The Electrical Aftermath: Brain Patterns Observed in Chronic Trauma and PTSD and their Clinical Correlates

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The Electrical Aftermath: Brain Patterns Observed in Chronic Trauma and PTSD and their Clinical Correlates

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This 2-day workshop is aimed at trauma clinicians interested in the impact of trauma on brain functioning and the use of Quantitative EEG in their clinical practice.

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This 2-day workshop is aimed at trauma clinicians interested in the impact of trauma on brain functioning and the use of Quantitative EEG in their clinical practice.

Through a combination of lectures, observation of EEG assessment, analysis, and interpretation of results, the participants will:

  • Be introduced to EEG assessment: equipment and process.
  • Have the opportunity to observe EEG assessment.
  • Receive an overview of the current research into trauma and EEG.
  • Learn about the most common EEG patterns related to trauma and PTSD and their clinical implications.
  • Learn how EEG assessment can inform clinical practice.