Neurofeedback: A Breakthrough For Trauma Survivors? Tune In this Sun, Sept 15th 9pm EST/8pm CST/6pm PST on Dr. Greg Williams show "Breaking the Silence"


Hello my ACEsconnection friends!  Be sure to listen this Sunday the 15th at 6pm PST/8pm CST/9pm EST for a fantastic lineup of guests discussing how neurofeedback is making a profound difference in healing the various physical, emotional and nervous system challenges of childhood trauma and PTSD. 

LINK to the LIVE Radio Show:

Also If you have a question for any of the guests you can call into the LIVE SHOW Toll-free By Dialing: 888-627-6008.

Given that trauma expert & pioneer Bessell van der Kolk, MD has touted neurofeedback as one of the most effective treatments for healing childhood trauma and PTSD this is a show you do not want to miss! 

This web based radio show called Breaking The Silence is hosted by Dr. Greg Williams, a trauma survivor himself.  You can call in to ask any of the guests or Dr. Williams himself questions during the show.

I have been asked to share my story during the show and a few of my colleagues will also be sharing their stories on how using neurofeedback has made a profound difference in helping to heal various issues related to experiencing a difficult childhood and/or trauma/PTSD.

This title of the show is: Neurofeedback: A Breakthrough For Trauma Survivors?

On this show Dr. Greg Williams will be interviewing neurofeedback pioneer, & Brain-Trainer International Founder, Peter Van Deusen, as well as  neurofeedback practitioners: Stacey Breitmann, Dr. Sharrie Hanley & Mary Giuliani who will share their stories about how neurofeedback has made a profound difference in their lives and the lives of their clients.

Also learn why leading trauma expert, Dr. Bessell van der Kolk (author of the International Bestseller, β€œThe Body Keeps The Score”) recommends using neurofeedback as one of the first line choices for helping to resolve trauma given the promising results research as shown, and he has had in helping survivors of childhood trauma and PTSD.

What Is Neurofeedback? Just like your brain automatically helped you figure out how to stop wobbling and stay balanced to be able to learn how to ride a bike, neurofeedback helps trauma survivors train their brains to figure out how to shift from chronic, stressful, trauma response states, to more overall calm, focused & healthy states. This shift trickles down to changes in mood, behavior, relationships, self image, and more.

As children most of us remember the day when we first tried to ride a bike without our training wheels. We typically wobbled a lot, and fell down a few times, but eventually after a few tries we figured out (actually our brain figured out) how to stay balanced to keep us upright and riding without falling down.

We couldn’t have learned how to ride a bike from reading a book, or listening to someone telling us how to do it. Yes, we probably had an encouraging parent or sibling telling us to keep going, but learning how to actually balance and stay upright was only accomplished by our brain having the experience of doing it. This is due to our brains being able to change and re-wire, which is known as neuroplasticity. This is what makes neurofeedback possible in being able to re-wire a brain to more healthy functioning.

While learning to ride a bike our brain needed the trial and error feedback of us wobbling to be able to figure out how to eventually balance to keep ourselves up. Therefore, staying balanced was accomplished by our brain’s (not our mind's) inherent ability to figure it out by the feedback of doing it over and over again until it got it right. Once a brain has figured out how to adapt to a situation it wires itself accordingly and it then becomes a habitual state.

This is exactly the same principle operating with neurofeedback. In neurofeedback a person receives auditory and/or visual feedback when brain states are reached that are consistent with a normal (non-traumatized) calm, focused & flexible brain. Just as with learning to ride a bike, our brain naturally and automatically learns from it. When we train our brain over and over again with consistent neurofeedback the brain will reset itself to operate in this new calm, focused, flexible way vs. in a stressful, traumatized way.

To learn more about how neurofeedback can help your family members or your clients be sure to tune in this Sunday!

Mark Your Calendars!

When: This Sunday, September 15th, 2019 at 9pm EDT/6pm PDT

LINK to the LIVE Radio Show:

Also If you have a question for Pete Van Deusen or any of the other guests you can
Call into the LIVE SHOW Toll-free By Dialing: 888-627-6008.

Be sure to mark your calendars! This could be the most transformational show you listen to this year!

For more information on using neurofeedback to help improve or resolve issues related to childhood trauma, ptsd, sleep, mood, anxiety, depression, adhd & addictions email:, or visit:

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