New course for professionals
Learn to Read the EEG for Neurofeedback (Fundamentals)
If you’re a neurofeedback practitioner, you probably want to know as much about reading EEGs as possible. However, like many of us, you may have trouble finding the time to expand your formal training.
That challenge is now easier than ever, thanks to a groundbreaking course being offered through the Center for Brain Training to our network of professionals. This course is taught by Moshe Perl, PhD, one of the world’s foremost neurofeedback practitioners and mentors. It’s being presented by NIA, a trailblazer in cutting edge neurofeedback education.
Dr. Perl’s course is designed to enhance your confidence in interpreting EEGs. It will also teach you how to access the power of single-channel EEG analysis in just four hours that you complete at your own pace. Making it even more enticing is that you can earn 3.5 hours of BCIA recertification credit.
“There’s been a need for years for a resource like this course,” said Mike Cohen, director of the Center for Brain Training and author of Neurofeedback 101: Rewiring the Brain for ADHD, Anxiety, Depression and Beyond (without medication). “Dr. Perl has done a remarkable job of laying out this information in a logical step-by-step guide. It makes effective core protocols easier to learn and to implement.”
About the course
Dr. Perl provides the foundation of a genuine understanding of EEG analysis by showing the power of single-channel measurements. He shares his unique and expansive knowledge from his two decades of clinical practice, teaching and mentoring, in the context of neurofeedback protocol selection.
The course’s format is a recorded video lecture (which you can access at any time and for as long as you wish). It includes:
- Orientation to the EEG
- Artifact identification
- Average values
- Normative comparisons
- Mini-map assessments
- Analysis of average values of the EEG bands at a variety of sites (the bulk of the course)
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Who the course is for
Neurofeedback practitioners at all levels* can benefit from this course, from those early in their career to advanced practitioners who have used computer-generated qEEG reports and want a more hands-on understanding of EEG.
How do you know if what you’re seeing in the EEG is actual EEG or artifact? Artifact can significantly distort measured data which in turn can have a significant impact on effective neurofeedback protocols. Understanding average values empowers practitioners to select and optimize training protocols more effectively.
In this course, engaging video lectures cover foundational topics like orientation to the EEG, artifact identification, average values, normative comparisons, and mini-map assessments, with the bulk of the course covering analysis of average values of the EEG bands at a variety of sites.
This course assumes a minimum level of competency in concepts relating to neurofeedback, including:
- Knowing how to prep clients for neurofeedback
- Competency in operating neurofeedback hardware and software
- An understanding of the 10-20 location system
- Having taken an introductory neurofeedback course
- Knowing the fundamentals of EEG wave analysis
Those wanting BCIA recertification credit
will be required to pass the test at the end of the course.
The cost of the course is $495.
However, for a limited time you can purchase the course for just $395 when you register through our website.
* This course assumes that enrollees already possess a basic understanding of amplitude neurofeedback and have access to equipment that allows them to adjust neurofeedback protocols. Ideally students will have already completed a basic hands-on course in neurofeedback and/or a BCIA certified course in neurofeedback.
About the Instructor
Dr. Perl is a clinical psychologist and expert in neurofeedback and EEG. He’s been teaching and mentoring in the field for over 20 years and is known for his ability to take difficult subjects and communicate them in simple, understandable, accessible ways.
In his spare time, Moshe enjoys making music (guitar and singing), watching Australian Rules Football (AFL), playing with his grandchildren, and engaging in a good theological or philosophical discussion.