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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

Live Workshop

Workshop Fee: $890

Workshop Outline

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 

Workshop Program

Presenters

Mirjana Askovic

BPsych (Hons), BCN, QEEGD, FANSA
Ph.D. Candidate, Discipline of Psychiatry, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney

darius rountree-harrison

qeeg technologyst,
EEG analyst, BSc, GDPA, MPhil, QEEG-T, PhD (Candidate)

Who should attend

This course is suited to all clinicians interested in the mind-body interface. Students and researchers in the field of Psychology and Psychiatry or related fields are welcome.

Technologies demonstrated

Workshop Fee

$890.00

For more information please contact the ANFI Training Team here or call +61 (0)2 9646 6700

Use of EEG in Clinical Assessment and Treatment of PTSD

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