What is it that separates those who are able to achieve greatness from those who are not? The secret is flexibility of focus and the consistent activation of a high performance state. Experienced coaches using Biofeedback and Neurofeedback who have developed the tools to facilitate the achievement of this state reveal their unique methods. The book is scholarly and accessible, providing the tools to guiding outstanding performance.
If you are searching for proven methods in achieving performance excellence, read Case Studies in Applied Psychophysiology!
Rae Tattenbaum, Performance Coach at Inner Act, Guest Editor, Special Editions of “Biofeedback” devoted to peak performance, AAPB former chair optimal performance
Many practitioners use biofeedback (BFB) and neurofeedback (NFB) to help individuals bring their personal goals of optimizing performance in domains such as music, dance, sports, and exercise within reach.
Written by veterans in the field, Case Studies in Applied Psychophysiology is the first text to present case studies from practitioners utilizing these techniques. Each case study has been systematically recorded and presents readers with a comprehensive overview of each approach. The case studies demonstrate not only the variety of approaches available to practitioners, but also the unique tailoring of techniques and procedures that seasoned practitioners implement to help clients achieve their goals. The primary focus is on individuals from non-clinical (i.e. not medically related) populations, but two case studies describe neurofeedback interventions with individuals suffering from traumatic brain injuries.
Case Studies in Applied Psychophysiology is a useful introduction to the field, as well as a road map for those looking to incorporate these techniques into their own psychology, sports medicine, physiology, performance psychology, and counseling practices.