We run several courses throughout the year.

We have the "Advanced qEEG Spring Course" and the "Beginners Neurofeedback Autumn Course" both in London and our "Intermediate Neurofeedback Summer course" with the opportunity to sit-in on real sessions and clock-up your supervised hours. Also periodically a range of other courses from visiting experts

 

"Functional biomarkers in psychiatry and neurology"
Quantitative EEG, event related potentials and neurotherapy.

with Juri D. Kropotov
Advanced Workshop: Easter
° The goal of the workshop is to teach attendees how to improve their diagnostic and treatment tools by using a newly emerged technology of Quantitative EEG, event related potentials and neurotherapy.
° The attendees are required to bring laptops with them. At the workshop the attendees will be supplied by an educational software and EEG files from the HBI (Human Brain Index) reference database.

° Each day will consist of two parts:
Morning: theoretical usually by lectures and practice with software on EEG files taken the HBI reference database and afternoon; working with hardware/software, recording EEG and analyzing EEG files recorded during the workshop.

° The attendees will be supplied with hardware for recoding EEG. Each attendee will be able to make recording and analysis by him/herself.
° Every one will be able to purchase the book "Quantitative EEG, event related potentials and neurotherapy" by professor Juri D. Kropotov

 

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Neurofeedback - Beginners Autumn Course

 
With Dr Beverley Steffert and Tony Steffert
 

As the nights draw in, we will be putting on our traditional Autumn Course for beginners to the field of Neurofeedback. The object of this training course is to present a comprehensive approach to the clinical application of Neurofeedback and to give you the chance to evaluate some of the equipment and techniques commonly used.

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Neurofeedback - Intermediate Summer course

 
With Dr Beverley Steffert and Tony Steffert
 
May in Germany - neurofeedback for second language learning
 
This is a unique opportunity to learn both theory and practice of neurofeedback from world leaders while holidaying on the Mediterranean coast. Spend 2 weeks with children and adults who are receiving neurofeedback while also on holiday. This therapeutic holiday is organized by, Dr Beverley and Tony Steffert.

The course is divided into clinical, theoretical and practical and all participants will get a chance to work along side a therapist with the clients. The clients will all have a QEEG recorded which is then interpreted by Professor Kropotov. This guides the Neurofeedback protocols. Opportunities to talk to the children, parents and Neurofeedback practitioners will allow a course participant a unique perspective on the whole process of neurofeedback from all viewpoints. Lectures for parents on nutrition, parenting and stress reduction techniques are also open to course delegates.

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Neurofeedback for Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

with Dr Bev and Tony Steffert

 

A 2 day workshop in Camden, London.

 

An introductory course on the theory and practice of Neurofeedback.
Lecture, Demonstration, Hands-On

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Brainstorm Workshop

with Francois Tadel and Sylvain Baillet

June 9-11, 2017

A 3 day workshop in Cambridge, England.

Brainstorm is a collaborative, open-source application dedicated to the analysis of brain recordings: MEG, EEG, fNIRS, ECoG, depth electrodes and animal electrophysiology. Our objective is to share a comprehensive set of user-friendly tools with the scientific community using MEG/EEG as an experimental technique. For physicians and researchers, the main advantage of Brainstorm is its rich and intuitive graphic interface, which does not require any programming knowledge. We are also putting the emphasis on practical aspects of data analysis (e.g., with scripting for batch analysis and intuitive design of analysis pipelines) to promote reproducibility and productivity in MEG/EEG research. Finally, although Brainstorm is developed with Matlab (and Java), it does not require users to own a Matlab license: an executable, platform-independent (Windows, MacOS, Linux) version is made available in the downloadable package. To get an overview of the interface, you can watch this introduction video.

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We will be running other course so keep checking the web site for updates.

 
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