PRESENTER: Jon Bale and Dr. Paul Swingle
DATE: To be decided; contact the BFE at firstname.lastname@example.org to setup up a date
CE Credit for psychologists is granted on a one credit per one contact hour basis.
This class is suited for novice or experienced practitioners that wish to integrate Dr. Swingle's ClinicalQ and BrainDryvr method into their practice. Attendees will learn how to assess and train with neurofeedback, following the use BFE's ClinicalQ & BrainDryvr software suite over four 90-minute lessons. By the end of the class, users will be able to record a ClinicalQ neurofeedback assessment on a subject, identify and remove any fake data (artifacts), generate and interpret the ClinicalQ assessment report, create a treatment plan, select and test the effectiveness of harmonics, setup-up a BrainDryvr training session and interpret training progress.
Jon Bale is the primary instructor for lessons 1, 2 and 4, with Dr. Swingle attending the 3rd session.
Lesson 1 - Introduction to the Swingle method; introduction to the basics of brainwaves and neurofeedback; recording a ClinicalQ Assessment; review of recorded data and artifact rejection process to remove fake data.
Lesson 2 - Generating and interpreting the ClinicalQ Assessment Excel Report; treatment planning based on results; introduction to the use of subliminal harmonics; recording Harmonic-Testing Scripts to verify effectiveness of a harmonic; generating and interpreting the Harmonics Reports, introduction to the BrainDryvr Training Protocols
Lesson 3 - Dr. Swingle interprets the ClinicalQ Assessment Excel Reports generated by participants of the class, as well as answers questions and reviews case examples.
Lesson 4 - Setting up parameters of the BrainDryvr Training Protocols; interpreting training results and coaching for subject success
At the end of the class, participants will have a basic understanding of Dr. Swingle's methodology using the BFE's "ClinicalQ & BrainDryvr Suite" for use with Thought Technology's equipment.
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