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#1 NFB Forum

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Posted 26 October 2014 - 10:02 PM

Feel free to introduce yourself in this thread.

#2 BettyBoo



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Posted 05 December 2014 - 03:44 PM

Hi all,


Well, let me start by being honest and say that my name is not Betty, it is Ann  :)  I am a mother of 3 young kids, one who has ADD. I became very interested in the field of neurofeedback after seeing the benefits my son received from his treatment and I look forward to this community growing and hence the topics that will follow.

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Posted 20 May 2016 - 08:53 PM

Hi Admin, Betty, ForumMates!


Rex here, an American expat living in Thailand.  I thought I was aware of all or most of the NFB forums, but this one is new to me and looks cool.  Nice to meet y'all!


I am a student of NFB, I have my didactic hours and some limited hands-on practice, but there is almost no one doing anything in Thailand, and no one near my town. A couple of years ago, I was lucky enouch to find a mentor living in Chiang Mai, but unfortunately he passd away unexpectedly.  Lost a friend and a mentor at the same time!   :(


Because I have someting of a block aobut using EEG technically and cognitively, I mostly focus on HEG and HRV and other mind-body disciplines until I can hook up with a new mentor and a situation to get more real-time, hands-on practice. I have invested a lot of cash in in Q-Wiz, didactice coruse, et al, and it is a shame to be "dead in the water"  C'est lavie!


Meanwhile HEG is very powerful, and there is a vast population of ADHD & AS kids in Thailand who I hope can benefit from it.


I look forward to partipating on these forums and being in touch with others.


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Posted 17 June 2016 - 06:35 PM

Welcome to the forum Rex!


Firstly let me send my condolences at the loss of your friend.


To be honest I was hoping the forum would have taken off more than it has. But I will keep it up and hope that more people like yourself come on board.


Hope Thailand is treating you well.

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Posted 01 September 2016 - 04:51 AM

Hello everyone , i am jacob carl new to this forum. i have neuro problem from childhood. hope i wil get answer to my problems

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