Monday, May 14, 2007


Monday, April 23, 2007 News & Upcoming Workshops & Conferences BFE 11th Annual Meeting in Berlin....Wunderbar success from left to right - Dr. Erik Peper, President of the BFE, Dr. Bruno Demichelis - For 20 years the Head of Sports Science for AC Milan Football Team, Dr. Vietta 'Sue' Wilson, author of 'Optimizing Performance and Health' BFE Suite, Lawrence Klein, V.P. of Thought Technology and Luca Righetto, Italian Distributor of Thought Technology

Berlin, Germany - Holding their BFE Lifetime Achievement Awards for their contribution to the field of Biofeedback and Neurofeedback in Sport, in both the Professional Football field and Olympics are Dr. Bruno Demichelis and Dr. Vietta 'Sue' Wilson. Their lectures opened the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe's 11th annual Meeting’s Scientific Program which began February 27th. Dr. Vietta 'Sue' Wilson, of Toronto, Canada, gave an hour introductory lecture on Biofeedback and Neurofeedback's use in Sport Psychology. Dr. Bruno Demichelis gave a ninety minute lecture on AC Milan's use of the Mind Room and Sport Psychology /Sports Medicine. The MindRoom, which includes Thought Technology’s ProComp Infiniti/BioGraph Infiniti, is considered their secret weapon that helped them defeat Manchester United 3-0 and advance to the Champions League Football final May 23rd, 2007 in Athens, Greece.The next annual meeting takes place February 2008, in Salzburg, Austria


Dr. Vietta " Sue" Wilson will be teaching her workshop, "Optimizing Performance & Health". Dr. Wilson, renowned for her work in sports psychology since 1971, taught sport psychology, counseling and bio-feedback assisted self regulation at the graduate and undergraduate level for over 30 years. Participants in the two-day workshop will learn to differentiate the innate from acquired in our stress response and especially learn to understand how and why we respond to stress in the way we do, and most importantly, how to change.The workshops take place from July 9-10th at UQAM (the University of Quebec at Montreal) campus

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