Neuroscientist and clinical neuropsychology expert Brendan Parsons reveals the tremendous potential of integrating cognitive training with Neurofeedback.
Brendan Parsons, PhD. is a neuroscientist with a passion for performance. He has spent all 15 years of his career in scientific research and clinical practice looking for the most efficient tools for enhancing performance across cognitive, emotional, behavioral and physiological domains. Whether they are being applied to those with difficulties - children with developmental disorders, adults with emotional issues, or aging populations with neurodegenerative conditions - or those in high-performance domains - professional athletes, business leaders or high-stress-high-precision jobs like pilots, engineers and police/military - the goal is one and the same: to enhance cognitive, emotional, behavioural and physiological functions. To that end, he has developed an expertise in neurofeedback and biofeedback, and his Ph.D. thesis combined neurofeedback with NeuroTracker to demonstrate the potential for improving learning by hybridising these techniques. Now based in France, he educates professionals in how to help others achieve these enhancements, while still maintaining an active clinical practice and contributing to neuroscientific research.