Live Neurofeedback Workshops & Courses

ISF sLORETA Online Workshop

Infraslow sLORETA is a 19 channel or full cap neurofeedback intervention that trains behavioral networks in deeper structures of cortex. It is performed on the BrainMaster Discovery amplifier. An amplifier is necessary to perform the training but not to attend the workshop. If you do purchase equipment or have a Discovery amplifier, a license is required to unlock the ISF sLORETA software.


Bipolar ISF Online Workshop

ISF Bipolar is a 2 channel intervention that requires 5 electrodes. It can be done with a Brainmaster 2EB+, an Atlantis 2x2 or 4x4, or a Discovery anplifier. The method pivots on the determination of an optimum frequency (OF) that is trained for each individual client. In the didactic portion of the workshop, the OF determination process will be demonstrated along with a discussion of the equipment and optimal signal processing requirements necessary to accomplish effective training. The practicum portion of the course will span a full week for all practitioners to have several opportunities for hands on training in the optimization process, in their practices or homes depending on the local areas Covid-19 response limitations. The second day will be spent evaluating outcomes to adjust treatment accordingly. Once optimization is complete next steps will be discussed. The emphasis on the workshop practicum will provide students with the necessary tools to integrate ISF training in clinical practice.

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Equipment Agnostic QEEG Workshop

An equipment agnostic covers topics such as EEG data acquisition, artifact identification and removal, feature extraction, and interpretation of QEEG results. Participants would learn how to perform these tasks using different EEG systems, allowing them to apply their knowledge across various equipment setups. Our approach ensures that participants gain a versatile skill set that can be applied regardless of the specific EEG equipment available to them.

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