11th ANSA Annual Conference

  • 25 Aug 2017
  • 29 Aug 2017
  • Hotel Kurrajong, Canberra, Australia

Registration

  • Cross-Frequency Coupling as a Unifying Pathophysiology for Brain Disorders Treated by Neurofeedback and Brain Stimulation: Jay Gunkelman, Theresia Stoeckl, & Dirk De Ridder collaborate to present this workshop (Friday 25/8/17) The workshop explains how neurofeedback, infraslow network (sLORETA) neurofeedback, transcranial magnetic stimulation, and transcranial electrical stimulation (tDCS, tACS, tRNS) might influence maladaptive symptom-generating networks.
  • Fred Shaffer will offer a BCIA-accredited workshop to address the General Biofeeedback Blueprint - Monday - Tuesday 28 & 29 August 2017.

    For biofeedback/neurofeedback practitioners, psychologists, clinical counsellors, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, nurses, physicians, and other health care professionals and academicians interested in utilizing heart rate variability (HRV) biofeedback in their practice or research. This workshop will cover all 15 hours of the BCIA HRV Biofeedback Certificate of Completion Blueprint and will cover cardiac anatomy and physiology, respiratory anatomy and physiology, autonomic nervous system anatomy and physiology, heart rate variability, HRV instrumentation, HRV measurements, HRV biofeedback training strategies, and HRV biofeedback applications. Attendees will complete BCIA's 15-hour didactic requirement for the HRV Biofeedback Certificate of Completion. Attendees will gain practical knowledge about HRV and breathing assessment and training.
  • Full conference registrations includes one Friday Reception (canapes and drinks) ticket. Please purchase extra for your guest/s.
  • Full conference registrations includes one Saturday Gala (dinner and drinks) ticket. Please purchase extra for your guest/s.
  • Members rate to register for the full conference program, 25-27 August 2017, including Friday Welcome Reception, Saturday & Sunday conference registration, and the Saturday Gala Dinner.
  • Non-member registration for the full conference program, 25-27 August 2017, including Friday Welcome Reception, Saturday & Sunday conference registration, and the Saturday Gala Dinner.
  • Saturday program includes presentations by Dirk de Ridder, Jay Gunkelman and Tanami Sonter. Saturday conference registration does not include the Gala Dinner. Please buy that ticket separately. Catering is provided for morning and afternoon teas and lunch.
  • Sunday program includes presentations by Fred Shaffer, Leslie Sherlin & Trevor Brown. Catering provided for morning and afternoon teas and lunch.
  • Friday Welcome Reception, Saturday & Sunday conference registration, and the Saturday Gala Dinner (25-27 August 2017).

Neurofeedback researchers and practitioners, and other professionals interested in applied neuroscience, are cordially invited to the annual workshops and conference of the Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia to be held in Canberra, Australia, August 2017.  

Biofeedback for the Mind and Body:

Windows for Regulation

 

ANSA’s 2017 conference will include Keynote Addresses from outstanding international presenters including Dirk de Ridder, Jay Gunkelman, and Fred Shaffer.  The weekend conference program, on the 26th & 27th August, will be preceded by a 1-day Advanced QEEG workshop with Jay Gunkelman, Theresia Stoeckl, Dirk De Ridder on Friday 25th August and a 2-day Biofeedback workshop with Fred Shaffer will follow the conference on the 28th & 29th August 2017.

 

Whether in research laboratories, performance training or health centres, the advantage of self-regulation methodologies is finding the sun! Our bodies and minds are complex interactive systems that respond, adapt and grow in response to many kinds of information.  Being able to enter these feedback loops and guide aspects of ourselves towards greater achievement is both challenging and exciting.  This conference will focus on encouraging us to widen our aperture to perceive the advantage of integrating biofeedback techniques in our work.

Jon Hegg, ANSA President 2015 - 2017

Hotel Kurrajong is our magnificent venue – an art déco masterpiece that, at the dawn of our nation, housed Canberra’s first parliamentarians and celebrated its 90th birthday this year. Hotel Kurrajong has been refurbished to its original grandeur, with modern specifications to ensure our conference delegates have access to professional work facilities and comfortable on-site accommodations.

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