Counseling has been identified as an effective form of treatment, assisting individuals in dealing with stress, fulfilling their personal goals, and establishing healthy lifestyles. While talk therapy is effective, high noncompliance rates lead to further dysfunction and additional health conditions. Incorporating biofeedback with counseling may enrich the overall counseling experience, particularly when considering process variables, including the working alliance and treatment satisfaction, as a means to further reduce noncompliance rates.
Biofeedback Enriches the Counseling Experience
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Tami Maes Fragedakis, Stephen Leierer, Paul Toriello, Carmen Russoniello, Leslie Sherlin; Biofeedback Enriches the Counseling Experience. Biofeedback 1 December 2020; 48 (4): 85–89. doi: https://doi.org/10.5298/1081-5937-48.04.01
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