THE NORMALIZATION OF A PERSONALITY THROUGH NEUROFEEDBACK THERAPY

A.P. Byers

Abstract


This is a single case study of the treatment of an alcohol and Xanax dependent patient using the protocol of E. Peniston, and P. Kulkosky1,2 Neurofeedback Therapy (NT) for alcoholics. Changes are reported in the amplitude of Theta, Alpha, and Beta frequency band waves consistent with stress reduction and "normalization" of the electroencephalogram (EEG). "Normalization" in the patient's personality is demonstrated by pre and post NT assessment with The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2, The Millon Clinkal Multiaxial Inventory,

The Beck Depression Inventory and The Beck Hopelessness Scale. The CZ location was utilized as the training site. A one month post-NT four day alcohol binge is reported with the expected severe flu-like symptoms. One month later a booster session was conducted.


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