Corresponding Author Information: Aubrey Flanigan
Session Abstract: This presentation will explore ways to conceptualize the neurological underpinnings of personality. The case of a 14-year-old adolescent male diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Predominately Inattentive Presentation (ADHD) will be examined to demonstrate the integration of an electrophysiological measure into a psychoeducational evaluation battery. Results from a quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) will be discussed in relation to findings from his Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children - Fifth Edition (WISC-V), Rorschach Performance Assessment System (RPAS), Conners-3, and Beck Youth Inventory - 2nd Edition. Diagnostic considerations, treatment implications as well as future clinical contributions will be discussed.
Aubrey Flanigan, MA, BCB | Widener University (Chester, PA)
Kristin Van Doren | The Centered Brain (King of Prussia, PA)
Aubrey Flanigan is a dual-degree doctoral student at Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology. Aubrey will be graduating in May 2021 with a doctorate in clinical psychology (Psy.D.) and Master of Business Administration in Health Care Management. Aubrey is currently completing her doctoral internship through Widener University in a rotation at The Centered Brain in King of Prussia, PA under the supervision of Dr. Kristin Van Doren, BCB, BCN. Aubrey is BCIA certified in general biofeedback and uses this in conjunction with traditional therapy techniques to help individuals cope with anxiety, stress management, and chronic pain. She is currently pursuing BCIA certification in neurofeedback to augment the education she has received from her internship training. After graduation, Aubrey plans to continue to integrate bio- and neurofeedback with therapeutic techniques in order to assist clients in regulating their physiology and achieving their treatment goals.