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Ed B O'Malley

Ed B O'Malley

BS in Psychology SUNY Stony Brook, PhD Neurobiology Cornell Univer (1992), PostDoc Sleep Research NYU (1992-94), Sleep Medicine Fellowship NYU (1994-96), Research Assistant Professor of Medicine NYU School of Medicine, and Director Norwalk Hospital Sleep Disorders Center 1996-present


Edward B. O'Malley, PhD, D,ABSM
Director, Norwalk Hospital Sleep Disorders Center
Norwalk Hospital
34 Maple Street
Norwalk CT 06856
203 852-2145
ed.o'malley@norwalkhealth.org


Plenary #325):  Neurofeedback to Sleep 

This presentation will provide the non-sleep specialist neurofeedback provider with an overview of the tools and techniques necessary to recognize, assess and manage a variety of sleep complaints with which clients typically present. The major rationale for alleviating sleep disturbance in this population is that left unmanaged poor sleep will undermine the effectiveness of neurofeedback training.


Workshop #327):  Neurofeedback to Sleep: Tools and Techniques to Recognize and Manage Insomnia to Enhance Neurofeedback Efficacy 

From Neurofeedback to Sleep: Tools and Techniques to Recognize and Manage Sleep Disturbance to Enhance Neurofeedback Efficacy

What is the connection between sleep and neurofeedback training?

Is there a relationship between adequate sleep and neurofeedback efficacy?

How does one manage the myriad complaints and presentations that accompany sleep disturbance, and know when to refer out?

Are there techniques, other than or in addition to neurofeedback, that actually work?

What is the State of the Science of Insomnia, according to the NIH?

 

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Plenary #325):  Neurofeedback to Sleep

 

Workshop #327):  Neurofeedback to Sleep: Tools and Techniques to Recognize and Manage Insomnia to Enhance Neurofeedback Efficacy

 

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Ed B O'Malley Ph.D.
Norwalk Hospital Sleep Disorders Center
Norwalk Hospital
Norwalk, Connecticut  06612

phone: 203 852-2145
cell: 203 216-3323
fax: 203 852-2945

edom7@optonline.net

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