Comment on “Neurofeedback Overtraining and the Vulnerable Patient”

  • Len Ochs

Abstract

Instead of looking at impediments to neurofeedback treatment successes as indicative of client vulnerabilities, understanding client sensitivity, hardiness, reactivity, and behavioral suppression, the therapist can better predict the course of treatment, provide an enhanced basis for continuous informed consent, and reframe self-perceived deficits as validation of patient talents. A self-report questionnaire is appended.
Published
2016-09-06
Section
CLINICAL CORNER