LENS neurofeedback and EMDR therapy: Integrating neurobiology based therapies

Description

The integration of LENS Neurofeedback and EMDR Therapy for Complex PTSD and Attachment Disorders is discussed. Recent research findings supports the AIP model and the notion that EMDR Therapy is a neurobiological based therapy. Similarly, neurofeedback is a neurobiologically based intervention that may forge adaptive associations among neural networks in the brain. It is proposed that the addition of neurofeedback during different trauma treatment phases (stabilization phase, trauma processing, re-integration) aids Adaptive Information Processing by directly intervening at the level of the electrical or frequency domain of brain function. The rationale for the integration of LENS with EMDR Therapy is discussed.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Ulrich F. Lanius
Steven Milstein
Len Ochs

Original Work Citation

Lanius, U. F., Milstein, S., & Ochs, L. (2016, August). LENS neurofeedback and EMDR therapy: Integrating neurobiology based therapies. Presentation at the 21st EMDR International Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN

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Citation

“LENS neurofeedback and EMDR therapy: Integrating neurobiology based therapies,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed February 25, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/23801.

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