Neurofeedback in a Clinical Practice

In-Person Introduction to Neurofeedback Training

Presented by Dr. Ed Hamlin, PhD, Dr. Mary Ammerman, PsychD, & Anna Morrell, MCMHC, BCN

at Western Carolina University at Biltmore Park, Ashville, North Carolina

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May 21-24, 2024, 36 Hour In-Person Course

Four-day introductory course with didactic presentations and hands-on training. 

Limited Seats - Register today to secure your space!

This is our recommended option for in-person neurofeedback training. It is appropriate for any professional looking to use neurofeedback in a clinical capacity, regardless of their existing experience with the modality.

In addition to being relevant for those in mental health and healtcare related fields, this course also serves as a great refresher for current neurofeedback practitioners or technicians. Scholarships available for recent graduates or those from marginalized communities.

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A Comprehensive Approach to the Clinical Application of Neurofeedback

"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."

Sebern Fisher, Therapist & Author of Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: Calming the Fear-Driven Brain

This Course is Suitable For...

Any professional in mental health or healthcare related fields including:

  • Clinical Psychologists
  • Neuropsychologists
  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Educational Therapists
  • Clinical Social Workers
  • Counselors
  • Rehabilitation Specialists
  • Academic Researchers in Neurophysiology
  • Biofeedback Practitioners
  • Therapists

It also serves as a valuable refresher for current neurofeedback practitioners or technicians.

Course Includes...

  • Comprehensive approach to clinical neurofeedback application
  • Four-day intensive in-person training with didactic presentations and hands-on practicum
  • Provided EEGer neurofeedback systems for practical application
  • Gain clear overview and evaluation skills for client suitability
  • Learn protocol selection and implementation using computerized instrumentation
  • Integrate neurofeedback confidently into your individual practice
  • Further professional development through recommended courses and clinical mentoring

Importantly, this course is more than just a four-day training - it connects you to a community of caring and passionate clinicians who have found success with neurofeedback.

To further enhance your expertise, we recommend exploring additional courses and clinical mentoring opportunities following this introductory training. Our team can help with guidance following training!

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About the Instructors

Dr. Ed Hamlin, PhD

Dr. Ed Hamlin, Clinical Director of the Institute for Applied Neuroscience, Asheville, NC, is a psychologist with extensive experience in neurofeedback and applied psychophysiology. He has taught at renowned universities and currently holds adjunct faculty positions at Western Carolina University and the University of North Carolina Medical Center. Dr. Hamlin's expertise lies in applied neuroscience, brain/mind relationships, and neuroplasticity. He conducts research, presents workshops, and serves as a consultant and supervisor worldwide. His current research focuses on the effects of early abuse and neglect on brain development and studying brain activity in individuals with eating disorders.

Dr. Mary Ammerman, PsychD

Dr. Mary Ammerman believes that all people possess both the power and the ability to heal themselves. To assist with this process, she uses a combination of mindfulness cognitive skills training, acceptance and commitment therapy,  applied neuroscience, neurofeedback, warmth, and humor in her practice. Mary also teaches introductory neurofeedback courses with Dr. Hamlin and mentors other neurofeedback providers throughout the U.S, Canada, and Australia.  In her free time, she loves spending time with her husband and friends, taking advantage of Asheville’s live music scene, beautiful hiking trails, and incredible restaurants whenever possible!

Anna Morrell, MCMHC, BCN

Anna is a part of the dynamic team at The Institute for Applied Neuroscience. She holds dual independent mental health counseling licenses in North Carolina and Massachusetts and is Board Certified in Neurofeedback.

In addition to counseling, Anna offers mentoring, consultation, instructs for our online introductory training, and hosts original courses such as Up-Down Regulation and Regulating the Developing Brain.

Anna specializes in work with children, adolescents, and caregivers, incorporating Neurofeedback, Art Therapy, and Sensory Modulation into clinical sessions with those impacted by developmental trauma and neurodiversity.

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