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The following are the current and upcoming events and classes. For specifics see:
Calendar of events and classes for
Phyllis Kasper or for Blackwolf Jones.

Native American Healing Retreat
October 16th - 18th, 2009
Learn more (pdf).


 

 

 

 

 

BSW is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the general public and healthcare professionals in the uses of biofeedback. Eric Peper, PhD, Professor & Co-director of the Institute for Holistic Healing Studies, is our featured presenter on self-regulation. He is known for his research and publications in medical and sports psychology. See: http://www.backshop.nl/uk_new/main_peper_uk.php for his article on pain and computer use in students and http://www.bfe.org/protocol/pro12eng.htm for peak performance training. Yuri Danilov, PhD & Kim Skinner, MPT will present methods of restoration of balance using biofeedback from the neuroscience & physical therapy viewpoints. See http://www.wicab.com// Phyllis Kasper, PhD & Gib Koula, MS will demonstrate easy & inexpensive approaches to biofeedback in the clinic setting or at home. They use biofeedback and psychotherapies for pain and stress management, and for peak performance in sports, music, education, performing arts, business and life.

 

For further information on the conference contact:
Bob Hodes PhD, Capital Associates
440 Science Drive Suite 200 Madison , WI . 53711
608-238-5176 Ext. 357
www.biofeedbackwi.org

RECENT SUCCESSFUL EVENTS

 

“Mind/Body Healing for the 21 st Century” Will be held Friday September 26 th -Saturday September 27 th at St. Elizabeth Hospital's New Conference Center Appleton, WI. Guest rooms at the Radisson Paper Valley are reserved at $95 for a limited time. Eric Peper, PhD, Professor & Co-director of the Institute for Holistic Healing Studies, is our featured presenter on self-regulation. He is known for his research and publications in medical and sports psychology. Yrui Danilov, PhD & Kim Skinner, PT will present methods of restoration of balance from the neuroscience & physical therapy viewpoints. Phyllis Kasper, PhD & Gib Koula, MS will demonstrate easy & inexpensive approaches to biofeedback. For further information , call or write : Bob Hodes PhD, 440 Science Drive Suite 200 Madison, WI. 53711 phone: 608-238-5176 Ext. 357. The brochure is available at www.biofeedbackwi.org .

 

Kasper, P. The Medicine Wheel as Therapeutic Meditation presentation for Cultural Diversity continuing education units at the April 2008 Wisconsin Psychological Convention entitled Resilience, Recovery, & Relationships

November 3rd, 2005
Dr. Kasper did a one hour presentation on Biofeedback at a morning conference entitled Advances in Neuroscience: Emerging Treatments for Common Conditions. The morning conference was held at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay on November third. Continuing Education Units were sponsored by Northwestern Health Sciences University. Other topics were: Overview of Common Sleep Disorders, Vertebroplasty for Vertebral Compression Fractures and Disc Replacement Surgery.

WISCONSIN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION  April 2005
Dr. Kasper presents The View from the Medicine Wheel.

The 2005 Annual Convention - Maximizing Human Potential
This year's annual conference will feature Dr. Nadya Fouad on cultural diversity approaches to personal development and effective therapy with clients. Dr. Rick Snyder's Friday keynote presentation will examine Positive Psychology in relation to workplace happiness. His day-long workshop on Saturday is entitled "The Psychology of Hope".

Dr. Kasper's presentation, The View From the Medicine Wheel, was on Thursday April 7th from 1-3:30 PM. The focus was on speaking from the heart, listening to others without analyzing or judging and staying in the present moment. The Wheel represents balance in one's life, as well as a symbol for life cycles. Namaji is the highest Anishinaabe principle of: respect, honor, dignity and pride towards yourself, others and all of creation.

LWE & LBB presented Pops Concert, January 17 & 18, 2003 Capitol Civic Centre, Manitowoc, WI. This event featured "The Bickersons," played by Phyllis Kasper and Bill Gigure. This was the Bickersons' third year that they have been part of "The Biggest of the Big Bands."

On June 13th, 2003 Dr. Kasper did a presentation on the Emotional Freedom Technique at the annual conference of the Wisconsin Social Services Association.

Dr. Kasper did a presentation on Performance Anxiety: Stage Fright for teachers and students in music and theater and for the general public. She spoke at the UW-Manitowoc campus in the Theater on February 8th, 2003, 3-6 PM. The presentation was reviewed in the Sunday, February 17th Lakeshore Chronicle by Cynthia Stone.

 

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