Seperti yang sudah kami jelaskan bahwa penelitian dan riset tentang terapi gelombang otak yang kami lakukan yaitu bersifat empiris, eksperimental, penelitian ulang (re-research), dan juga riset yang mengacu pada hasil penelitian yang pernah dilakukan oleh para peneliti terdahulu, seperti buku dan jurnal ilmiah yang berkaitan dengan Brainwave Entrainment, Music Therapy, Biofeedback, EEG, Mind Programming, dll.
Selain dari buku dan jurnal ilmiah yang kami gunakan sebagai bahan literatur untuk riset, kami juga memperdalam pengetahuan dengan mengikuti seminar, pelatihan dan juga workshop tentang terapi gelombang otak (Brainwave Entrainment), terapi musik, neurotherapy, dll. Semua hal tersebut sengaja kami lakukan agar kami dapat menghadirkan produk produk Audio Terapi Gelombang Otak yang memiliki mutu serta kualitas yang terbaik.
Dan perlu Anda ketahui hampir sebagian besar buku buku yang kami gunakan adalah buku berbahasa inggris, itu karena di Indonesia masih sangat jarang sekali ada buku yang membahas tentang terapi gelombang otak ataupun terapi musik dengan bahasa indonesia. Nah berikut adalah hasil review dari sebagian koleksi buku buku yang kami gunakan sebagai bahan acuan atau literatur ilmiah dalam melakukan penelitian.
A groundbreaking work of science that confirms, for the first time, the independent existence of the mind–and demonstrates the possibilities for human control over the workings of the brain.
Conventional science has long held the position that ‘the mind’ is merely an illusion, a side effect of electrochemical activity in the physical brain. Now in paperback, Dr Jeffrey Schwartz and Sharon Begley’s groundbreaking work, The Mind and the Brain, argues exactly the opposite: that the mind has a life of its own.Dr Schwartz, a leading researcher in brain dysfunctions, and Wall Street Journal science columnist Sharon Begley demonstrate that the human mind is an independent entity that can shape and control the functioning of the physical brain. Their work has its basis in our emerging understanding of adult neuroplasticity–the brain’s ability to be rewired not just in childhood, but throughout life, a trait only recently established by neuroscientists.
Through decades of work treating patients with obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD), Schwartz made an extraordinary finding: while following the therapy he developed, his patients were effecting significant and lasting changes in their own neural pathways. It was a scientific first: by actively focusing their attention away from negative behaviors and toward more positive ones, Schwartz’s patients were using their minds to reshape their brains–and discovering a thrilling new dimension to the concept of neuroplasticity.
The Mind and the Brain follows Schwartz as he investigates this newly discovered power, which he calls self–directed neuroplasticity or, more simply, mental force. It describes his work with noted physicist Henry Stapp and connects the concept of ‘mental force’ with the ancient practice of mindfulness in Buddhist tradition. And it points to potential new applications that could transform the treatment of almost every variety of neurological dysfunction, from dyslexia to stroke–and could lead to new strategies to help us harness our mental powers. Yet as wondrous as these implications are, perhaps even more important is the philosophical dimension of Schwartz’s work. For the existence of mental force offers convincing scientific evidence of human free will, and thus of man’s inherent capacity for moral choice.
This is a book about how a person can successfully change beliefs. In our world, in order to know where we belong, we must know what our beliefs are. Some of the beliefs came from the environment while others are created by people.
A child’s beliefs came from its surrounding such as parents, school and Medias. People who change beliefs are people who want to expand their horizon. But most of us are afraid to go beyond what we are capable of. How can we go out in our own comfort zone?Why we need to change our beliefs? Why a person failed to change his believe? How can we successfully change our beliefs?
Brainwave entrainment or “brainwave synchronization,” is any practice that aims to cause brainwave frequency to fall into step with a periodic stimulus having a frequency corresponding to the intended brain-state, usually performed with,the use of specialized medical software.
It depends upon a “frequency following” response, a naturally occurring,phenomenon where the human brain has a tendency to change its dominant EEG frequency towards the,frequency of a dominant external stimulus. Such a stimulus may be aural, as in the case of binaural,or monaural beats and isochronic tones, or else visual, as with a dreamachine, a combination of the two with a,mind machine, or even electromagnetic radiation.
