This 4-day course is intended for practitioners, therapists or researchers interested in applying evidence-based applications of Neurofeedback. Presenters will discuss the latest research and evidence for Neurofeedback as a therapy tool for ADHD and sleep problems, focusing on the importance of QEEG in personalising therapy programs and discussing relevant theory. This course offers dedicated hands-on training with different neurofeedback technologies so that the participant can feel ready to integrate this technique into their own daily practice. Participants will walk away with familiarity in administering Theta/Beta, SMR and SCP Neurofeedback protocols.
A further component of the course is to demonstrate how simple, wearable Actigraphy Sleep Assessments can inform our interpretation of QEEG and devise an appropriate neurofeedback therapy program.
This training course is based on the international 36-hours didactic neurofeedback blueprint from The Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA, Board Certified in Neurofeedback).
Here is what previous participants had to say about the workshop:
“An evidence-based, robust primer for neuromodulation, with high quality presenters”
“I was provided with excellent information that answered many uncertainties I had about Neurofeedback”
“A detailed introduction to the theory, evidence & utility of neurofeedback with a hands-on component”
The participant is expected to have at least a Masters level in Human Sciences (e.g. Psychology, Medicine). In cases where the education level is comparable, participation can be considered by the trainers.
For more information, call our Education Coordinator on (02) 8317 5034
Reading materials will be provided in a printed book on the first day of the workshop, and is included in the course cost.