The Trichromatic Theory of Equilibrium
of the Vegetative Nervous System

The Trichromatic Theory of Equilibrium of the Vegetative Nervous System (T.T.E of VNS) is an application of the Trichromatic Theory of Equilibrium of Systems (T.T.E.S.) on the analysis of the Vegetative Nervous System.
The T.T.E.S. and the T.T.E. of SNV have been presented:

- at the International Summer Conference, Catania, Italy, 2003;

- at the XII° National Congress of the Italian Association for Behavioural Analysis,
Modification and Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies
(AIAMC), Pescara, Italy, 2003;

 - at the 6th International Congress of Cognitive Psychotherapy (ICCP), Rome, Italy, 2008:
"The Peripheral Biofeedback and the Trichromatic Theory of Equilibrium of the
Vegetative Nervous System
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- at the 14th Annual Biofeedback Foundation of Europe (BFE) Meeting, Rome, Italy, 2010:
“The Future of Peripheral Biofeedback: The Trichromatic Theory of Equilibrium of
the Vegetative Nervous System
Download pdf                                                                                “The hyperventilation: a privileged model for a quantitative and qualitative valuation of the psychophisiological activation with the Trichromatic Theory of Equilibrium of the Vegetative Nervous System”Download pdf

- at the 40th Congress of the European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies (EABCT), Milan, Italy, 2010:
“The LTDR: a new specialist procedure of psychotherapeutic treatment of fearful and traumatic memories with the Peripheral Biofeedback and the Trichromatic Theory of Equilibrium of  the Vegetative Nervous System”

- at the 15th Annual Biofeedback Foundation of Europe (BFE) Meeting, Munich, Germany, 2011:
“A new specialist procedure of psychotherapeutic treatment: the Long Term Depression and Reprocessing of fearful and traumatic memories”

- at the 7th International Congress of Cognitive Psychotherapy (ICCP), Istanbul, Turkey, 2011:
"Relationships among Long-Term Depression, Long-Term Depression and Reprocessing of  fearful and traumatic memories, and Mindfulness"

The PDF about these themes will be available as soon as possible.

Dr. Nunzio Bonaventura
Via Secchia, 14 - 04100 - Latina - Italy
Telephone: +390773479748 / +393477226751
E-mail:nunzio.bonaventura@libero.it