This introduction to quantum brain dynamics is accessible to a broad interdisciplinary audience. The authors, a brain scientist and a theoretical physicist, present a new quantum framework for investigating advanced functions of the brain such as consciousness and memory. The book is the first to give a systematic account, founded in fundamental quantum physical principles, of how the brain functions as a unified system. It is based on the quantum field theory originated in the 1960s by the great theoretical physicist, Hiroomi Umezawa, to whom the book is dedicated. Both quantum physics for sub-microscopic constituents of brain cells and tissues, and classical physics for the microscopic and macroscopic constituents, are simultaneously justified by this theory.
It poses an alternative to the dominant conceptions in the neuro- and cognitive sciences, which take neurons organized into networks as the basic constituents of the brain. Certain physical substrates in the brain are shown to support quantum field phenomena, and the resulting strange quantum properties are used to explain consciousness and memory. The whole of memory is stored in such a state of macroscopic order and consciousness is realized by the creation and annihilation dynamics of energy quanta of the electromagnetic field and molecular fields of water and protein. This change of perspective results in a radically new vision of how the brain functions. (Series A, B).
Neurofeedback is a cutting-edge, drug-free therapeutic technique used by over a thousand licensed therapists in North America to treat a range of conditions from attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders to epilepsy, stroke, anxiety, migraine, and depression. First popularized in the 1970s, this naturalistic method is based on the idea that we can control our brain activity and that, through training, the brain can learn to modify its own electrical patterns for more efficient processing or to overcome various states of dysfunction.
In Biofeedback for the Brain, Dr. Paul G. Swingle describes in clear and coherent language how these procedures work. With numerous actual case examples, readers follow the progress of clients from the initial “brain map” that shows the location and severity of the neurological abnormalities to the various stages of treatment. Conditions often considered untreatable by conventional health practitioners respond positively to neurotherapeutic treatment and Swingle describes many of these remarkable recoveries. Other chapters describe the use of neurotherapy for a variety of surprising purposes, including performance training for elite athletes, of which the most famous example is the Italian soccer team who considered the technique to be their “secret weapon” in attaining a World Cup victory.
Despite wide-ranging success stories and the endorsement of the American Psychological Association, many health care practitioners remain skeptical of neurofeedback and the procedures are still not well-known by the public or conventional health care providers. This book provides a thorough, definitive, and highly readable presentation of this remarkable health care alternative that offers millions of individuals a chance for healing.
In the decade since Jim Robbins’s A Symphony in the Brain was first published, the control of our bodies, brains, and minds has taken remarkable leaps. From neurofeedback with functional magnetic resonance imaging equipment, to the use of radio waves, to biofeedback of the heart and breath, and coverage of biofeedback by health insurance plans, the numerous advances have driven the need for a revised edition to this groundbreaking book that traces the fascinating, untold story of the development of biofeedback.
Discovered by a small corps of research scientists, this alternative treatment allows a patient to see real-time measurements of their bodily processes. Its advocates claim biofeedback can treat epilepsy, autism, attention deficit disorder, addictions, and depression with no drugs or side effects; bring patients out of vegetative states, even improve golf scores or an opera singer’s voice. But biofeedback has faced battles for acceptance in the conservative medical world despite positive signs that it could revolutionize the way an incredibly diverse range of medical and psychological problems are treated. Offering a wealth of powerful case studies, accessible scientific explanations, and dramatic personal accounts, Robbins remarkable history develops our understanding of this important field.
“The central tenet of this innovative collection is that identity can be regarded as a performance, achieved through and in dialogue with others. The authors show that where neuro-degenerative disease restricts movement, communication and thought processes and impairs the sense of self, music therapy is an effective intervention in neurological rehabilitation, successfully restoring the performance of identity within which clients can recognise themselves.
It can also aid rehabilitation of clients affected by dementia, traumatic brain injury, and multiple sclerosis, among other neuro-generative diseases.” Music Therapy and Neurological Rehabilitation is an authoritative and comprehensive text that will be of interest to practising music therapists, students and academics in the field.
Bio-Guided Music Therapy explores the clinical integration of music and biofeedback, providing the practitioner with a rationale, historical context and detailed step-by-step instructions for implementing real-time physiological data driven music therapy. This practical guide introduces the fundamental principles of biofeedback and explores the use of music therapy interventions within the context of achieving skills in self-regulation of physiological response. This book looks at the primary modalities of biofeedback, in conjunction with the assignment of digitally sampled musical voices to specific body functions.
