anyone got links, books, info, what have you on neurofeedback:
1. the success rate
2. the methodology
3. the scientific research
4. how it applies to treating RADs and other psychological and developmental disorders
5. the availability of the technique
6. who is certified to administer and diagnose
7. how it pertains to correctly diagnosing disorders beyond what psychologists and psychiatrists can do and how it potentially changes the outlook of diagnostic tools for disorders in the future
8. how to get certified
9. and any thing else I missed!
I'm going to be doing my own research on the subject of course but I thought I'd give a holler here to see how the RAD mommy RADar pans out on the subject
I talked to Sissy's neurofeedback technician today and he was about ready to diagnose her with four new issues based on the read outs from her therapy and I wanted to say, "whoa Nelly, hang on a sec!" because really, can't our RADishes be diagnosed with just about EVERY thing in the books?
Gosh, when you've sat down to answer all of those crazy psychometric testing questionnaires for your kids, haven't you answered them in your head for yourself and said, "holy crap, I have all of this stuff too!" just based on those questions? Maybe it's just me because I have! lol Just last week filling out all of Aspie Boy's annual stuff his analyst and I were giggling over the fact that she and I both test out as having generalized anxiety disorder because the questions are so vague they apply to everyone.
Anyway, talk to me.