“I am particularly grateful to Ed Hamlin for his many contributions to me and to this text. He is one of the brightest lights in this field, and he gave of his time and expertise to keep me aligned with the rapid evolution in neuroscience and in our shared passion, neurofeedback.”
Sebern Fisher, author of Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma
Introductory 4-Day Neurofeedback in the Clinical Practice
taught by Ed Hamlin, Ph.D., BCN and Mary Ammerman, PsyD, BCN
Jan 23-26, 2020 – Burbank, CA
Mar 10-13, 2020 – Asheville, NC
May 12-15, 2020 – Asheville, NC
NEUROFEEDBACK IN A CLINICAL PRACTICE (Developed by Ed Hamlin, PhD)
Instructors: Angelika Sadar, MA, BCN, BCB-HRV & Mitchell Sadar, PhD, BCN, BCB-HRV
Feb 20-23, 2020 – Chester, PA (Widener University)
Regular Price: $1395
Earlybird – 30 Day Advance: $1295
Call: 1-800-789-3456 ext.1 to register
Seating is limited – register early!
EEGER Affiliates ask about reattendee and associate discounts.
*Before booking travel, be sure to confirm registration and course dates.
*We offer 32 CEs for psychologists and 29 contact hours for Social Workers and 30.5 contact hours for Counselors.
*EEG Education & Research (EEGER) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. EEGER maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
*EEG Education & Research (EEGER) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP #6260. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. EEGER is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. . (30.5 contact hours)
*This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers for 29 Clinical Social Work continuing education contact hours.
*This didactic education program is accredited by BCIA for 36 BCIA Blueprint Hours.
The purpose of this training course is to present a comprehensive approach to the clinical application of the emerging EEG biofeedback (neurofeedback) modality. The course is intended for clinical psychologists, neuropsychologists, physicians, counselors, clinical social workers, educators, educational therapists, rehabilitation specialists and academic researchers in neurophysiology and biofeedback practitioners who have little or no background or experience with neurofeedback. It is also a good refresher course for current neurofeedback practitioners.
The course includes pre-course reading materials from selected professional texts (which you will receive via email). It is important that you give adequate time to familiarize yourself with this material. It will help you gain more from the course. The four-day course is a combination of didactic presentations and hands-on training. Multiple practicums are conducted over the four days. Neurofeedback systems are provided for practice by attendees.
Upon completion of the course, attendees will have gained a clear overview of the capabilities of the EEG biofeedback process, how to evaluate clients with respect to its possible use, how to choose an appropriate EEG biofeedback protocol and implement it on computerized instrumentation, and how the process might be used in their individual practices. We recommend additional courses and clinical consultation following this introductory course.
Ø Explain the basic functions that neurofeedback can affect.
Ø Describe the basic properties of the electroencephalogram (EEG) including
amplitude and frequency.
Ø Identify the four “Classic” EEG frequency bandwidths and their associated
Ø Describe the basic relationship between brain regulation and the EEG.
Ø Explain the association between brainwave frequencies and other measures
of autonomic arousal.
Ø Use EEG neurofeedback equipment to record and measure the EEG from
10-20 Electrode (sensor) sites.
Ø Discuss the various aspects of the EEG that can be trained.
Ø Describe what artifact signals are and can identify and produce them on
the EEG trace.
Ø Explain the history and early clinical applications of the EEG.
Ø Explain the role Dr. Barry Sterman played in identifying the
Sensory Motor Rhythm (SMR).
Ø Describe how arousal affects task performance.
Ø Describe four types of arousal and the symptoms associated with each of them.
Ø Explain the use of the arousal-based paradigm for behavior and emotional problems.
Ø Explain how to utilize symptom-based protocols.
Ø Describe the research to date on neurofeedback.
Ø Name four pathologies that have conclusive empirical support for using neurofeedback.
Ø Name other areas for which there is tentative empirical support for using neurofeedback.
Ø Discuss criticisms of neurofeedback.
Ø Describe a comprehensive assessment and can apply it to neurofeedback.
Ø Describe the use of a quantitative EEG.
Ø Explain the impact of medication on symptoms and learning.
Ø Explain professional conduct as it related to neurofeedback.
Ø Describe the technology behind neurofeedback and know where to find out more information.
Ø Explain the laws of learning and know where to find more information.
Ø Discuss the importance of combining traditional therapy skills and ethics with neurofeedback.
Ø Set up (write) a neurofeedback protocol.
Ø Utilize frequency specific training based on an arousal assessment.
Ø Adjust protocols based on response from previous training.
Ø Make adjustments to a protocol based on review data.
Ø Utilize targeted approaches to neurofeedback training.