Music therapy interventions covered include guided imagery to music, toning, mantra meditation, drumming and improvisation. This book clearly demonstrates how these techniques can be successfully applied to the treatment of stress, high blood pressure, back pain, insomnia, migraine, neuromuscular deficiencies and depression, as well as being an effective therapy for clients with autism spectrum disorders and attention deficit disorder. Instructive and accessible, this book will prove an essential resource for students and practitioners of music therapy, biofeedback practitioners, social workers, psychologists and healing arts professionals.
With the increasingly important role of psychosocial interventions in the treatment of schizophrenia and other mental illness, many interventions have been adequately researched and standardized to meet the criteria for evidence-based practice. Music therapy is one such modality, which is viewed as another therapeutic form of intervention. However, there remains no resource to guide music therapists in the implementation of appropriate evidence-based techniques. This book develops such a resource, which matches psychosocial goals with appropriate music therapy interventions across the domains of functioning. This resource has the potential to provide immediate and long-term support to clinicians and their clients. It may also serve as a template to guide music therapy research, by identifying applications which have yet to be empirically studied.
There are many components which are discussed to prove from a scientific and a spiritual view that music can be used as a therapeutic means for those suffering with schizophrenia and similar mental health illness. A brief review of other mental health illnesses and the role the church plays in providing effective support also is included.
Pastors have been looked down at, as though they are the door mat of society. This has placed a stigma upon many creating a restriction as to what they should and shouldn’t do. However, a new breed of pastors is rising up with an internal drive to make a difference both in the church and in the society. They are destroying the stigma that has been created to change our world and impact our communities including the mental health.
We have learned from every culture and ethnic group how music is an important part of daily living. Music is unique in every person’s life. It is possible that God created music to calm the mind and help mankind deal with their every day stressors.
This book is an educational tool to help individuals understand schizophrenia and other serious mental illness. It’s a book everyone should have to understand themselves and others.
The Individualized Music Therapy Assessment Profile (IMTAP) is an in-depth assessment protocol developed by a team of six experienced music therapists. Designed for use in pediatric and adolescent settings, it provides a clear profile of each client over time. The accompanying CD-ROM allows the therapist to store client details, and to create charts showing progress and areas to work on.The book includes sample assessment sessions and examples of activities and interventions. The IMTAP may be used on a variety of levels:* as a treatment plan for music therapy work* as a tool to develop goals and objectives* as a means to address and assess targeted skill sets* as an indicator of overall functioning to provide a baseline for treatment* as a research method* as a communication tool for parents and healthcare professionals.The IMTAP is simple to use and yields detailed information on client abilities and functioning from intake through treatment planning. It identifies effective strategies for each client, making it an essential tool for students and professionals in the field of music therapy.
Dominic O’Brien, the 7-time world memory champion shares his ultimate tools for developing the perfect memory. Quantum Memory Power tells you how to harness and unleash your memory power so you will have unlimited capacity. Quantum Memory Power provides practical applications and exercises to test and strengthen your abilities. By engaging your imagination and creative powers you will gain speed, accuracy and poise in the development of your quantum memory powers.
Music therapy is well established as a particularly effective way of working with people with autism – helping them to communicate, ameliorating symptoms of distress and helping them to cope better with an uncertain and confusing world. In this groundbreaking book Dorita Berger looks at the reasons why this is so.
In the first part of the book she looks in detail at those characteristics of autism, especially sensory integration problems, which are amenable to music therapy. In the second part she shows how, at a neurological level, the purity of sound itself can not only open a channel for communication but also effect lasting change in a way not open to other therapeutic modalities. She looks at the nature of music, and in particular melody, showing how the simplicity of music can be `understood’ by a child with autism in a way that words cannot, and how this can lead to verbal communication once the patterns are established.
Vignettes throughout the book of music therapy work with children demonstrate the theory in action, and the last section of the book develops the practical application with action plans for music therapy interventions particularly suited for work with children with autism.
Intended primarily for professionals working with children with autism – not only music therapists but also those from other disciplines looking for effective interventions – the book will also be of considerable interest to parents.
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