Application of Heg Neurofeedback in a Child with Developmental Dysphasia - A Clinical Case
Plovdiv University ‘Paisii Hilendarski’, Department of Pedagogy and Management of Education, Bulgaria
Dr. Mitko Shoshev, Plovdiv University ‘Paisii Hilendarski’, Department of Pedagogy and Management of Education, Bulgaria.
Keywords: Developmental Dysphasia; HEG Neurofeedback
Developmental dysphasia is a serious problem that affects the child’s overall neuropsychological development and has serious consequences for his socialization. The problem is complicated by the fact that the mechanisms by which the dissociation occurs between the delay in the appearance and development of speech in a child with such a pathology and the relative preservation of the remaining mental functions have not been specified. Because of this, there are also multiple theories and concepts that are equally credible. For this reason, the possible types of therapeutic interventions are numerous, based on individual theories. HEG neurofeedback training is a relatively new methodology of bio (neuro)feedback training, which has proven its effectiveness in many pathological conditions - ADHD, ASD, migraine, depression, etc. This case examines the application for the first time of a new methodology, using HEG neurofeedback training, in a child with developmental dysphasia and represents a clinical case description. Work to investigate the mechanism by which this condition is affected continues.
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