Brain Function Analyzer: Applying the HBImed Report Generator
Digital Mental Health Solutions LIVE ON SITE PRACTICUM June 17th & 18th!
Video Recordings supplemented by Remote Meetings via Zoom followed by On-Site Training
Dates: June 17th & 18th, 830a – 5p ET, Breakfast & Lunch included *Saturday, June 17th – option to enjoy dinner with additional cost TBD
Location: Camp Hill Soltane 224 Nantmeal Rd Glenmoore, PA 19343
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Social neuroscience combines approaches from cognitive neuroscience and social psychology and highlights a multilevel approach to emotional, social, and cognitive phenomena, making it one of the newer, more promising fields of cognitive neuroscience. This course will address the development of the HBImed database by Andreas Mueller and Juri Kropotov, through the most recent research that includes the addition of the vigilance index.
Be able to describe and understand the raw EEG
Describe the steps of linking the raw data to neurologically significant information
Be able to analyze the data terms of amplitude and frequencies
Be able to analyze the data in terms of evoked potentials
Demonstrate the required steps to submit data to the HBImed server
Discuss how to interpret the data with regard to deviations from the HBImed database
Discuss the various meaningful indices, which have been scientifically processed (Arousal Index, Central Sensory Index, Theta/Beta – Ratio, ADHD Index, Emotional Regulation Index, etc.), as a component of the neurobiological processes.
Design medication recommendations on the basis of neuromarkers
Identify ADHD subtypes on the basis of neuromarkers
Design treatment plans on the basis of the results obtained
Prior to the course, attendees will receive raw EEG/ERP data and access to the HBImed Report Generator to utilize during the course. It will not be necessary to collect your own data for the course. In order to allow all attendees to learn using the same data, we will limit the course discussions to the data that is provided.
All registrants will be given access to the HBImed database for the duration of the course and for three months following the course.
To utilize the HBImed database, you will need the ability to collect EEG and ERP data. All attendees will be eligible to receive loaner equipment to allow them to record EEG and ERPs for two months following the course.
- $ 1,000.00 – Student rate
What is included:
- All course materials
- Practice data
- Beemedic equipment loan following the course
- ERP calibration/technical support
- HBImed Report generator access
- Breakfast & Lunch during on site meetings
Camphill Soltane’s beautiful 52-acre campus boasts many stunning buildings, inspired by anthroposophical architecture, including several homes and community spaces. Camphill Soltane provides opportunities for education, healing, relationship building, and meaningful, fulfilling engagement and work for people with neurological and intellectual differences, their families, and supporters. It is home to people with and without intellectual differences, as well as many animals who reside in the beautiful barn. Read more
Course Format: Virtual Portion
Video Recordings: Prior to the first 4 Q&As you will receive a video recording (see schedule below).
Zoom Meetings: Zoom meetings will be hosted by Andreas Mueller, Ph.D., Andrea Meckley Kutyana Ph.D., Mitchell Sadar, Ph.D., and Angelika Sadar, M.A.
Zoom Meeting Dates:
- April 21, 2023, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
- April 28, 2023, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
- May 12, 2023, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
- June 2, 2023, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
- June 9, 2023, 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
Course Format: On-Site Training
Dates: June 17th & 18th, 830a – 5p ET, Breakfast & Lunch included
*Saturday, April 30th – option to enjoy dinner with additional cost TBD
Camp Hill Soltane
224 Nantmeal Rd
Glenmoore, PA 19343
Getting there: Camp Hill Soltane is 1 hour from the Philadelphia Airport or Train Station. You can take Uber (which will cost you on average $80-$100) or rent a car to be used the entire time of your stay.
On-Site Accommodation Information: There are limited accommodations at Camphill Soltane and are offered on a first come first serve basis. For those who want to take advantage of this offer, housing on-site is $70 per night. It offers a cozy room that covers your essential needs. To reserve a room on Soltane Campus, please contact [email protected] and indicate your intended length of stay.
There are also different types of accommodations around the area, which take about 12-15 minutes to drive to Camphill Soltane.
Here are some of the accommodations nearby:
- Hilton Garden Inn Exton/West Chester (610) 458-8822
- Fairfield Inn Philadelphia West Chester/Exton (610) 524-8811
- Hampton Inn Downington/ Exton (610) 363-5555
- Airbnb and other room rentals
- Please book directly through your preferred booking channel
Event Cancellation: Sadar Psychological reserves the right to cancel any course due to events beyond Sadar Psychological’s control. In the unlikely event of cancellation, registrants will be notified and will receive a full refund.
Refund Policy: Refunds will be provided if a request is submitted to [email protected] within 1 week of payment, minus a $100 processing fee.
Andreas is an expert in the study of the human brain. For the past 17 years, he has been the CEO of the Bündner Brain and Trauma Foundation and has been exploring the links between biology and mental disorders – for example in ADHD. To see full bio: Read More
Andrea specializes in applied psychophysiology and neuroscience techniques to assess and train all aspects of human physiology, helping individuals optimize their functioning. To see full bio: Read More
Mitchell Sadar is a licensed psychologist who was the director of a Pennsylvania Correctional Institution’s inpatient program for over 15 years. In 1999 he was trained in neurofeedback and tried to bring this modality to the correctional population, but his attempts were not accepted by the Department of Corrections. To see full bio: Read More
Angelika Y. Sadar, MA, BCN, BCB-HRV is a licensed psychologist who is board certified in neurofeedback and heart rate variability and is a BCIA approved mentor in neurofeedback. She has been in private practice in the greater Philadelphia area since 1985. Her work over the years has involved all age groups and clinical presentations. To see full bio: Read More