Resources & Information

About High Performance Neurofeedback

Corey Snook is the engineer who created this system. He provides a lot of info and research articles on his website:

www.mind-braintraining.com

Stephen Larsen is among the leaders in the field of trauma therapy and use of Neurofeedback, who also uses HPN in treating patients, and provides useful information and articles on his site:

www.stonemountaincenter.com

Dr. David Dubin is a medical doctor in the U.S. who left traditional, hospital-based medical practice to open his clinic devoted solely to Neurofeedback. Ki completed her HPN training at the Dubin Clinic and receives ongoing supervision and consultation from Dr. Dubin. The Dubin Clinic website provides easy to understand info and videos:

www.thedubinclinic.com

Here is the link for the International Research Database for up-to-date studies in Neurofeedback. Published studies are collected by the International Society on Neurofeedback Research:

https://www.isnr.net/resources/comprehensive-bibliography.cfm

Videos about Neurofeedback

On Attachment Theory and Parenting

I recommend the work of Doctors Gordon Neufeld and Gabor Maté. They offer a great resource for parents with their book, “Hold On to Your Kids” (2013),

https://drgabormate.com/book/hold-on-to-your-kids/

About Healing Trauma through the Body

Ki completed Level I Training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy with the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute.

To learn more about Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, visit the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute’s website:

https://www.sensorimotorpsychotherapy.org/home/index.html

And read Pat Ogden’s book, “Trauma and the Body. A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy” (2006),

https://www.sensorimotorpsychotherapy.org/bookreview.pdf

(The foundational work of Bessel Van der Kolk is also important and highlighted here)

Helping Children and Youth Cope with Mental Illness in the Family

The Kids In Control programs are a wonderful resource offered by the BC Schizophrenia Society, and facilitated by Ki Speer. For more information about this program and other free support services offered to families affected by mental illness, please visit:

https://www.bcss.org/category/programs/