Aח interview wіtһ four families dealing wіtһ tһе challenges οf raising a child wіtһ autism. Yου′ll аƖѕο hear frοm Susan аחԁ Siegfried Othmer – pioneers іח tһе neurofeedback field; Nora Gedgaudas – a clinician іח oregon; аחԁ Karima Hirani, аח MD specializing іח work wіtһ Autism.

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9 Responses to “Neurofeedback and Autism – What is Neurofeedback?”
  1. PinkPunkyKat says:

    Pseudoscience

  2. DoctorClarity says:

    Beautiful vid.

    Thanks for putting this out there.

  3. Lavinco says:

    Where does a parent of an autistic child find a Neurofeedback center?

  4. MrsCricket says:

    I am Eric’s mom, and I can’t even begin to say how much it has helped Eric. Like DMcArnold’s son, Eric was lost in public school. Now he is flourishing.

  5. krunyon1 says:

    Susan Othmer, Michelle is not featured but she could have been. I want you to know she continues to thrive. She is happy, social and an honor student in middle school. Doing feedback 10 years ago changed her whole life. THANK YOU!!! Kate Runyon

  6. BarbaraHanna2 says:

    Exqusitely done. Hearing the Othmer’s story is so moving. thanks for your authenticity and dedication that has made neurofeedback available to the rest of us. BHanna

  7. drlizharris says:

    My son with Asperger’s has also been helped by the Othmer’s neurofeedback, as shown in this wonderful video.

  8. DMcArnold says:

    This video accurately reflects our family’s experience with neurofeedback. At age 8, my autistic son was too out-of-control to be accepted by any local schools. After neurofeedback, he is off all medications and performing well in regular classes at our neighborhood school.

  9. mctherapy123 says:

    Touching and sensitive, a hopeful message for families with autism.

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