Dr. Moshe Perl is a world-class expert in neurofeedback and QEEG/EEG analysis, areas in which he has almost two-decades of experience teaching and mentoring practitioners in Australia and internationally.

He has successfully treated well over a thousand patients and has seen first-hand the amazing impact neurofeedback can have. Additionally, he has mentored over 100 practitioners in the field and reviewed thousands of cases inside of learning environments that develop and up-skill neurofeedback practitioners.

We were fortunate to catch up with Dr Perl and talk about his work and neurofeedback generally.

For more on Dr Perl and the training he provides, go to his website neurotherapy.com.au

Clinical Guide to Biofeedback & Neurofeedback for Standard Subscribers

In complex systems, like us, the process of feedback is fundamental to the operation of the system. Feedback is when output of the system (or sub-systems) is fed back as input into the system. When you listen to yourself singing, notice your are slightly out of tune, and subtly correct your pitch is an example of this process. When you think about it, feedback is everywhere, from adjusting hormones in your circulation to balancing on your two feet to quickly modifying your business presentation after noticing the worried look on the bosses face. And of course as a therapist we are monitoring a multitude of cues from our clients, looking for feedback as to the effectiveness of the session. Feedback is not only useful, it’s an imperative.

In this module from our Core Resources, we offer our Standard Subscribers a number of useful resources on biofeedback and neurofeedback for clinical practice.

 

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