Students attending the AAPB Annual Scientific Meeting in Orlando, Florida (April 11-14th) are invited, at the generosity of Dr. Robert Reiner, to attend his 1/2 day workshop at no charge! He is excited to share his knowledge and experiences on the hot topic of virtual reality and biofeedback and has agreed to pay the registration costs, personally, for 20 lucky students who would benefit from this session.
This offer is extended on a first-come, first-served basis. To take advantage of this offer, you MUST:
About this Workshop
Biofeedback, Virtual Reality and Other Techniques Used to Facilitate the Suppression of Anxiety
Date: Thursday, April 12
Time: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Dr. Robert Reiner will provide a history and scientific rationale for the use of virtual reality and other cutting-edge technologies which are now considered a gold standard for anxiety management. The newest technology to catch our attention is home based neurofeedback and how he and his team have integrated it into out-patient care. He will also be showing how pEMF and tDCS/ACS can be implemented. Following the presentation, attendees will have a broad understanding of available technologies and how and why they have been so successful. He will be joined by Dr. Heather Davidson, the Director of Behavioral Associates Child and Adolescent program, who will be explaining how to use these technologies with children and adolescents.
Who Should Attend: Mental health professionals and students interested in learning about cutting edge technologies.
CE Credits: 4
*A second workshop will be held on Friday, April 13th from 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM.
About Dr. Reiner: Dr. Robert Reiner is the Executive Director and founder of Behavioral Associates (BA), has been practicing psychology since 1981. After receiving his undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania, he earned his PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Alabama and served his clinical internship at Bellevue Hospital/NYU Medical School. He served on the faculty for the Department of Psychiatry at New York University Medical Center from 1980 to 2015 and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania psychology department. He is frequently seen and quoted in the news and media and is often called upon to make appearances on major news networks. Throughout his career he has served as psychological consultant for several corporations as well as an expert witness in Federal Court for a number of criminal trials.
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