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EEG endophenotypes and EEG Neuromarkers in Trauma

Online via Zoom

EEG endophenotypes are genetically linked characteristics that group people in clusters that respond to similar interventions. Trauma can occur in any of these clusters. Trauma seen in the various forms of PTSD creates brain function reactions that can be seen as an EEG phenomenon. Some of these brain reactions are common, such as Lambda, as …

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$99

Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback Workshop

STARTTS 168 The Horsley Drive, Carramar, NSW

With more than 10 years of experience in the use of the Heart Rate Variability (HRV) in clinical practice, our hands-on training combines the latest science of heart intelligence with practical tools for self-regulation.

$660

Self-harm in Schools: Understanding self-harm in young people and how school staff can facilitate support for them.

Online via Zoom

This webinar will provide an overview of self-harm in children and adolescents and current treatment recommendations. It will delve into the barriers and facilitators of support for young people who self-harm. This webinar also aims to support school staff, primary care clinicians and mental health professionals to work collaboratively in managing self-harm in school-aged young …

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$90

The benefits of brain training: Using neurofeedback with traumatised children and their families

Online via Zoom

This webinar will be focused on the use of neurofeedback when working with children and their families, who are impacted by multiple layers of trauma. Although this is in the context of a service for refugee clients, the core concepts will be widely applicable for many other client populations. Neurofeedback can be a useful part …

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$90