This 4-part course is intended for practitioners, therapists or researchers interested in applying evidence-based applications of Neurofeedback. Presenters will discuss the latest research and evidence for Neurofeedback as a therapy tool for ADHD and sleep problems, focusing on the importance of QEEG in personalising therapy programs and discussing relevant theory.
Participants will gain familiarity in evidence-based Neurofeedback protocols: Theta/Beta, SMR (Sensory Motor Rhythm) and SCP (Slow Cortical Potentials). A further component of the course is to demonstrate how simple, wearable Actigraphy Sleep Assessments can inform our interpretation of QEEG and devise an appropriate neurofeedback therapy program.
Case studies and clinical embedding will be discussed with a focus on the treatment of ADHD and Insomnia.
Dr Trevor Brown
Senior Neuroscientist, neuroCare Group Australia
Dr Martijn Arns
Founder & Research Director, Brainclinics (Netherlands)
Dr Mark Ryan
Psychiatrist & Clinical Director, neuroCare Australia
Joris van Neijenhof, Msc
Senior Clinician & Neuropsychologist, neuroCare Netherlands
*For professionals intending to administer Neurofeedback, additional hands-on training workshops will be arranged onsite at neuroCare Clinics (Australia, Germany, Netherlands) when travel and gathering restrictions are eased. Further details to be announced after the online course.
This practical implementation is needed in order to receive your Neurofeedback certification, recognised by The Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA, Board Certified in Neurofeedback).
If you have any questions related to obtaining your BCIA certification, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org