The workshop will begin with a literature review, propose a theoretical model for application explaining mechanisms of action and provide empirical statistical data in support of that model. It will review methods of operationalizing this theoretical perspective in clinical terms and identify the challenges involved. It will focus of quantifying the outcomes of the method in a manner which specifically informs the clinician regarding client stages of progress, defines the expected psychophysiological responses to each stage of progress, and aids the clinician in recognizing when to terminate the client.
Based upon the content of this presentation attendees will be able to:
• Will be able to effectively identify the level of anxiety and depression in clients based entirely on qEEG analysis.
• Determine the phase of client anxiety or depression based entirely on qEEG analysis.
• Deduce the best training locations for reducing symptoms of anxiety or depression based on qEEG analysis.
• Analyze the level of response to protocol based on quantitative trend screen analysis.
• Empirically determine when to change training location based on trend screen analysis.
• Identify Stages of progress based on trend screen analysis.
• Significantly reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.