Date of Award
Master of Arts - School Psychology
Luis Aguerrevere, Ph.D.
Amanda Rudolph, Ph.D.
Frankie Clark, Ph.D.
Nina Ellis-Hervey, Ph.D.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects children and adults alike. Finding an intervention that works for every individual is not an easy task. There is not a one size fits all strategy when considering interventions. Having multiple treatment options available to individuals is important for those diagnosed and affected by the disorder. Many parents are not aware of the attentive interventions available to their children, especially when that intervention is not medication. Dispersing valuable ADHD treatment information to educators and parents is a challenge that would benefit from further research and clinician engagement. In this study, clinicians that provide neurofeedback therapy were asked to complete an online survey pertaining to their perceptions of the effectiveness of neurofeedback treatment. This study obtained valuable information that could aid parents and guardians in providing the best treatment option for their child.
Keywords: attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, neurofeedback, intervention, and treatment
Newman, Heidi, "Clinician’s Perceptions of Neurofeedback Application and Effectiveness" (2021). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 409.