Introduction to neurofeedback practice
A workshop covering the basic principles of neurofeedback.
When: March 15th and 16th, 2012
Where: The Open University, London Campus, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, London, NW1 8NP
Facilitating team: Antonio Martins-Mourao, PhD, FHEA and Mr Tony Steffert, Bsc., MA.
You will learn the basic principles of neurofeedback and take away theoretical and practical skills including: (1) basic Neurophysiology & Neuroanatomy of brain connectivity; (2) theoretical models underpinning Neurofeedback interventions; (3) QEEG-guided Neurofeedback; (4) the international 10-20 system and how to place leads on the head to get a good signal; (5) basic features of EEG spectra and bandwidth description; (6) differentiating muscle activity from neural activity; (7) setting up and running sessions; (8) making sense of your data; (9) introduction to protocol design: applying C3-C4 SMR; and peak performance protocols; (10) the role of Quantitative Electroencephalography in protocol design; (11) risk assessment and ethical issues; (12) choosing the right equipment for your practice.
* Closest tube station: Camden Town.
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Registration fee: £570
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