Neurofeedback protocol selection
A symptom-based approach
Learn how to address the client’s presenting concerns/needs (i.e. better focus, more energy, etc.) and deliver fantastic results without needing to become an expert in EEG.
Online, self-pace course. Eligible to get 4 hours of BCIA recertification credit.
Watch the Neurofeedback protocol selection video trailer.
This course is produced by the Neurofeedbak International Academy (NIA) and distributed by Sadar Psychological and Sports Center.
Do you want to know how to select neurofeedback protocols based on a wide-range of client symptoms but don’t know where to start?
Broaden your knowledge of neurofeedback training protocols with Dr. Moshe Perl, world-class expert in Neurofeedback and QEEG/EEG analysis. Through this self-paced 4-hour course, Dr. Perl elaborates upon the concepts introduced in the Introduction to Neurofeedback: Didactic Training for Neurofeedback Certification through detailed discussion on how to determine protocols for Neurofeedback training, based primarily on client symptoms, with EEG providing secondary input.
Who is this course for?
- This course is for individuals who know how to place sensors, run a neurofeedback session, understand amplitude neurofeedback, the international 10-20 system, and have access to equipment that allows them to adjust neurofeedback protocols.
- Individuals who have already completed a basics hands-on course in neurofeedback and/or a BCIA certified course in neurofeedback.
- Clinicians new to the field to help them understand clinical applications and how to target symptoms.
This is not a Neurofeedback 101 or basic course. If you are interested in learning the basics of neurofeedback visit our Neurofeedback certification course.
What you will learn in this course
In this course you will:
- Expand your knowledge and understanding of arousal and instability and how they relate to presenting concerns
- Examine how diagnostic categories of the DSM5 are associated with brainwave patterns, offering protocol recommendations based on the arousal method of assessment
- Explore the use of client symptoms to derive neurofeedback protocols, including:
- Learning difficulties
- Trauma & PTSD
- Obsessive and Motivation Issues
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- How to adjust for sensitive clients
- Useful tips
Chapter 1: Welcome
Chapter 2 - Setting the Stage
- Parts 1-3 Overture, Amplitude Neurofeedback & Neurofeedback Training Protocol Parameters (6:41)
- Part 4 – Standard Inhibits (2:22)
- Parts 5-6 – Working with Complexity & Protocol Adjustment (1:57)
- Parts 7-8 – Critical Symptoms & Adverse Effects (2:30)
- Parts 9-11 – Intake Assessment, EEG Analysis & Therapeutic Alliance (9:30)
- Part 12 – Sensitivities (5:27)
Chapter 3 - Arousal
- Part 1 – Introduction to Arousal (8:08)
- Part 2 – Introduction to our approach (5:00)
- Part 3 – Over Arousal & Under Arousal Description (3:46)
- Part 4-5 – Under Arousal Common Symptoms & Under Arousal Treatment Advice (4:35)
- Part 6-7 – Over Arousal Common Symptoms & Over Arousal Treatment Advice (5:55)
- Part 8 – Bright, Creative and Under Aroused (2:55)
- Part 9 – Peak Performance (10:20)
- Part 10 – Personal Growth and Creativity (1:37)
Chapter 4 - Instability
- Parts 1-2 – Overview & Topics (5:38)
- Parts 3-5 – Epileptiform Activity / Seizure (9:19)
- Parts 6-7 – Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) (7:33)
- Parts 8-11 – Migraine (10:48)
- Part 12 – Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) (2:43)
- Parts 13-20 – Immune System Disorders (15:38)
- Parts 21-22 – Chronic Pain (5:37)
- Parts 23-25 – Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Family History (8:55)
- Part 26-27 – Sleep Issues (7:07)
- Part 28 – Relationship Issues (1:03)
- Part 29 – Tinnitus (2:10)
Chapter 5 - Obsessive and Motivation
- Parts 1-2 – Obsessive and Motivational Issues (6:00)
- Parts 3-5 – OCD (8:15)
- Part 6-7 – Anorexia/Bulimia (2:33)
- Parts 8-9 – Addictions (6:37)
- Parts 10-11 – Tics and Tourettes (6:27)
- Parts 12-13 – Apathy (3:13)
Chapter 6 - Learning Difficulties
- Part 1 – Learning Difficulties (1:52)
- Parts 2-3 – Reading Issues and Treatment Advice (5:55)
- Parts 4-5 – Verbal Memory Issues and Treatment Advice (5:59)
- Parts 6-7 – Auditory Issues and Treatment Advice (4:19)
- Part 8 – Thoughts on The Left Temporal Area (2:08)
- Part 9 – Thoughts on Low Frequency Reward (2:44)
- Part 10 – Treatment for Teenagers (1:04)
- Part 11 – Non-Verbal Learning Difficulties and Dyspraxia (5:02)
Chapter 7 - Trauma
- Part 1 -3 – Trauma (5:38)
- Part 4-6 – Trauma Response (4:01)
- Part 7 – Trauma Response (Other Interventions) (2:43)
- Part 8-9 – Severe Developmental Trauma (PAG and pain) (2:51)
- Part 10-11 – Less Severe Trauma (5:56)
Chapter 8 - Autism Spectrum Disorders & Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Part 1-3 – ASD & ODD (2:18)
- Part 4 – Training For Better Attention and Focus (3:56)
- Part 5 – Treatment For Cooperative, Sweet and Anxious (Usually High- Functioning), Strategy 3 (2:10)
- Part 6-8 – Autistic Spectrum, Other Considerations, (Learning Issues) (3:41)
- Part 9-10 – Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) (2:42)
- Part 11-12 – ASD & ODD, Developing Behaviour Strategies (3:07)
- Part 13-14 – ASD & ODD, Developing Behaviour Strategies (Setting Rules) (3:36)
- Part 15-16 – ASD & ODD, Developing Behaviour Strategies (Common Sense Theory) (3:45)
- Part 17 – ASD & ODD, Developing Behaviour Strategies (Debriefing) (2:44)
- Part 18 – ASD & ODD, Developing Behaviour Strategies (Verbal Aggression) (3:38)
Who is your instructor?
This course is delivered by Dr. Moshe Perl, a world-class expert in neurofeedback and QEEG/EEG analysis, areas in which he has almost two-decades of experience teaching and mentoring practitioners in Australia and internationally.
David Perl joined his dad at the NIA in 2016 after a successful career in engineering, business, and sustainability. Like his dad, David is driven by work that is helpful to the world and strives to make positive and impactful difference.
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