Neurofeedback In A Clinical Practice
October 17, 18, 19, and 20, 2022
The course will take place at Western Carolina University at Biltmore Park.
"For psychotherapists seeking to help improve their clients' emotional, cognitive and behavioral functioning (and perhaps their own!) with neurofeedback, I recommend learning from Ed Hamlin. Ed is both a clinical and neuropsychologist with broad and deep experience in both fields. Perhaps even more importantly, he is an excellent teacher. His hands-on neurofeedback courses are accessible, thought-provoking and clinically informed. They deserve their reputation for excellence."
(Therapist & Author of Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: Calming the Fear-Driven Brain)
In-Person Introduction to Neurofeedback Training
Dr. Ed Hamlin & Dr. Mary Ammerman
This course entitles you to 36 BCIA & 32 APA CE Hours
Neurofeedback in a Clinical Practice
Through didactic presentations and hands-on training, learn the tools and therapeutic skills to incorporate clinical neurofeedback into your practice.
Intensive hands-on practicum over 4 days with equipment provided on site.
• The basic properties of the EEG
• The underlying science of Neurofeedback and the research to support efficacy
• The basic organization and anatomy of the brain
• Assessment and protocol selection - and more!
LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE (MAX 30)
Due to COVID-19, to maintain a safe learning environment, all attendees must email proof of full vaccination before coming to the course.
The course venue is currently not requiring masks, but attendees should have one handy as this policy could change while the course is underway.
We will be taking precautions against Monkeypox by disinfecting equipment in between uses. Masks and disinfectant wipes will be available to attendees.
Attendees are responsible for their own lodging and meals which are not included in the registration fee.