Webinar 18-05: CU-Applied HRV Data Interpretation for the Clinician-J. Ginsberg

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August 31, 2018
Your Desk - 11:00 am Pacific, Noon Mountain, 1:00 pm Central, 2:00 pm Eastern


Level: Advanced - Appropriate for those who are eligible for BCIA Board certification in HRV Biofeedback and who have practiced with HRV in either a clinical or research setting for 3 years or more. Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback (HRVB) empowers clients to improve their emotional self-regulation. HRVB professionals regularly use quantitative and graphic methods of analysis of heart rate to help their clients understand their own physiological status and the relationship between autonomic function and well-being. This didactic presentation will use actual pre-post HRVB data from patients with PTSD and pain to illustrate how acquisition of the skill of self-regulation through HRVB affects heart rate patterns and screen displays. Coherence is the term used currently to refer to the 0.1 Hz HRV peak, which indicative of optimum HRV that results from synchronization of cardiac vagal afference and baroreflex. HRV clinical applications and research focus on Coherence as an index of adaptability. Methods of quantifying Coherence from a typical HR tachygram will be explained.

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