Dr Rien Breteler - Post-conference workshop

  • 05 Aug 2008
  • 8:30 AM - 5:29 PM
  • Sydney

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Dr Rien Breteler
The QEEG and how to translate it into Neurotherapy protocols for patterns associated with Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, Tourette Syndrome and OCD. A Phenotype Approach.

Background:

Research has shown that QEEG-guided neurofeedback is superior to the symptom based approach.

In earlier approaches to Neurofedback, normalization of deviant activity was promoted in order to decrease a range of complaints. Recently however, EEG phenotypes have been suggested.

Although most research concerns itself with EEG power, recently the role of coherence has received more attention.

The workshop:
  • An introduction into EEG, QEEG and phenotypes in depression, anxiety, ADHD, Tourette Syndrome and OCD.
  • The morphology of the raw EEG and its importance for QEEG maps
  • Hands-on QEEG interpretation 
  • How to describe QEEG maps
  • Protocol development based on QEEG Phenotypes  

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