Serving as bridge from Sebern’s recent webinars on developmental trauma and dissociation to Ruth’s upcoming webinar series (presenting her research on the enduring impact of early life trauma on the human brain -- beginning September 15th), this two-hour live conversation focuses on how the traumatized brain gives rise to symptoms such as dissociation, balance problems, somatic disturbances and most profoundly the capacity to have a sense of a self and an other. This is a 2-hour conversation, recorded webinar, with lecture and discussion, and lively Q & A.
Strengthen your understanding of the ethics of running a successful practice including practitioner training, patient assessment and ongoing practice development. Required CEs are available. Wednesday, June 24, 4 pm EDT Wednesday, July 1, 4 pm EDT Wednesday, July 8, 4 pm EDT
About the webinar In this one-hour recorded webinar, Dr. Presniak explains the basic EEGer screen, how the EEG data may relate to your client symptoms, how to make adjustments during and between sessions, tips to know if you are on the right protocol, and how you can use the EEG data to understand your client more deeply. Dr. Presniak. will also provide examples of how you can use the data in front of you to facilitate your client’s neurofeedback training. The webinar is 60 minutes. It is recorded. Get in touch if you are looking for live opportunities to learn from Dr. Presniak.
In this 8-session live online course, we will review 4 common EEG patterns associated with over and under arousal, ensure proper placement of 10-20 sites, walk through the steps of training a client from explaining neurofeedback and setting realistic client goals to assessing symptoms, recording and interpreting 2 site mini maps, selecting and adjusting protocols, using effective coaching strategies, managing thresholds, and evaluating client progress.
This registration is for the series of sessions beginning July 1, with live sessions at 1pm EST Wednesdays. For timezone details please see the schedule. Each semester consists of six (6) live group online mentoring sessions. These sessions are recorded and available for you to review for a month after they are posted (typically a week after the live session).The format of the mentoring sessions is usually that clinicians share a case they would like to discuss. As the group size is small, there is time for everyone to share.You are encouraged to bring your questions, your case histories, your thoughts, and your ideas about trauma, therapy, and neurofeedback.
Abuse, assault and neglect in early childhood impact every major system in the human brain from the brainstem to the cortex, from the sense of balance to the sense of self. These disruptions in brain development have far reaching implications for the treatment of those who have suffered these histories.This two-part recorded webinar lecture series explores an integrated therapeutic approach using trauma-informed psychotherapy, neurofeedback, and trauma-informed body work to deeply address the terrible aftermath of developmental trauma.