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Attuned Neurofeedback Mentoring Course

with Ellen Shaw-Smith, LICSW, BCN and Dr. Clair Goldberg, PsyD, BCN

November 4, 11, and 18, 2022 | December 2, 9, and 16, 2022 | January 6, 13, 20, and 27, 2023

12 PM - 1:30 PM ET

This mentoring course comes with a bonus of two on-demand courses, one led by each of the presenters, Ellen Shaw-Smith and Dr. Clair Goldberg.
Details below!

Our Attuned Neurofeedback Mentoring Course offers structured mentoring support for clinicians serving the general population, clients with trauma, and people with more sensitive nervous systems. This 10-week program provides neurofeedback within a therapeutic frame that integrates the foundational arousal model of neurofeedback with emerging, evidence-based practice for a full range of clients. 

Led by experienced clinicians Dr. Clair Goldberg, PsyD, BCN, and Ellen Shaw-Smith, LICSW, BCN, who have over three decades of combined neurofeedback success, your presenters will help strengthen your skills in assessment, protocol design and adjustment, and the integration of change within the frame of your clients’ therapeutic goals.

Whether you are just starting out or wanting to elevate your intermediate level of practice, you will explore the approaches and traditions of brain training pioneers such as Dr. Ed Hamlin, Sebern Fisher, and Dr. Ruth Lanius. Working within a research-based, client-centered approach treating each person and each brain as unique, this course provides simplified steps to completing a range of BCIA requirements while also earning Continuing Education credits.

If your goals in providing neurofeedback and psychotherapy are to support self-regulation, achieve optimal functioning, and improve clinical success, you won't want to miss this.

A Note on Seating Limitations:

This course is designed to take advantage of small group mentoring for a personalized experienced. We are currently capping the course at 18 attendees, two groups of 9. If interest proves to be much more, we will make an effort to provide a third date or time slot. So don't hesitate, enroll today!

This course entitles you to a total of 6 CE Credit Hours.

You'll also gain access to the recordings of the Assessing Assessments: How Neuroscience Research is Transforming Clinical Assessment by Dr. Clair Goldberg and the Tracking Neurofeedback Training Effects and Outcomes by Ellen Shaw- Smith when you register for this course.

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Presented By

Dr. Clair L. Goldberg, PsyD, BCN

Dr. Clair L. Goldberg is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Montclair, NJ. Her client-centered approach draws from psychodynamic theory and interpersonal neurobiology research. She integrates treatment with other forms of neuromodulation techniques including neurofeedback, neuromeditation and Somatic Experiencing. In addition to her private practice, she teaches the Neurophysiology of Trauma as part of the Integrative Trauma Program at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies, NYC. An experienced presenter and clinician, she specializes in neurofeedback for the treatment of developmental trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, medication reduction, as well as to enhance meditation practices and peak performance training.

Ellen Shaw-Smith, LICSW, BCN

Ellen Shaw-Smith is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified in Neurofeedback, and Certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Since attending her first introductory neurofeedback course in 2002, while working as a high school adjustment counselor, Ellen has been passionately committed to understanding the brain’s language of intelligent electrical communication. Her commitment rests on early recognition that this system, when respectfully harnessed, supports deep change via its direct interface with the brain and central nervous system.

Ellen’s early seminary education, along with her varied community mental health experience, shapes her eclectic approach to clinical neurofeedback and psychotherapy. These influences, along with extensive mentoring with trauma expert Sebern Fisher MA, BCN and neuropsychologist Dr. Ed Hamlin, prompted her to development a community education site for early and ongoing neurofeedback education in 2008.