As more and more therapists have reached the conclusion that the DSM is an insufficient tool for clinical success, many clinicians are looking to analysis of the EEG for answers. It turns out that understanding the electrophysiological function of the brain can provide critical insights into how someone will respond, and what therapy they will respond to.
Pioneer in the fields of qualitative brain scan analysis and QEEG, Jay Gunkelman presents this 6-part series on the EEG.
Jay Gunkelman has been advising therapists in learning to understand brain function for over three decades. Having analyzed over 500,000 EEGs since 1972, published and participated in hundreds of research papers, articles, books and meetings internationally, Jay Gunkelman is widely recognized as an authority on the EEG.
What's in these six sessions:
- EEG and medication/drug effects
- Epileptiform/paroxysmal EEG
- The endoophenotype model with associated conditions
- The aging brain from developmental disorders to dementia
- The science and effectiveness of neurofeedback
- EEG patterns requiring medical or other interventions