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ADDING BRAINSPOTTING TO YOUR NEUROFEEDBACK PRACTICE Presenter: Santiago Brand, BCN,BCB,HRV, BSP Brainspotting (BSP) locates points in the client’s visual field that help to access unprocessed trauma in the subcortical brain. Brainspotting (BSP) was discovered in 2003 by David Grand, Ph.D. Over 13,000 therapists have been trained in BSP (52 internationally), in the United States, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and Africa. Dr. Grand discovered that "Where you look affects how you feel." It is the brain activity, especially in the subcortical brain that organizes itself around that eye position. This webinar will show why Brainspotting is a good addition to your neurofeedback practice and how both techniques can reinforce and strengthen each other. EE...
THE IMPORTANCE OF NEUROFEEDBACK TREATMENT IN DEPRESSION WEBINAR RECORDING Presenter: Dr. Tanju Surmeli Neurofeedback has been used successfully in numerous cases of ADHD, depression, anxiety and mTBI. Learn the fundamentals of biomarkers findings in some psychiatric illnesses (Depression, vs Bipolar Disorder, Dementia,Anxiety Disorders, and mTBI) and be able to recognize characteristic marker analysis before neurofeedback treatment and during neurofeedback treatment. Develop a rationale intervention based on this assessment data which develops baseline NF treatment protocols for personalized medicine treatment model in depression. Learning Objectives: To be able to use one of the non-medication treatments for Depression such as neurofeedback. If depression patients ...
INTRODUCTION TO Z-SCORE NEUROFEEDBACKWEBINAR RECORDING Presenter: Ingrid Valentin There is a growing interest for Z-score practices in neurofeedback clinics and research. Practitioners as well as clients need to understand what this actually means. If training towards a z-score is not training you “to become average”, what is it then? In this webinar you will learn some basic statistics, implications of z-score for therapeutic and peak performance applications, as well as the benefits and contra-indications of z-score neurofeedback training. All of this is illustrated with practical cases. This webinar is at a basic to intermediate level and open to clinicians, therapists and (potential) clients. Learning Objectives 1. Explain what a Z-score is and how it relates to an...
CERTIFICATION EXAM BFE Level III The Level III BFE certification certifies that the individual, in addition to having an accurate knowledge of biofeedback, is able to apply it. Access to the level III exam is reserved for clinical and health professionals only. To obtain Level III certification it is necessary to pass a written test, an oral test and a practical test. In order to carry out the Level III exam, it is necessary to have biofeedback equipment available. Individuals who want to obtain a Level III BFE certification must pass an online exam related to the teaching received. The Level III exam includes: - Multiple choice written questions - Oral questions - Practice test After enrollment, the BFE will contact you to confirm the courses attended and to de...
ANXIETY AND NEUROFEEDBACK Presenter: Ingrid Valentin Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness, with over 30% of the population experiencing an anxiety disorder at some point in their life. This is why, as a neurofeedback practitioner, it is essential for you to understand anxiety and the brain. Anxiety is also a transdiagnostic symptom. This means that no matter the exact diagnosis you are working with, chances are you will encounter anxiety as a symptom. For example, anxiety is a common symptom in depression, attention problems, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, addictions, eating disorders... This webinar will help you deepen your understanding and improve your practice with anxiety symptoms and anxiety disorders. It will look at common QEEG findings, the neuroana...
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