SLOW CORTICAL POTENTIALS (SCP) ONLINE CLASS RECORDING
Slow cortical potentials (SCPs) are a new dynamic approach to neurofeedback that moves away from measuring and training subsets of EEG activity and on to training of direct-current shifts in the whole EEG. With the availability of low cost equipment, researchers and health practitioners can now reliably add SCP training to their toolbox of interventions.
Any clinician interested in understanding the underlying brain activity related to SCPs and training them should purchase this online class recording. Linda Walker will discuss the theoretical and practical applications of SCP training based on Drs Ute Strehl and Niels Birbaumer's published papers. The active training of SCP signals will be taken from the perspective of using Thought Technology's SCP Suite.
Note: All views expressed in the sessions are solely those of the presenters and participants and not those of the BFE.
Linda Walker – MHR, LPC; As a licensed professional counselor, school counselor, and neurofeedback practitioner, Ms. Walker holds a master’s degree in Human Relations and Counseling from the University of Oklahoma and post graduate certificates in substance abuse and school counseling from Western Michigan University. She integrates a variety of methods, including biofeedback and neurofeedback, in her practice working with a general population, but has spent much of her time focusing on young offenders, recovering substance abusers and trauma survivors, both in public and private sector in Michigan.