AUD$1,700.00 + GST
COURSE BOOKED OUT
If you want to be placed on the wait list should there be any cancellations, then please contact us. Otherwise we will be running this course again in August in Cairns, and we plan on running it in Melbourne in November as well.
A four day, entry-level training course aimed at providing the necessary basic skills and understanding to use neurofeedback equipment in a professional setting, applying eyes open neurofeedback protocols. This course satisfies the BCIA blueprint of knowledge. If you are not a mental health or healthcare practitioner and are interested in taking this course, please contact us before signing up.
The goal of our trainings is to produce competent neurofeedback practitioners. Such practitioners are able to integrate their understanding of symptom presentation, brain function and EEG into a coherent neurofeedback treatment strategy, and then monitor and adjust that strategy throughout treatment.
This four day training course is the first step in that process. It will give clinicians the necessary basic skills and understanding to use neurofeedback equipment in a professional setting, applying eyes open neurofeedback protocols. Additionally attendees will get to tap into Dr Perl’s extensive clinical and theoretic knowledge of neurofeedback.
This course will give you a thorough grounding in this field and prepare you for successful clinical implementation of neurofeedback as a treatment modality and/or for research in this field. This course is very practical, experiential and “hands-on”. Basic neuro-physiology is presented to allow participants to understand the neurofeedback process and reasoning for protocol decisions. The class size is capped which permits catering for individual needs.
This course is BCIA and by extension BCIA Australia (BCIA-A) certified for 36 hours of training in the Blueprint of Knowledge portion for certification in neurofeedback. Dr Perl is a certified instructor and supervisor by BCIA. The course fee includes registration of your attendance with BCIA.
Dr Ed Hamlin has revised and updated this course, first developed through EEG Spectrum and Michael Cohen. This course has been taught for over 20 years and has regularly been revised and expanded to incorporate developments in the field.
Morning tea and afternoon tea will be provided as part of this course.
Accommodation: The Cosmopolitan Hotel offers a discount to our course attendees which you can access via this link.
None, Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Gluten free, Other: Please add to notes at checkout
Start date: May 12, 2019
End date: May 15, 2019
Start time: 08:45 a.m.
End time: 05:30 p.m.
Venue: Cosmopolitan Hotel, 2-8 Carlisle Street, St Kilda, 3182, Melbourne