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research & Development

Project Healing Hive in partnership with Bee Eternal Enterprise, conducts independent research on the efficacy of holistic therapies and CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) when integrated into a cognitive behavioral health program. Our research, meta-analysis, and developed treatment models are meant to create systemic change in the standard model of treatment for mental health. Our goal is to provide quantitative data supporting the effectiveness of CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) when integrated into cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) so that these complementary services become part of the standard model of mental health care.

Integrating CAM therapies with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) causes neuroplasticity. Studies have shown this type of neuroplasticity may have the ability to improve cognition and reduce depression, anxiety, and trauma symptoms making the CBT treatment more effective.

 

We use Neurofeedback (NFB) as a noninvasive treatment for mental health issues. NFB uses sensors and a Brain Computer Interface to measure brainwaves, allowing us to observe and modulate individuals own brain’s activity. A feedback and reward system helps participants achieve brain states associated with self-regulation, attention, focus, and other improvements relative to behavioral health conditions. NFB helps address patterns of nervous system dysregulation associated with irregular brainwave activity found in mental health challenges.

Resources and Acknowledgements:

Neuroplasticity and Trauma- Can Brain Science Give Us a New Perspective on Healing? (NICABM)

Qigong-based Cognitive Therapy for Anxiety and Depression

Clinical Studies of Biofield Therapies

Complementary Therapies for Clinical Depression

Effect of Traditional Yoga, Mindfulness–based Cognitive Therapy

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our current
research projects

Beehive Immersion Therapy (BIT)

Pilot Program

Our Pilot Case Study is designed to observe the impact of BIT on participants over the course of an 8-week program.

 

Research Goals

Using Brain Computer Interface (BCI) and Neurofeedback (NFB), researchers will evaluate neuroplasticity, emotion regulation, mindfulness, and breath pattern awareness.

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Complementary
Integration
Model (CIM)

Studies show that Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAM) may help improve neuroplasticity and cognition and may decrease depression symptoms. By integrating CAM therapies into a standard model CBT plan, neuroplasticity may have the ability to improve cognition and reduce depression symptoms making the CBT treatment more effective. Neurofeedback (NFB) is a noninvasive treatment for mental health issues. NFB uses sensors and a Brain Computer Interface to measure brainwaves, allowing individuals to observe and modulate their own brain’s activity. A feedback and reward system helps patients achieve brain states associated with self-regulation, attention, focus, and other improvements relative to behavioral health conditions. NFB helps address patterns of dysregulation associated with irregular brainwave activity found in trauma.

Pilot Program

This Pilot Case Study will observe the effects of CBT integrated with CAM modalities (including Beehive Immersion Therapy (BIT), yoga, Qigong, craniosacral therapy, breathwork and word search puzzles) have on individuals with depression over a 12-week period.

 

Research Goals

Using Brain Computer Interface (BCI) and Neurofeedback (NFB), researchers will evaluate neuroplasticity, emotion regulation, mindfulness, and breath pattern awareness.

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