“Biofeedback is not common, and that’s a shame,” agrees Carol Austad, PhD, a psychologist at Central Connecticut State University.
“As an adjunctive aid to psychotherapy, it’s fantastic,” she adds. “The patient feels as though they have control over their own bodily functions. When they have that feeling of mastery, you can accomplish more in psychotherapy.”
American Psychological Association
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