Publications

FNNR publications support neurofeedback and neuromodulation research. 

Becoming Certified in Neurofeedback: A Guide to the Neurofeedback Mentoring Process For Mentors and Mentees


​Becoming Certified in Neurofeedback: A Guide to the Neurofeedback Mentoring Process for Mentors and Mentees by Robert E. Longo, MRC, LPC, BCN and Richard Soutar, PhD, BCN is written for both mentees wanting to become Board Certified in neurofeedback by the Board Certification International Alliance (BCIA); and those professions who are either approved BCIA mentors wanting to improve their mentoring skills, or professionals who are BCIA certified and interested in becoming an approved BCIA mentor.

The first few chapters provide an overview of key aspects of becoming BCIA certified including the mentoring process. The last few chapters address key items involved in the mentoring process and provide helpful hints to both the mentee and mentor on core areas of being mentored. Additionally, this book provides several indices including examples of useful forms such as mentoring contracts, Professional Ethics and Standards in practicing neurofeedback, and both core and recommended readings.

​by Robert E Longo (Author), Richard Soutar (Author)

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​Autism Spectrum Disorder: Neuromodulation, Neurofeedback, and Sensory Integration Approaches to Research and Treatment


​This book describes some of the standard methods for diagnosing and treating autism from the perspectives of pediatric clinical psychology and developmental-behavioral specialists. Furthermore, the book reviews the theoretical basis for research focusing on neuromodulation techniques, such as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), neurofeedback, and sensory integration training methods being used for the treatment of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The result is a collective monograph of 16 chapters contributed by autism specialists.This is a softcover book, with 34 figures and 10 tables whose cover illustration features a painting by a famous autistic artist. The book is intended for students, researchers, and healthcare practitioners who are interested in the best ways to introduce neuromodulation, neurofeedback, and sensory integration techniques as interventions in their treatment armamentarium of autism spectrum disorder.

Editors:  Estate (Tato) Sokhadze, Ph.D. and Manuel F. Casanova, M.D.

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Alpha-Theta Neurofeedback in the 21st Century: A Handbook for Clinicians and Researchers (Expanded 2nd Ed.)


Alpha-Theta Neurofeedback in the 21st Century is a new handbook on neurofeedback treatment of emotional trauma and substance abuse, now in its expanded second edition featuring three new chapters, including an introduction to neurofeedback, brainwaves, and neurofeedback training for psychotherapists and other newcomers interested the field. Peniston and Kulkosky’s evidence that training specific brain frequencies could lead to the reprocessing and subsequent remission of traumatic symptoms in alcoholic war veterans with PTSD was revolutionary for its time. They were the first to use technology to tap into the brain’s ability to unlock traumatic memories, showing that unresolved emotional issues could be retrieved and revised in memory in an objective and systematic way. Thirty years after Eugene Peniston’s publications, Alpha-Theta Neurofeedback in the 21st Century is the first comprehensive clinical guide to the treatment of emotional trauma for neurotherapists and psychotherapists.

Editors Antonio Martins-Mourao and Cynthia Kerson

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Doing Neurofeedback: An Introduction


This book, which is presented in a beautiful full color, large format (7″ x 10″), is highly recommended for students and healthcare professionals who want to integrate neurofeedback (EEG Biofeedback) and quantitative EEG (QEEG) into their treatment options for patients and clients. The authors have over 30 years of combined experience and offer an easy-to-read, comprehensive historical and clinical perspective of neurofeedback. Topics include brain anatomy and physiology, models of disorders, basic electronics necessary to understand the recording process, learning and behavior theory, how to create treatment protocols, and how to evaluate clinical progress. The book also devotes a chapter to the history and clinical understanding of audio-visual entrainment.

Authors: Richard Soutar, PhD & Robert Longo, MRC

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The Art of Artifacting

Due to its high temporal resolution, quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) is fast becoming the premier neuroimaging tool to assess and aid in the treatment of many psychological and medical brain-based disorders. However, poorly artifacted records will lead to poor results. The Art of Artifacting is the quintessential raw electroencephalography (EEG) artifacting tutorial. With 75 records, each containing 6 epochs, to test yourself on, you will gain the experience necessary to identify eye blinks and saccades, muscle artifact, transient events, drowsiness, electrode pop, and many others. It is a highly recommended book for anyone who is beginning to include QEEG in his practice regimen.

Authors: D. Corydon Hammond, PhD & Jay Gunkelman, QEEGD

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Multi-Component Treatment For PTSD, Including Strategies From Clinical Psycho-Physiology And Applied Science

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is becoming the most prevalent anxiety disorder due to the abundance of currently occurring natural and human-caused disasters. In Multi-Component Treatment For Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Including Strategies From Clinical Psycho-Physiology And Applied Science, healthcare providers, such as psychologists, physicians, counselors, and biofeedback and neurofeedback therapists, will find comprehensive assessment and treatment plans for clients and patients suffering from this often disabling disorder, as devised by Dr. John Carmichael. The plan can be used in its entirety or parts can be gleaned as relevant to the practitioner’s scope of practice. Dr. Carmichael integrates existing clinical and empirical research with his extensive clinical experience into a step-wise format for the treatment of PTSD including neurofeedback, biofeedback, nutrition, stress management, education, and behavioral applications. This book guides the practitioner who works with law enforcement and military personnel, as well as clients with personal trauma, through an evidence-informed multi-component treatment plan.

Author: John Carmichael, PhD, R-PSYCH

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The Other Side of The Desk: A Story About a Chronic Pain Specialist Who Became a Chronic Pain Patient and His Advice for Chronic Pain Sufferers


The Other Side Of The Desk is story about a chronic pain specialist (author, Stuart Donaldson, PhD) who became a chronic pain patient and his advice for chronic pain suffers. Dr. Donaldson is a world-renowned chronic pain specialist, and he invites the reader into his journey through the medical system with his family and friends and through his emotional and spiritual health after he experienced chronic pain himself. After a fall on ice, his pain spread, and he was diagnosed with many different disorders, operated on, and invited into many different intervention practices. Having had this unfortunate and debilitating experience, Dr. Donaldson learned about the best practices and alternative treatments, and he developed a treatment plan for his chronic pain patients in Calgary, Canada that is based upon his unique and intimate experiences with pain. This book is written for chronic pain sufferers who want to approach their recovery more compassionately, personally, and holistically.

Author: Stuart Donaldson, PhD
Forward: Gabriel E. Sella, MD, MPH, MSc. PhD

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ADD Centre Brodmann Areas Booklet

This 4-page booklet, compiled by Michael Thompson, MD, James Thompson, PhD, and Wu Wening, MD is a reliable source of information for clinicians who design neurofeedback protocols. The authors summarize the Brodmann areas (based on the 10/20 International System) with currently known primary brain functions as well as discuss problems of neuronal coherence (connectivity).

Authors: Michael Thompson, MD, James Thompson, PhD, & Wu Wenqing, MD

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The Foundation for Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation thanks BMED Press its support.