The Cutting Edge of Neurofeedback using BrainMaster Technologies



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The Cutting Edge of Neurofeedback using BrainMaster Technologies
EEG and Brain Modification in the 21st Century
This series will present the latest technology and applications in EEG biofeedback and brain modification technology. Topics for this 3-day workshop will include advanced EEG biofeedback protocols, new hardware and software tools and applications, use of HEG (hemoencephalography), “Z-Score” biofeedback, the LENS system, DC and Slow Cortical Potentials, MINI-Q assessment techniques, and whole-brain synchrony training.
Thomas F. Collura Ph.D., BrainMaster Technologies, Inc., Bedford, OH

Stephen Larsen, Ph.D., Stone Mountain Counseling Center, New Paltz, NY

Lester G. Fehmi, Ph.D. Princeton Biofeedback Center, Princeton, NJ
Saturday July 11
10:00 AM – 1:00PM

Latest Advances in BrainMaster Software/Hardware Architecture and Use

Advanced Protocol Design using the Event Wizard

Session Wizard, Session Librarian, and Session Genie

HEG and temperature training on Atlantis

Real-time simultaneous DC, EEG, HEG, and impedance recording

New Data Review Capabilities in the 3.2.2 software
2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

A Coherent View of Brain Connectivity

Foundations of Neuronal Dynamics and Z-Scores

Introduction to Z-Score Training

The MINI-Q and whole-head assessment and training
Sunday July 12
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Whole-Head Connectivity Training using Z-Scores

Combining Z-Score training with peak-performance and clinical protocols.

DC and Slow Cortical Potential Training on Atlantis


2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Dr. Stephen Larsen - The LENS System using the BrainMaster Atlantis platform


Monday July 13
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Dr. Lester G. Fehmi - Whole Brain Synchrony Training



Evening Talk: Current Horizons in EEG Biofeedback Assessment and Training. This talk, intended for professionals and interested individuals, will review the current technologies and clinical applications of EEG biofeedback. EEG biofeedback has grown from an emphasis on relaxation and remediation, to a comprehensive set of clinical tools targeted at specific and highly efficacious brain states. Topics will include the use of advanced hardware and software technology to produce simple, yet effective training protocols and assessment methods. Specific developments to be presented include the use of QEEG (Quantitative EEG), live “Z-Score” training for whole-head connectivity normalization, use of HEG (Hemoencephalography), the LENS (Low-Energy Neurofeedback System), and DC and Slow Cortical Potential Training. The discussion may also address issues of clinical practice, and the future of EEG biofeedback training in the home, school, and office.


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