Neurofeedback 101 Course – At Center for Brain
Our Neurofeedback 101 course is one of the few neurofeedback courses that provides an overview of a variety of major equipment, software and methods.This is also a very hands on course and has a small class size so there is plenty of time for individual questions and focused attention to all attendees. You will receive up to 5 neurofeedback sessions as well as administer 5 neurofeedback sessions. The in-person course takes place at Center for Brain.
Date: March 20th – 22nd, 2021
Skill Level: Beginners and Beyond
Neurofeedback 201 – Online Course
Skills Training, Protocol Options & Understanding the EEG – This course will help you learn how to target training based on the EEG. We will review what’s a normal EEG, what’s abnormal and what’s artifact. Most of the principles taught in the course can be applied across all neurofeedback systems. This is an online course.
Course Dates: TBA
Skill Level: This course is designed for clinicians or individuals who have already taken an introductory course.
Alpha-Theta – Online Course
Alpha-Theta can be a powerful tool to help release and reprocess the “psychological stuff” that has accumulated in our brains from a lifetime of events. It’s a great tool for reaching deeper meditative states and “getting in the zone. This is an online course.
Course Dates: TBA (recordings of previous courses are available)
Addiction Recovery Nurses “On Fire” After One-on-One Neurofeedback Training
Dorothy Denigris, R.N. (standing) and Ann Webster, R.N. are practicing doing neurofeedback on one another as they prepare to start integrating it into their practice.
Course Aids Counselor’s Decision to Add Neurofeedback to his Practice
Jesse Kessinger became interested in neurofeedback a dozen or so years ago. His brother had suffered a severe TBI and was significantly helped by neurofeedback. After observing the impact neurofeedback had on his brother, Jesse decided to consider adding neurofeedback to his practice.
He felt that Mike Cohen’s Neurofeedback 101 course would be a good place to start.
“Mike’s 3-day course is the perfect Introduction for those new to the field,” he said. “It’s an excellent immersion experience for grasping basic concepts and a good way to decide if neurofeedback is something you want to pursue in your practice.”
Texas Therapist Says Neurofeedback “Makes More Sense” After Taking Neurofeedback 201 Course
Zachary with his wife Melinda and 15-month-old son Zayden.