2020: Meaningful and Missed EEG Pathological Signatures

Presented by Tiff Thompson, PhD: What does anteriorized alpha signify? Under what conditions do beta spindles appear? What’s the clinical difference between high amplitude high beta and high amplitude beta 1? What are the different profiles of ADHD? How are different forms of dementia seen?

This three-hour workshop is chockablock full of significant, and often missed, markers in EEG and QEEG from my “Master Document.” Tiff’s Master Document is the much coveted, yet unpublished book that I reference in all report writing. This class will work through 1) pathological markers and normal variants in frequencies from delta to gamma, as well as clinically significant (and neurotypical) findings in different stages of development, from infancy to seniority; aid in 2) the recognition of drowsing and sleep stages in your clients, and assist in identifying 3) signatures to refer out to outside medical professionals. Furthermore, this course will cover: 4) physiological pathology, such as vascular issues, structural issues and other head injuries, and 5) markers of trauma (developmental and otherwise). This course will make you a better clinician.

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Presented by Tiff Thompson, PhD: What does anteriorized alpha signify? Under what conditions do beta spindles appear? What’s the clinical difference between high amplitude high beta and high amplitude beta 1? What are the different profiles of ADHD? How are different forms of dementia seen?

This three-hour workshop is chockablock full of significant, and often missed, markers in EEG and QEEG from my “Master Document.” Tiff’s Master Document is the much coveted, yet unpublished book that I reference in all report writing. This class will work through 1) pathological markers and normal variants in frequencies from delta to gamma, as well as clinically significant (and neurotypical) findings in different stages of development, from infancy to seniority; aid in 2) the recognition of drowsing and sleep stages in your clients, and assist in identifying 3) signatures to refer out to outside medical professionals. Furthermore, this course will cover: 4) physiological pathology, such as vascular issues, structural issues and other head injuries, and 5) markers of trauma (developmental and otherwise). This course will make you a better clinician.

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To accommodate the organization’s growing needs, we have decided to move our office to a new location.

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Suite 108, PMB 736

Marietta, GA 30062

USA

2020: Meaningful and Missed EEG Pathological Signatures
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