Western Association for Biofeedback and Neuroscience — Spring 2017 37 pleasure, and it was evident that everyone was very excited about the blending of these two disciplines. I am eager to see how these practices merge in the years to come and am grateful for the knowledge I gained from her talk. Presentation: QEEG & Neurofeedback for Detection, Treatment, and Management of TBI Presenter: Michael Linden, PhD Student reviewer: Melissa Mathis Dr. Linden has over 30 years of experience incorporating the use of QEEG technology with attention deficit disorder (ADD) and athletic clientele. Recently, Dr. Linden has been incorporating QEEG-guided neurofeedback in the treatment of clients who have experienced one or more concussions. Unfortunately, to date, the only universal- ly agreed-upon treatment recommendation for concussions is rest and hydration. Dr. Linden suggests that QEEG-guided neurofeedback can result in decreased anxiety and negative symptoms, increased sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system func- tioning, and improved concentration, performance, and coherence. These recent find- ings and treatment options discussed by Dr. Linden could have tremendous benefits for athletes who commonly face the possibility of experiencing a concussion, such as those who play in the National Football League (NFL). Rather than waiting for a postmor- tem autopsy to reveal chronic traumatic encephalitis, health care providers could use this ground-breaking research to provide injured players with an alternative method of assessing and treating trauma and impairment caused by concussions. Presentation: Applications of Interpersonal Synchrony Presenter: Gary Schummer, PhD Student reviewer: Melissa Mathis Dr. Schummer discussed some ground-breaking applications of QEEG technology to optimize marital therapy treatment outcomes. Synchrony can be found in many forms, such as musical harmony, the tides of the ocean, and biological rhythms (the cir- cadian and ultradian cycles). Dr. Schummer began incorporating QEEG-guided neu- rofeedback in the treatment of clients with learning disabilities when he increasingly