2017 Conference

2017: Autism and Assessment: An Integrated Approach

This workshop will guide the understanding of assessment and treatment of autism spectrum disorders using an integrated treatment plan. The attendees will be able to appreciate the need to create a treatment plan based on their own clinical knowledge, patient symptoms, neuroscientific knowledge, neurophysiology, and a neuropsychological and cognitive profile. This workshop will guide the […]

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2017: Utilizing Asymmetry Analysis for Assessment and Training in Neurofeedback

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

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2017: Treatment Protocol Options

There are many ways to do neurofeedback. This workshop will review the various ways that it is being done and the supportive research behind them. We will also present numerous case examples showing the decision process in selecting protocols based upon client assessment data. Depending upon participants interests we can discuss the protocol decision logic

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2017: The evolution of Quantitative EEG: A Perfect Storm (Keynote Speaker)

The historical evolution of QEEG will be explored with emphasis on significant steps its development. The following will be highlighted: [1] Early steps in quantification that pave the way (including, normative equations , source localization , DMN ); [2] QEEG treatment predictive biomarkers (including, cognitive decline , and OCD ); [3] QEEG as a surrogate

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2017: The Use of Four Channel Multivariate Training on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Comparison of Newly Concussed and Remotely Concussed Individuals (Plenary Session)

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI), commonly referred to as a concussion, can be described as a brain injury resulting from acute trauma to the head. (Carroll, Cassidy, Holm, Kraus, & Coronado, 2004) In the United States It is reported that up to 1.7 million people sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury annually which has resulted in

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2017: The Effectiveness of tDCS/tACS/tRNS and pEMF Stimulation on EEG Neurotherapy Performance (Plenary Session)

In this session a discussion regarding neurostimulation technology will be conducted. The speaker will show how neurostimulation that is synchronized with EEG neurotherapy can enhance and facilitate regulation of the brain based on QEEG assessment and behavioral observational data. The limitations of EEG neurofeedback prevent adequate treatment outcomes on “tough cases” (such as autism) and

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2017: Special Forum: Artifact Identification of the Raw EEG: Potential Confound in QEEG analyses and Neurofeedback Protocols

This forum is focused on the review process of raw EEG for the purposes of artifact removal and identifying clinically relevant paroxysmal events that may confound the clinical interpretation of brain function that may lead to erroneous or incomplete therapeutic considerations. The first part of this session will offer a review over the use of

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2017: Re-training the Injured Brain: sLORETA Neurofeedback as an Acute Concussion Intervention (Plenary Session)

INTRODUCTION/SUPPORT. Concussion incidence rates are at epidemiological levels and rising (Giza & Hovda, 2001). In 2011, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimated 1.6-3.8 million sport- or recreation-related concussions occur per year (Daneshvar et al., 2011), and concussion rates are increasing in adolescents (Zhang et al., 2016). Concussion is a complex pathophysiologic process affecting the

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2017: QEEG and Neurofeedback in Patients with Epilepsy

Epilepsy affects an estimated 2.2 million people in the United States alone and is the nation’s fourth most common neurological disorder, after migraine, stroke, and Alzheimer’s disease (IOM, 2012). Seizures are caused by aberrant connections within the brain that result in hyperexcitable networks. Neurofeedback training can modify these hyperexcitable networks. Given the prevalence of seizures

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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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Marietta, GA 30062

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