Western Association for Biofeedback and Neuroscience — Spring 2017 36 He began with a review of the underpinnings in this field, tying in theories of James- Lange, Schacter and Singer, and Cannon-Bard. He then discussed immunopathology, the HPA(hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal), axis, cortisol level-testing, gender differ- ences, and so much more. What I was most struck by was the flow of ideas between Dr. Harvey and others in the audience. He catered his speech to the expertise of this crowd and helped make a difficult subject much more understandable and relatable for those who had not studied psychoneuroimmunology at such a detailed level. What a wonderful way to finish the conference: connecting to others, exploring new ideas, and learning something new and exciting. Presentation: Interpersonal Biofeedback: A Hybrid of Two Evidence Based Therapies Presenter: Steven Kassel, MFT Student reviewer: Brian Rankin Mr. Kassel presented interesting information about the monitoring of physiological behaviors of couples using interpersonal biofeedback. This was a unique talk, giv- ing us an inside look into self-regulation training of emotionality in family systems and couples work. This area of biofeedback really is fascinating, and it has captured the attention of many professionals in the field. Mr. Kassel’s talk demonstrated how this integrative psychological approach helps couples differentiate emotions in the family system. “When news of differentiation comes to consciousness there is an opportuni- ty for growth or a chance to retreat.” It was exciting to hear about how biofeedback is being applied in various settings throughout the field of psychology and the advance- ments that are to come. Presentation: Biofeedback, Neurofeedback, & Yoga Therapy Presenter: Eleanor Criswell Ed.D Student reviewer: Brian Rankin Dr. Criswell spoke about the person-centered practice of Somatic Yoga. She promot- ed the balance of biofeedback and neurofeedback with the complete yoga therapy system that provides experiences for the whole person (mind, body, and spirit). Hear- ing from professionals who have so much influence in the yoga community was a real