – Are neurofeedback practitioners easy to find?
30:20 – The problem with “scientific studies”
32:30 – The advantage of being a “multi-practitioner” and having the ability to connect more areas within the body
33:50 – Using neurofeedback with veterans
37:30 – Do you think that veterans have the chance to change their brains back to pre-war?
38:40 – Would testing war-type movies with a veteran be a good idea to see what areas of the brain are stressed?
39:53 – Where can people find more information about you and neurofeedback?
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