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Workshops by EEG Education & Research

- Silver Sponsor ANSA 2017 Conference

Discovering & Creating Solutions, representing EEGer in Australasia

Dr Moshe Perl and the team at Discovering & Creating Solutions are here to assist with your professional neurofeedback needs. Come visit our stall at the ANSA conference in Canberra to hear about the new services that we are providing and to see the latest games available on the EEGer system.

EEG Education and Research (EEGer) produces high quality, user-friendly neurofeedback software, education services and professional clinical support for neurofeedback practitioners. We provide sales and Australia-based technical support for EEGer products as well as hardware and consumables.

In addition to representing EEGer, we offer a number of courses in neurofeedback and EEG from entry to advanced levels. These are taught by Dr Perl, who with over 15 years of teaching experience and 30 years of clinical experience, is considered to be one of the foremost neurofeedback educators in Australia.

See our website for upcoming courses, including our BCIA approved entry-level neurofeedback course which we will be running in the lead up to the conference.

Dr Perl is also a professional mentor to many in the field. In order to make his expertise more accessible, we are now providing online group supervision and web-based learning.

Contact us at: eegeroz@gmail.com or www.neurotherapy.com.au or ph 03 95330555.

 

Workshops by neuroCare

- Silver Sponsor ANSA 2017 Conference

 

Learn to treat ADHD, Depression and OCD with sustainable, drug-free and evidence-based neuromodulation techniques.

For further details, visit our training page: www.neurocaregroup.com/neurocademy-australia.html
Call 1300 149 300 to speak with a Training Consultant, or write to sydney@neurocaregroup.com

rTMS Workshop (2-days)
August 15 - August 16 with Dr. Martijn Arns
The technique of repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation has become increasingly sought-after as a sustainable and drug-free intervention for MDD and OCD. For more than fifteen years Dr. Arns has pioneered the application of EEG based personalised medicine and rTMS in combination with psychotherapy with a 55% remission rate in treatment resistant depression. Participants will become familiar with how to administer rTMS, receiving hands-on practice with TMS devices.

Neurofeedback Workshop (4-days) (BCIA Accredited – 36 hours)
August 18 - August 21 with Dr. Martijn Arns
Over the last decade Dr. Arns has pioneered the application of QEEG-informed Neurofeedback and is the most published researcher in this field, having demonstrated 75% efficacy in the treatment of ADHD and sleep problems. Participants will gain an understanding of how to validly apply neurofeedback in clinical and research settings. This workshop particularly focuses on the role of sleep hygiene in diagnosis and management of symptoms. Participants will receive dedicated hands-on training with various neurofeedback devices. This workshop is based on the international 36-hour didactic neurofeedback blueprint of the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA).

SCP Neurofeedback Workshop (2- days)
November 11 - November 12 with Dr. Ute Strehl
The Slow Cortical Potentials Neurofeedback protocol is gaining increasing interest among practitioners in Australia after a recent multicentre trial confirmed its efficacy as a sustainable, drug-free therapy for ADHD in Children. This study was led by Dr. Strehl who has pioneered the application of the SCP protocol for more than 15 years. As a standardised protocol, the SCP approach is already widely applied in Europe in Psychology and Behavioural Therapy practices. Dr. Strehl will cover the neurophysiological foundations, learning theory and technical requirements of this application with participants gaining hands-on practice with the THERAPRAX® MOBILE device.

Course Instructors

Dr. Martijn Arns
Dr. Arns is a leading expert on neurofeedback and personalised medicine in ADHD and Depression. Over the last decade, he has pioneered the application of QEEG-informed neurofeedback and rTMS for these conditions and is the most published researcher in this area. Courses held by Dr. Arns are highly sought-after, with participants travelling from all over the world to attend his workshops, usually held in Nijmegen. Dr. Arns visits Australia in August 2017.

Dr. Ute Strehl
Dr. Strehl is Assistant Professor at the Institute for Medical Psychology and Behavioural Neurobiology, University of Tübingen, Germany. Ute is well-regarded as a pioneer of Slow Cortical Potentials neurofeedback with more than 70 publications in the field. Dr. Strehl lead a breakthrough study, recently published, which confirms the efficacy of (SCP) Neurofeedback as a scientifically valid intervention for ADHD. Dr. Strehl is sponsored by neuroCare Group to visit Australia in November 2017.

 

 

Workshop by NovaTech EEG

BCIA and QEEG Certification Didactic Training Course

REGISTER:  braintraining@tpg.com.auPh/Fax: 02 6282 6380; Mob: 0419 421 420

Course Dates: Saturday 20 August through Wednesday 23 August 2017.

Course Times: 08:00- 18:00 daily
Course Location: Brain Training Centre 2/42 Thesiger Court Deakin ACT 2611

Course Costs: $1499 AUD (Includes electronic materials, refreshment breaks and certificate of

completion. Application fees for BCIA or QEEG certification are not included.)

Course Instructors: Leslie Sherlin PhD, CC-AASP, QEEGD, BCN, BCB; & Jon Hegg, MA Psych, BCN

Course Description:  Nova Tech EEG is an accredited training course for both BCIA and QEEG certification boards.  This 4 day training course satisfies the didactic requirements for both the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance neurofeedback blueprint and the QEEG Certification Board quantitative electroencephalography blueprint.

More information available from this download.

 

ANSA 11th Annual Conference & Workshops

All workshop and conference registration options are available from the conference Register link below. 

 

 

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