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Tuesday, February 27, 2024

12:00 pm-1:00 pm Pacific

How to Explain Neurofeedback to Prospective Clients

Many neurofeedback clinicians struggle using plain language to succinctly, effectively explain what neurofeedback is and why we recommend it for some patients. The goal of this 60-minute webinar is to share different methods or techniques for explaining neurofeedback to clients so that attendees can adopt these in their own practices.

Instructors: 

  • Christy Johnson, Riverview Center for Growth

  • Jennifer Brown, Humboldt NeuroHealth

  • Cami Schermerhorn, Neurofeedback Practitioner

Who should attend? All skill/experience levels are welcome

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Tuesday, March 19, 2024

12:00 pm-1:30 pm Pacific

Neurofeedback for Emotional Instability

Learn how to recognize emotional instabilities and differentiate between those and other kinds of emotional dysregulations and how to address them with ILF Neurofeedback. 

Instructor: Roxana Sasu

Who should attend? All skill/experience levels are welcome

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April 9-10 2024

8:30 am-12:30 pm Pacific

Advanced ILF Neurofeedback

8-hour training course divided into two 4-hour parts delivered via Zoom on two different days a week apart. More in depth information about the ILF NFB process, the optimization process, Cygnet screen and refining training protocols, as well as protocol development beyond basic training sites and discussions around attendees’ training protocols and protocol developments. The training includes two training sessions and group discussions around the training outcomes. 

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Friday, April 26, 2024

12:00 pm-1:30 pm Pacific

Trauma and Dissociation

Learn more about the mechanisms behind trauma and dissociation and how they overlap in people with a significant developmental trauma history. Develop a deeper understanding on how to approach the two problems with ILF Neurofeedback. 

Instructor: Roxana Sasu

Who should attend? All skill/experience levels are welcome

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May 21-22, 2024

8:30 am-12:30 pm Pacific

Synchrony

8-hour training course divided into two 4-hour parts delivered via Zoom on two different days a week apart, to introduce you to a new training modality you can add to your toolbox and use on your clients. 

Who should attend: Clinicians who have completed the intro course and the advanced ILF training and have used this modality extensively for at least 3 months on clients. It is advised to take this course before the Alpha-Theta course.

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Thursday, May 23 2024

12:00 pm-1:30 pm Pacific

Frequency Optimization

Finding the optimal training frequency for an individual with significant trauma or instabilities can be challenging. Gain helpful tips and tricks for frequency optimization with Infra-Low Frequency (ILF) neurofeedback.

Instructor: Roxana Sasu

Who should attend? All skill/experience levels are welcome

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Thursday, June 27, 2024

12:00 pm-1:30 pm Pacific

Neurofeedback in Long COVID

Gain a greater understanding of the impact and clinical presentation of long COVID. Learn strategies for addressing long COVID with Infra-Low Frequency (ILF) neurofeedback.

Instructor: Roxana Sasu

Who should attend? All skill/experience levels are welcome

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June 25-26, 2024

8:30 am-12:30 pm Pacific

Alpha-Theta

8-hour training course divided into two 4-hour parts delivered via Zoom on two different days a week apart, to introduce you to a new training modality you can add to your toolbox and use on your clients, along with Synchrony and ILF. 

Who should attend: Clinicians who have completed the intro course and the advanced ILF training and have used this modality extensively for at least 3 months on clients. It is better if you have already taken the Synchrony course.

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October 2024 - Exact Dates TBD

8:30 am-12:30 pm Pacific

Advanced ILF Neurofeedback

8-hour training course divided into two 4-hour parts delivered via Zoom on two different days a week apart. More in depth information about the ILF NFB process, the optimization process, Cygnet screen and refining training protocols, as well as protocol development beyond basic training sites and discussions around attendees’ training protocols and protocol developments. The training includes two training sessions and group discussions around the training outcomes. 

Registration will be $400 for nonmembers.

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November 2024 - Exact Dates TBD

8:30 am-12:30 pm Pacific

Synchrony

8-hour training course divided into two 4-hour parts delivered via Zoom on two different days a week apart, to introduce you to a new training modality you can add to your toolbox and use on your clients. 

Who should attend: Clinicians who have completed the intro course and the advanced ILF training and have used this modality extensively for at least 3 months on clients. It is advised to take this course before the Alpha-Theta course.

Registration will be $400 for nonmembers.

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December 2024 - Exact Dates TBD

8:30 am-12:30 pm Pacific

Alpha-Theta

8-hour training course divided into two 4-hour parts delivered via Zoom on two different days a week apart, to introduce you to a new training modality you can add to your toolbox and use on your clients, along with Synchrony and ILF. 

Who should attend: Clinicians who have completed the intro course and the advanced ILF training and have used this modality extensively for at least 3 months on clients. It is better if you have already taken the Synchrony course.

Registration will be $400 for nonmembers.

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