The Trauma Research Foundation recognizes neurofeedback as one of the tools that can help to rewire a physiological system that has become dysregulated as a result of trauma. In the practice of neurofeedback, trained clinicians connect a client to a computer interface that reads brain waves and helps clients to change their brain waves while interacting with treatment programs. Although this method has been available since the early 1960s, the clinical work of Sebern Fisher, and the research of Drs. Ruth Lanius and Bessel van der Kolk have helped us to understand how neurofeedback can help those who have suffered from trauma.
That is why we are dedicated to helping clinicians integrate leading-edge research on PTSD and developmental trauma with clinical practice through global training and education.
The methods taught in this program interface with other therapeutic modalities to provide a means to help clients calm and stabilize their nervous systems as they heal from trauma.