Biofeedback

Clinical Psychophysiology & Biofeedback In Denver, CO


Clinical Applied Psychophysiology is the behavioral health field that uses the reciprocal relationship between body and mind to treat conditions. One of the major tools in the Clinical Psychophysiology toolbox is Biofeedback, which involves patients viewing a signal that comes from their body, like finger temperature, and learning how to influence or control that signal. 


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The most fundamental part of the definition of biofeedback adopted by AAPB & BCIA states that "Biofeedback is a process that enables an individual to learn how to change physiological activity for the purposes of improving health and performance."

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By Johns Hopkins Medicine
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By The Mayo Clinic
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By The Cleveland Clinic
Biofeedback: Procedure Details

What is Biofeedback

By Jim Cahill (2015)
Biofeedback is simply the best option for some conditions.