Biofeedback for Physical and Psychological Health, Presented by Dr. Dennis Romig and James Zimmerman, M.A.
Topics to be covered:
– How Biofeedback relates Synergistically with Paleo Diet and Exercise
– Simple Biofeedback to eliminate Neck Tension and Headaches
– Heart Rate Variability and Breathing Biofeedback to Heal from Stress
– Demonstration of Brain Wave (EEG) Biofeedback to Treat Depression and Head Injuries
After the presentation, we'll also have time for questions.
The presentation will start promptly at 1:30, followed by questions. At around 2:30 we'll head into the kitchen for eating and socializing! Please feel free to bring your favorite paleo dish for the potlock event!
If you're new to the group, we'd love to see you join us at the event! Just stop by and say “hello!”
Dr. Dennis Romig is a licensed psychologist by the State of Texas, who has successfully worked with adults and children for over 25 years with anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorders, sleep problems, bipolar disorders, and behavioral problems. He achieved a Ph.D. and Master’s Degree in Counseling and Educational Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Romig received post-graduate training at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family from[masked] with Dr. Michael Kerr and Dr. Dan Papero and, since 1999, has received training and supervision from Dr. Angelo Bolea, a leading brain psychologist and neurofeedback specialist in the Washington, D. C. Dr. Romig has also attended basic and advanced training in brain biofeedback with EEG Spectrum in[masked] and he is now proficient in the practice of EEG Biofeedback and Neurofeedback.
James Zimmerman LPC is a licensed professional counselor by the State of Texas. He received his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Houston and completed his Master’s in Counseling at St. Edward’s University in Austin. James works with Dr. Romig doing biofeedback to successfully treat anxiety, depression, attention-deficit disorder, and other psychological problems. He received his training and supervision in several mental health settings in Austin, including Capital Area Mental Health Center and Seton Shoal Creek Psychiatric Hospital, where he provided assessment, referral, and therapeutic services to individuals in crisis or in need of treatment. In recent years, James has been assessing and counseling children and families through adoption and disputed custody processes, and representing Texas children in abuse and neglect cases as a Guardian Ad Litem.