17 Oct 2019

Bipolar Depression and Neurofeedback

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From:  Biofeedback for the Brain by Paul G. Swingle, Ph.D.

“FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION     

Q:  I have bipolar depression.  Can neurotherapy help?     

A:  Typically with bipolar clients, I find problems in the frontal lobes and usually a slow-frequency deficiency in the back of the brain.  With multiple problematical areas to be corrected, neurotherapeutic treatment requires many sessions.  However, in my experience nuerotherapy has been remarkably successful in treating bipolar depression.”  pg. 156.

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