Neurofeedback Panel: From Treatment to Optimal Performance

2000 E Asbury Ave

2000 E Asbury Ave · Denver, CO

How to find us

Sturm Hall, Room 451 - Lecture Hall

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Interested in how neurofeedback can heal you, enhance your therapy / medical practice, or change your life? Are you knowledgeable about neurofeedback but want to amplify your understanding? A biohacker looking to expand their conscious awareness?

Join us Wednesday, October 30th at 6:30pm for a discussion panel featuring leading experts on brain optimization, treatment, and performance training!

Purchase tickets available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/neurofeedback-panel-from-treatment-to-optimal-performance-tickets-71940188039

$15 in advance, $20 at the door (proceeds to DU Consciousness Technologies Club)

Students free w/ID

Sliding scale available

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback that uses real-time displays of brain activity to teach self-regulation of brain function. Neurofeedback research has shown dramatic improvements in focus, memory, mood, pain, anxiety disorders, sleep, and other aspects of our reality.

From training top athletes around the world, to recovering cognitive abilities post-traumatic brain injury, to reducing the use of pharmaceuticals, and even lessening the frequency of seizures - we have yet to find the limits of how neurofeedback can improve our lives.

This panel is ideal for anyone who may be interested in personal development, professionals who want to evaluate it for their own practice, developers and engineers who want to learn more about neurofeedback, as well as those who are looking to explore the newest of cutting edge brain technology built on decades of research and practice.

Moderator:

Dr. Shawn Caldwell
Owner: NeuraPerformance, Denver Sports Recovery, Caldwell Chiropractic
Pro sports chiropractor

Shawn has deep experience in both the highest end of optimal performance training, and in the treatment of clinical and neurological conditions. He is a chiropractor for the Broncos, Nuggets, Rockies, the Colorado School of Mines, and for the Steadman Hawkins orthopedic clinic. He founded Denver Sports Recovery and NeuraPerformance, where he currently serves as clinical director.

Panelists:

Dr. Philip Kragel
Research Associate at CU-Boulder

Dr. Kragel is a research associate at the Institute for Cognitive Sciences at the University of Colorado at Boulder. His publications focus on computational neuroscience, neural networks, and emotion and cognition using fMRI neuroimaging. He earned his PhD in Psychology and Neuroscience, a Master's of Engineering Management, and a BSE in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University.

Joe Castellano, LPCC, MA, QEEG-T BCN
Founder of Alpine Neurotherapy

Joe is an entrepreneur, neurotherapist, former tech recruiting executive based in Boulder, CO. He founded Alpine Neurotherapy after working for a number of the top neurofeedback practices in the front range. Joe earned his BS in Sport Psychology at the University of Utah, and his MA in Somatic Psychotherapy from Naropa University.

Kerri Honaker, MS, MA, LPC, BCIA
Director/Owner, NeuroAgility P.C.
Director, BoulderTMS

Kerri is the founder and owner of NeuroAgility, an Attention and Performance Psychology practice in Boulder, CO. She is also the Business Development and Operations Director for BoulderTMS, a transcranial magnetic stimulation practice focused on treatment-resistant depression. She is a LPC, who earned a MS in Counseling and Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University, a MA in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University.

Host:

Tim Harvey
Global Product Manager

Tim discovered NFB in 2012, after 7 years of taking Adderall daily for ADHD symptoms - 10 hours of EEG training, and he hasn't taken ADHD medications since. He holds a BS in Cognitive Neuroscience from DU, and a M.Eng (Mgmt) from CU-Boulder.

Discussion questions:
- How can the use of NFB expand to create more positive improvements in people's lives?
- What's the difference between therapeutic and optimal performance training? What's the role of normative databases?
- Q&A