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Dr. Bockian Interviewed on Brain Stimulation Techniques To Treat Depression 03.08.12
Dr. Bockian Interviewed on Brain Stimulation Techniques To Treat Depression
03.08.12

Neil Bockian, Ph.D., Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Adler School, specializes in brain-wave therapy treatments for depression. He has long used quantitative EEG in treating depression as well as neurofeedback—and says new brain stimulation techniques hold great promise in helping patients with depression.

“This is a step forward in something that is affecting tens of millions of people,” he says, in this story on a new study into the brain activity of those diagnosed with major depression.

Click here to read the full story “Brain function is altered in those with depression, study finds.”

Additional media distributing this story include The Times of Northwest Indiana.

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