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ANSA 12th Annual Conference & Workshops in Brisbane, Australia, 16 - 20 August 2018

Conference & Workshop registration options now closed

 

 Conference Handbook now here

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CONFERENCE FREEBIE - Fantastic prerecorded keynote by Dave Siever (donating his fee to Aussie Farmers Appeal).

Transcranial DC Stimulation History, Physiology & Clinical Applications

Transcranial DC Stimulation (tDCS) is a neuro-stimulation technique used to enhance brain function by placing electrodes at specific locations on the scalp that represent functions in the brain, and then putting a small electrical current through the brain. There are currently 1200 studies showing tDCS is effective in improving academic performance, problem solving, math skills, musical ability as well as recovery from stroke, including sensori-motor issues and aphasias. TDCS has been successfully used to treat a wide variety of maladies, including depression, anxiety, substance abuse and closed-head injuries.

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With thanks to our Silver Sponsors: Neurotherapy Institute of Australia, Biomedical.com, OchsLabs Australasia, Institute of Functional Neuroscience, NovaTech EEG, Brain, Mind & Memory Institute, Medilink Australia, TALI Health , NeuroTech Solutions, and the neuroCare Group.

 

Workshops by EEG Education & Research - Silver Sponsor ANSA Conference 2018

The goal of our trainings is to produce competent neurofeedback practitioners. Such practitioners are able to integrate their understanding of symptom presentation, brain function and EEG into a coherent neurofeedback treatment strategy, and then monitor and adjust that strategy throughout treatment.

The 4-day Neurofeedback in a Clinical Practice  training course is the first step in that process. It will give clinicians the necessary basic skills and understanding to use neurofeedback equipment in a professional setting, applying eyes open neurofeedback protocols. Courses are offered throughout Australia. Please contact us for current schedule of events.

Telephone: 02 8268 8888 For more information, contact Dr Moshe Perl in Melbourne on Ph: +61 3 9533 0555 or visit the website at http://www.neurotherapy.com.au/index/Courses 

 

Workshops by NovaTech EEG - Silver Sponsor ANSA Conference 2018

BCIA and QEEG Certification Didactic Training Course

REGISTER: info@novatecheeg.com or +1 (480) 219-3048

Course Dates: tbc, please contact for forthcoming schedule of events (including August 2018 in Brisbane)

Course Times: 08:00- 18:00 daily
Course Location: tbc, Brisbane Southbank Precinct

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.

 

Workshops by STARTTS

Workshops are offered by STARTTS  in relation to the treatment of torture and trauma patients at various times throughout the year. Please check out their webpage for any upcoming workshops: http://www.startts.org.au/training/ 

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