Transforming our view of how trauma impacts us, emerging research is inspiring innovative approaches. In this two-day intensive conference, we'll explore not only how to survive, but how to thrive in the aftermath of trauma.
Organizers: Dr Ruth Lanius & Dr Cathy Malchiodi
Presenters: Patricia Vickers, Dr. Janina Fisher, Dr. Raphael Travis, Benjamin Girard, Brother Phap Linh, Richard Schwartz, Sherain Harricharan, Dr JC Hall, Amber Elizabeth Gray, Dr. Elizabeth Warson, Donna Jackson Nakazawa,
Apr 22, Apr 29, May 6 and May 13 12pm - 3pm EDT
A complete online introductory package, this course offering includes the three core components you need to get started in clinical neurofeedback.
Join these live and recorded sessions to gain the insight you need to take your therapy practice to the next level.
Intensive 6 hour recorded course
How integrating neurofeedback and therapy can transform terror into calm in survivors of developmental trauma.
This intensive online webinar course, six hour recorded course.
60 minute recorded video
In this recorded 60-minute session, Dr. Michelle Presniak does a deep dive into the EEGer therapist wave screen, and explains the basic EEGer functionality, as well as how what you are seeing in the EEG data may relate to your client symptoms.
6 Recorded Sessions
This six-part recorded webinar series explores critical brain systems affected by trauma and how altered functioning of each brain system can be associated with trauma-related symptoms.
16 sessions + Bonus Q&A
Explore an integrated therapeutic approach using trauma-informed psychotherapy, neurofeedback, and trauma-informed body work to deeply address the terrible aftermath of developmental trauma. Recorded webinar lecture series with author and pioneer Sebern Fisher.
3 Recorded Sessions
How safe we feel in the world has a profound impact on our mental health, physical health, and our immune system health. Join award-winning author Donna Jackson Nakazawa to learn the emerging science on the biophysical link between trauma, inflammation, and mental health, and how this understanding can help us prepare for the next storm.
6 Sessions illuminating the EEG
DSM is insufficient for clinical success. Understanding the electrophysiological function of the brain can provide critical insights
In these six sessions:
... and more!
2 Recorded Sessions
In this 2-session course from expert trauma clinician and teacher, Dr. Clair Goldberg, participants learn concrete ways to apply emerging neuroscience research to the assessment process to improve patient outcomes.
4 Recorded Sessions
Emerging neuroscience from from Dr Ruth Lanius illuminates effective treatment approaches for developmental trauma. Research and clinical practice with the vestibular/balance and cerebellar systems suggest new evidence for brain-training and other bottom-up therapeutic modalities.
Join this free webinar discussion to talk with EEGer mentors, clinicians who have been successfully doing neurofeedback with clients for years, and yet still remember what it was like starting out.
Learning how to do neurofeedback training can be both exciting and humbling. There is so much to learn! These conversations will help normalize your journey and help build your confidence and skills.
Help people thrive in an uncertain world.
Ongoing learning is an essential part of a growing neurotherapy practice. Beginners and experienced clinicians alike will benefit from these perspectives and fresh approaches to helping your clients achieve successful outcomes.
To help patients live their fullest lives, clinicians are seeking a new understanding of the healing process. With the stunning pace of neuroscientific discoveries, professionals can now unlock the power of the brain as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Learn from the leading lights of the field. Experienced clinicians realize that the best questions are often less "how do I do this?" and more "how do I think about this?" These experts can help you develop confidence and mastery in the challenging world of brain networks and therapy.