Clinical psychoneurophysiology is a biological approach to healing and wellness. Our clinic treats a multitude of common disorders such as ADHD, Depression, anxiety, and insomnia as well as less common ailments such as PTSD, epilepsy, stroke, brain injury and fibromyalgia. We also work with brain optimization for individuals who just want to be the best they can be!
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Neurophysiological treatment does not involve pharmaceuticals or other potentially dangerous or ineffective drugs. To gain an understanding of what is ailing a person and why, we go directly to the source, the brain. At the Swingle Clinic a certified BCIA Neurotherapist will measure the relative strength of electrical signals (brainwaves) with a process called brain mapping. Here we collect data from the upper level of the cortex and potentially deeper brain structure via electrodes placed on the scalp.
Details of the process/ what to expect at your first appointment here. The relative strength of the signals from the brain tell us how efficiently or conversely how inefficiently certain functions of the brain are operating explaining precisely why an individual feels or acts the way they do.
Treatment at the Swingle Clinic is guided by an individual’s specific brain profile as compared to normative, and perhaps more importantly Swingle Clinic clinical data bases diligently collected over the past 16 years of practice in Vancouver.Contact Us..
Dr. Paul G. Swingle
Ph.D., R.Psych., Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association, B.C.N., B.C.B.
Dr. Swingle can be considered one of the founding fathers of Clinical Psychoneurophysiology, one of a select few, directly responsible for bringing Neurotherapy out of university labs and clinics to the general populace in the 1980s.
Dr. Mario Dollschnieder
Ph.D., R.Psych., B.C.N.
Dr. Dollschnieder uses an Existential–Humanistic approach to Psychotherapy. He holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology as well as four clinical licenses including registration as a psychologist in BC (R.Psych). His areas of expertise include traditional Neurofeedback (amplitude training), ClinicalQ, Braindryvr, sLoreta.
Dr. Elizabeth Hartney
Ph.D., R.Psych., B.C.N.
Dr. Elizabeth Hartney received her Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Birmingham, UK, after earning a M.Sc. in cognitive science. Dr. Hartney utilizes biofeedback and neurofeedback treatment, in addition to EMDR, motivational dialogue, and mindfulness-based approaches to therapy.
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Omni™ is our flagship product for the treatment of many problems with attention, focus, and mental efficiency. Years of research on subliminal harmonics has resulted in several products that help with specific forms of attention deficiencies. This research ha lead to the development of a ‘generic; harmonic blend so that people with many different attention and learning problems find significant benefit when they use Omni™.