One two hour session.
US Monday, April 11: 6 pm - 8 pm EDT
(Australia Tuesday, April 12: 8 am - 10 am AEST)
For many of our clients, arousal is only one of several issues they have. How do we select protocols for the wide variety of symptoms and comorbidities we see in our clients? This webinar presents a practical model that incorporates arousal and extends it into symptom categories that correlate with EEG patterns and provides a framework for protocol selection and protocol adjustment.
Describe a model of symptom-based neurofeedback protocols.
Describe how to expand the arousal model to include other disorders.
Describe how to prioritise certain clusters of symptoms.
Describe how client sensitivity can affect neurofeedback training.
Explain the basics of EEG assessment.
Describe the relationship between EEG assessment and neurofeedback as seen in this model.
This presentation will address the following issues:
1. Arousal level
2. Instability – ABI
3. Instability – Seizures, migraine
5. Emotional Trauma
6. Chronic Pain
8. Sensory Issues
9. Learning Disabilities
10. Perceptual Distortions
11. Tics, movement disorders
12. Extreme sensitivity
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EEG Education & Research is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. EEG Education & Research maintains responsibiilty for this program and its content.
This session qualifies you for 2 CE credit hours.
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