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Special Issue: Mindfulness, Compassion, and Biofeedback Practice

Special Issue: Mindfulness, Compassion, and Biofeedback Practice Biofeedback | Spring 2018 Biofeedback Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback Volume 46, Issue 1, p. 1 www.aapb.org DOI: 10.5298/1081-5937.46.1.01 FRO FROM M THE THE EDITO EDITOR R Special Issue: Mindfulness, Compassion, and Biofeedback Practice Guest Editors: Inna Khazan, PhD, BCB, and Donald Moss, PhD, BCB, BCN The cover of this special issue of Biofeedback shows a word generalized anxiety disorder and gastrointestinal symp- cloud expressing the intersection of mindfulness with toms, to illustrate the application of breath training with abundance, connection, empathy, resonance, growth, ac- physiological feedback, enhancing mindful awareness of her ceptance, and a host of other positive values deeply in physiology, her emotions, and her thoughts. harmony with biofeedback practice. (Thanks to CanStock Debbie Callif discusses the integration of mindfulness Photo for the image.) with clinical biofeedback for pelvic floor muscle disorders, This special issue on ‘‘Mindfulness, Compassion, and including bowel and bladder dysfunction and pelvic pain. Biofeedback Practice’’ is a continuation of the themes She provides case studies of a 79-year-old woman with presented in the Fall 2015 and Fall 2016 special issues on urinary incontinence and anxieties about incontinence in mindfulness. The guest editors are Inna Khazan, author of travel and social situations, and a 63-year-old man with The Clinical Handbook of Biofeedback: A Step-by-step fecal incontinence and diarrhea following colon cancer. In Guide for Training and Practice with Mindfulness, and both cases, treatment included surface electromyographic Donald Moss, co-author of Pathways to Illness, Pathways biofeedback to retrain maladaptive muscle patterns, mind- to Health and Integrative Pathways: Navigating Chronic fulness training to enhance awareness of somatic cues, and Illness with a Mind-Body-Spirit Approach. The editors reestablishing neuromuscular control. have once again gathered a variety of authors and topics to References chronicle the integration of mindfulness and compassion- based therapy approaches into biofeedback practice. Khazan, I. (2013). The clinical handbook of biofeedback: A step- In the lead article, Inna Khazan discusses overbreathing, by-step guide for training and practice with mindfulness. Oxford, UK: John Wiley and Sons. a common behavioral breathing dysregulation that con- McGrady, A., & Moss, D. (2013). Pathways to illness, pathways tributes to both emotional and medical disorders. Over- to health. New York, NY: Springer. breathing leads to deficiencies in carbon dioxide, respiratory McGrady, A., & Moss, D. (in preparation). Integrative pathways: alkalosis, and systemic physiological imbalances. She Navigating chronic illness with a mind-body-spirit approach. provides a practical overview of the physiology of New York, NY: Springer. respiration and overbreathing, and a detailed guide to using mindfulness-based skills in teaching healthy breathing. Donald Moss describes changes in the face of illness in the past 100 years, and proposes that integrative medicine is better suited than a purely biomedicine approach to address the biopsychosocial aspect of modern illness. He also emphasizes the importance of a mindfulness-based ap- proach for integrative healthcare. His article introduces the concepts of the mindful practitioner, the mindful treatment encounter, mindful engagement of the patient, and mindfulness as treatment. Donald Moss Inna Khazan Saul Rosenthal provides an introduction to managing chronic pain through integrating biofeedback training with Correspondence: Donald Moss, PhD, 9782 Lakeshore Drive, West mindfulness. He shows how ‘‘watching the screen’’ during Olive, MI 49460, email: dmoss@saybrook.edu. biofeedback training can enhance mindful awareness. He presents a case narrative of a woman in her 20s with http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biofeedback Allen Press

Special Issue: Mindfulness, Compassion, and Biofeedback Practice

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Biofeedback | Spring 2018 Biofeedback Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback Volume 46, Issue 1, p. 1 www.aapb.org DOI: 10.5298/1081-5937.46.1.01 FRO FROM M THE THE EDITO EDITOR R Special Issue: Mindfulness, Compassion, and Biofeedback Practice Guest Editors: Inna Khazan, PhD, BCB, and Donald Moss, PhD, BCB, BCN The cover of this special issue of Biofeedback shows a word generalized anxiety disorder and gastrointestinal symp- cloud expressing the intersection of mindfulness with toms, to illustrate the application of breath training with abundance, connection, empathy, resonance, growth, ac- physiological feedback, enhancing mindful awareness of her ceptance, and a host of other positive values deeply in physiology, her emotions, and her thoughts. harmony with biofeedback practice. (Thanks to CanStock Debbie Callif discusses the integration of mindfulness Photo for the image.) with clinical biofeedback for pelvic floor muscle disorders, This special issue on ‘‘Mindfulness, Compassion, and including bowel and bladder dysfunction and pelvic pain. Biofeedback Practice’’ is a continuation of the themes She provides case studies of a 79-year-old woman with presented in the Fall 2015 and Fall 2016 special issues on urinary incontinence and anxieties about incontinence in mindfulness. The guest editors are Inna Khazan, author of travel and social situations, and a 63-year-old man with The Clinical Handbook of Biofeedback: A Step-by-step fecal incontinence and diarrhea following colon cancer. In Guide for Training and Practice with Mindfulness, and both cases, treatment included surface electromyographic Donald Moss, co-author of Pathways to Illness, Pathways biofeedback to retrain maladaptive muscle patterns, mind- to Health and Integrative Pathways: Navigating Chronic fulness training to enhance awareness of somatic cues, and Illness with a Mind-Body-Spirit Approach. The editors reestablishing neuromuscular control. have once again gathered a variety of authors and topics to References chronicle the integration of mindfulness and compassion- based therapy approaches into biofeedback practice. Khazan, I. (2013). The clinical handbook of biofeedback: A step- In the lead article, Inna Khazan discusses overbreathing, by-step guide for training and practice with mindfulness. Oxford, UK: John Wiley and Sons. a common behavioral breathing dysregulation that con- McGrady, A., & Moss, D. (2013). Pathways to illness, pathways tributes to both emotional and medical disorders. Over- to health. New York, NY: Springer. breathing leads to deficiencies in carbon dioxide, respiratory McGrady, A., & Moss, D. (in preparation). Integrative pathways: alkalosis, and systemic physiological imbalances. She Navigating chronic illness with a mind-body-spirit approach. provides a practical overview of the physiology of New York, NY: Springer. respiration and overbreathing, and a detailed guide to using mindfulness-based skills in teaching healthy breathing. Donald Moss describes changes in the face of illness in the past 100 years, and proposes that integrative medicine is better suited than a purely biomedicine approach to address the biopsychosocial aspect of modern illness. He also emphasizes the importance of a mindfulness-based ap- proach for integrative healthcare. His article introduces the concepts of the mindful practitioner, the mindful treatment encounter, mindful engagement of the patient, and mindfulness as treatment. Donald Moss Inna Khazan Saul Rosenthal provides an introduction to managing chronic pain through integrating biofeedback training with Correspondence: Donald Moss, PhD, 9782 Lakeshore Drive, West mindfulness. He shows how ‘‘watching the screen’’ during Olive, MI 49460, email: dmoss@saybrook.edu. biofeedback training can enhance mindful awareness. He presents a case narrative of a woman in her 20s with

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