QEEG for Neurofeedback Therapists with Swingle Clinical Q
- 09.11.2018, 09:00
- 11.11.2018, 18:00
- 650,00 EUR
- Editing Raw EEG
- Montages (Linked Ears, Laplacian and others)
- EEG-Patterns and QEEG-Subtypes
- Linkage between QEEG and Symptoms
- Optimized Neurofeedback-Protocols
- Swingle Clinical Q
What is a QEEG?
The basis of the QEEG (quantitative electroencephalography) is EEG data of the client's raw EEG, which helps to gain important insights into disorders, symptoms and afflictions. The quantitative EEG is the centre of the entire course of therapy and is invaluable to any clinician when it comes to developing more accurate and therefore more efficient protocols.
Not all QEEGs are recorded with 19-channel devices. Today, there are also very good and cheaper alternatives that allow users of a 2- or 4-channel device to create meaningful QEEGs. Therefore it does not matter which equipment you attend this course with.
Advantages of QEEG
- Determination of abnormalities in the affected brain areas
- More accurate diagnosis and diagnosis
- Specific postage collection, higher efficiency and shorter treatment times
- Improved representation, since QEEGs represent a professional and modern way of diagnosis
- High acceptance among clients or in a team with other interventions (doctors, psychotherapists, neurologists, reviewers)
What can I learn in the QEEG course for immediate implementation in my practice?
- Recognition of typical patterns of neuropathological and psychophysiological dysregulation
- Linking the measured data with the individual affliction of the client
- Reliable creation of protocols
In order to practise, each participant will receive a software set that is free of charge. There is sufficient equipment available for practising.
If you happen to buy equipment from us, we will take care of the installation and setup of the hardware and software during the seminar.
- Elektroenzephalography in clinical practice
- EEG technique and basic understanding of normal and pathological EEG patterns
- Recognition of artifacts
- Learn how to use the Brainmapping -software
- Find and train clinically conspicuous locations in the 10/20 system
- Characteristics of typical brainmaps for depression, ADHD, anxiety, trauma, TB, posttraumatic stress disorder, autism, asperger
- Introduction to the operation of the NeuroGuide-software
- Recording technique of the QEEG
- Obtaining the data, editing the raw EEG using NeuroGuide and Brain-Avatar software
- Normative EEG patterns based on database comparisons
- EEG subtype and symptom correlations
- Drug effects related to EEG
- Networks, hubs, and correlation to symptoms with protocol selection
- Neurofeedback in learning disorders, cranial brain trauma
- Multi-channel neurofeedback with symptom check list technique
- 3-D-Loreta training and ROI training with and without Z values
- Compare Z values to symptoms in psychiatric and neurological disorders such as diseases
Day 3 - Swingle Clinical Q
The Clinical Q is not only a powerful evaluation tool for the everyday neurofeedback practice.
By Dr. Swingle developed Clinical Q differs in several ways from a complete QEEG brain map. Clinical Q uses only one channel to collect amplitude data on 5 EEG leads in 6 minutes. Clinical Q has no connectivity data for pairs of recording locations.
The results of Clinical Q are then compared to a clinical database, rather than general population norms, as in QEEGs. Dr. Swingle has taken the data from 700 clients who have visited his clinic due to psychological or health problems. He ascertained that 23 EEG values, ratios, or totals are statistically significant markings for certain symptoms.
The participants will receive a certificate of the successful workshop participation.
Subject to change
For booking and paying up to 6 weeks before the beginning of the course we grant 100 Euros Early Booking Discount.