Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Neurofeedback Approach to Train the Brain Non-Invasively in ASD and other Disabilities

Speakers: Drs. Mary Jo Sabo and Mala Datta
Monday, April 11, 2011
Time: 7:00 - 9:30 pm
Location: Washington Engine Fire Company, Across from Bldg. #150, 130 White Plains Rd / Rte 119, Tarrytown, NY 10591

Dr. Mary Jo Sabo and Dr. Mala Datta will discuss the history of neurofeedback and assisting children and adults with autism, ADD, ADHD, LD, SPD and other challenges. They will provide ways in which neurofeedback improves on focus, language and mood. Drs. Sabo and Datta will also discuss the uses of neurofeedback with seizures.

Dr. Mary Jo Sabo of Biofeedback Consultants Inc. is a Neurotherapist, Educator, Lecturer with a strong emphasis in the Wellness Health Care field. Dr. Mary Jo Sabo has been in the field of biofeedback/neurofeedback for over 20 years. She was instrumental in bringing Neurofeedback into the public schools of Yonkers, New York and has consulted with many private schools in assisting them to utilize neurofeedback for students. Dr. Sabo has been instrumental in teaching other professionals how to successfully integrate neurofeedback into their private practices. Her work has appeared in the media, both on television (CNN, Good Morning America, Westchester and Manhattan Cable) and in newspapers, magazines and books. She teaches Neurofeedback for an Internationally accredited program (BCIA) and has lectured extensively on Applied Psychophysiology. Dr. Sabo has a private practice in Rockland County, Suffern, NY and is well known in the field of Biofeedback/Neurofeedback. She works with all age groups and most diagnoses.

Biofeedback Consultants Inc. (www.therippleeffect.org) has on staff Dr. Mala Datta, a psychologist and certified Neurotherapist who specializes in Psychological and Educational testing and individual and family counseling. Dr. Datta teaches college courses at Dominican College in Orangeburgh, New York. She also teaches for the internationally accredited Neurofeedback program (BCIA). She will be presenting information on Neurofeedback with Dr. Sabo at this lecture.

For more information about the Westchester meetings including directions, please visit our website or contact Tricia Zarro (914) 261-2509 or Lisa Rudley (917) 414-9190

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