Developmental Trauma, Psychosis and Neurofeedback

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Developmental Trauma, Psychosis and Neurofeedback

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This online seminar will inform you about developments in neuroscience that enable us to assess and treat brain dysregulation due to developmental trauma, which has been shown to be a major contributor to the development and severity of psychosis.

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  • Learn about developments in neuroscience that enable us to assess and treat brain dysregulation due to developmental trauma
  • Created for the general public, leaders of public services, and mental health clinicians
  • Presented by four experts in the field of Neurofeedback