Dr Moshe Perl is an expert in EEG and neurofeedback, with over 20 years of clinical, teaching and mentoring experience. He has studied and worked with many of the world-leading experts in neurofeedback and EEG, seen a wide variety of clients in his own clinic and has mentored over 100 practitioners which has further broadened his clinical knowledge and expertise.
Please read the following important information and instructions before purchasing this product and submitting data.
- If this is the first time you are purchasing this product, please speak to us first to ensure that this is the right product for you.
- It is your responsibility to protect your clients’ identities, please do not send identifying data.
- We will endeavour to provide this interpretation in a timely manner, but it is best to speak to us first to ensure that we will be able to do the work for you in time.
- If the data sent is not in the format described here, or is incomplete, then we will either try to provide as good an interpretation as possible, or we may require an additional fee to complete the work (given the additional time required).
- This interpretation is not diagnostic, and the administration of neurofeedback therapy, including all therapeutic outcomes are the responsibility of the practitioner.
- Initial training protocols will usually need to be modified according to client responses. The practitioner should be aware of this and either be able to modify protocols independently or seek mentoring as needed.
- If the recorded data is of poor quality, or otherwise uninterpretable, we will aim to let you know as soon as possible and provide a partial refund for the service (refund amount depends on the time already spent).
Instructions on submitting EEG data:
- We require the following information:
- All data submitted in WinEEG or EDF (European Data Format). WinEEG format is preferred.
- Data must be clearly labelled as to the conditions of recording (e.g. eyes open, eyes closed, under task, etc.).
- We prefer 20-25 minutes of data.
- It is important to have eyes open and eyes closed data if at all possible.
- Suggested tasks for recording are reading and/or maths. These would be done silently without any need for answering questions verbally.
- A brief description of client age, gender and presenting symptoms.
- Results of any neurofeedback conducted to date.