Hello all & response re clinicians
- Hi folks,
I'm Jeffrey and I'm real interested in this project. As someone who has used BrainMaster and has also consulted
with professionals doing neurofeedback, and read numerous posts from clinicians, I'd say not to worry. The
important thing is that this machine like the BrainMaster can allow folks who need to do this training and parents
with children who need it to purchase a machine they can afford. That makes getting treatment from a clinician
much easier. Yes, it reduces the income for the clinician but in truth, that's the way the technology is moving so its
inevitable. More importantly, it allows clinicans to oversee the work without having to do all the treatments.
Legally that is tricky because of FDA regs.
--- In buildcheapeeg@y..., jiva@h... wrote:
> * I know I helped begin all of the "alternate solutions" threads but
> I'm wondering if all this is interfering with getting an
> initial unit up and available for those who want it. Does the
> group need some focus?
> * A dilema of sorts seems to be shaping up here where all of the
> voluntary work of many people is likely to permit another group of
> people to charge $50-$150 "per session" for their efforts. Does
> this need to be addr