Director, Institute for EEG-Neurofeedback
Thomas Feiner is the founder of the Institute for EEG Neurofeedback (IFEN) and the Human Brain Mapping Academy.
He has more than 25 years of experience in the treatment of stress, depression, addiction, and burnout. In his work as a holistic coach and neurofeedback therapist, he combines neuroscience with brain stimulation techniques like, transcranial photobiomodulation into a successful approach that helped thousands of people in enhancing their life quality and boost their brain power.
The IFEN concept developed by him has made numerous therapists and trainers worldwide successful neurofeedback trainers. Thomas Feiner is also extremely active in brain research. His investigation fields are peak performance, meditation, and accelerated learning. With a team of neurologists, neuropsychologists and IT professionals specialized in applied neuroscience he develops advanced applications for Neurofeedback to increase neuroplasticity.
Thomas Feiner is also author and co-author of several scientific publications and speaks at international conferences and congresses. He has become known for his rousing style, inspiring audiences for neurofeedback, brain mapping, and neuroscience in general. Thomas Feiner is also developer and initiator of the scientific software CAPITO. CAPITO stands for Cognitive And Psychophysiological Test Operations and helps scientists and therapists analyzing cognitive and emotional conditions.
Since 2016, he was been working with his brain mapping team on a large-scale study on the human brain during meditation retreats with best selling author Dr. Joe Dispenza.
Day 3 – Session 3 – Using Modern Neuroscience for Making Better Decisions
16/05/2021 @ 18:15 – 12:05 UTC+2
The flood of choices we have to make each day can be overwhelming. We often hardly know whether they were right or wrong. Lots of uncertainties. Of course many books have been written about this topic, but most of the techniques and advices don’t work in real life as they only look at certain aspects and miss seeing the whole picture.
The neuronal view reveals some fascinating findings, and Neuroscientific research brought us a deeper understanding of how decisions are processed.
In this presentation, you will discover how everyone can learn to activate the brain’s neuropathways, leading to better decision-making.