Research Sheds Light on Applied Psychophysiology
May 20th 2009
Research from Utah State University sheds new light about applied psychophysiology, according to a recent report...
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Research from Utah State University sheds new light about applied psychophysiology, according to a recent report.
“The treatment of pelvic floor disorders using biofeedback, behavioral therapies, and other applied psychophysiological treatments has been well documented as effective,” wrote researchers from Utah State Universit, according to Psychology & Psychiatry Journal. “Practitioners must take due care to ensure that they practice within the boundaries of what is common practice for their discipline and within the scope of practice allowed by their professional license as outlined by the appropriate state licensing law(s), the ethical principles and practice guidelines and standards for their discipline, and those of the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback if using a biofeedback assessment or treatment.”