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Listen to “What Parents Should Know About Neurofeedback for ADHD” with David Rabiner, Ph.D. and Ed Hamlin, Ph.D.

In this podcast, David Rabiner, Ph.D., and Edward Hamlin, Ph.D., explain what parents need to know about using neurofeedback to treat ADHD.

An image of a brain represents neurofeedback.

Listen to “What Parents Should Know About Neurofeedback for ADHD” with David Rabiner, Ph.D. and Ed Hamlin, Ph.D.

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David Rabiner and Ed Hamlin discuss what neurofeedback is, how it works, and the results parents should expect.

In this episode:

  • How long neurofeedback has been used to treat ADHD, and the theoretical basis for it
  • The basics of neurofeedback treatment, including its costs and typical duration
  • The results parents should expect to see in children with ADHD
  • Whether neurofeedback should be used alone or in combination with medication and/or behavior therapy
  • The research supporting neurofeedback as a treatment for ADHD
  • Home-based neurofeedback systems and important considerations for trying them

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Listener testimonials:

  • “Thank you for the podcast. As a clinician and an adult with ADHD, I thought the information shared was very thorough and clearly conveyed. “
  • “Thank you! I learned a lot from these two experts”
  • “Excellent presentation that reviews the research behind neurofeedback.”

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