Dr. Roseann is a speaker at the NRBS 2017 Annual Conference in Princeton, NJ on November 10-12. Dr. Roseann is a NRBS Board Member and will present on Ethics. To learn more or register, go to NRBS.org
Dr. Roseann will present at the NEPANS Annual Conference on the use of Neurofeedback and Biofeedback for those with PANS/PANDAS. This parent and professional annual conference will be held on November 18, 2017 in Connecticut.To learn more or to register go to NEPANS.org.
Dr. Roseann is a featured speaker at the Ridgefield Chamber’s 12th Annual Women’s Forum on May 25, 2017 at the Salem Golf Club. She will be speaking about Self-Care Through Life Transitions. To learn more about the Women’s Forum or to register, go to the Ridgefield Chamber Website.
Lyme and tick-borne disease are complex diseases that produce physical, cognitive and psychiatric symptoms. One person may experience severe joint pain while another may have brain fog and anxiety; yet they both have a tick-borne illness. These symptoms can occur acutely or they can wax and wane in a more long-term, chronic manner. Read the full article at Natural Awakenings
Clients come to Capanna-Hodge, an educational psychologist and neurofeedback practitioner, for help with stress and anxiety, as well as learning and attention issues … Read the article on the NewsTimes.
Neurofeedback provides an alternative to medication for children and adults. Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge tells you what you need to know about neurofeedback. Read the article on Geek Dad.
Twelve-year-old Riley Nichols sits in a comfortable chair in a dimly lit room. Sensors are placed on his scalp and ears. He focuses on a screen in front of him where there is a computerized figure walking outdoors. He has to keep concentrating on the figure. If his mind wanders, the figure will stop walking or fall down. Read the article on News Times
According to licensed professional counselor Lauren Wolfe, there’s a big difference between giving children encouragement and giving them praise. It’s important parents know this difference, she said. From 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, and again on May 18, Wolfe will be discussing this topic and more in an interactive STEPS workshop for parents of children from birth to age 5. Read the article on the NewsTimes
The holidays are a wonderful time of year, but they are also a stressful time of year, with family get-togethers, office parties, school functions and New Year’s resolutions. It is also the time of year for the dreaded parent-teacher conference. It can all be just a bit too much and many people feel overwhelmed. Whether dealing with new issues or lingering concerns, taking care of yourself or addressing your child’s issues is important. Taking time for daily relaxation is a way to pre-emptively deal with stressors and manage stress when it happens. Read the article on Total Wellness Connect