QEEG, Brain Function, Neurotherapy and More: Let Master Clinicians Guide You From “A to Z-Score”

QEEG, Brain Function, Neurotherapy and More:
Let Master Clinicians Guide You From “A to Z-Score”

November 6th – 10th, 2019

Crowne Plaza Cleveland South Independence
5300 Rockside Rd.
Independence, OH 44131
(216) 524-0700

Hands On Review Included

Presented By: Thomas Brownback & Christen Stahl



Essential workshop for those who want to gain an in-depth understanding of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and combining this knowledge with the Comprehensive Neurodiagnostic Checklist (CNC-1020) and psychoeducational test battery to provide a detailed interpretation of QEEGs. This information is used to create fully customized training protocols with and without Live Z-scores. Lots of hands-on demonstrations.

PLUS: successful business tips from a 20-year neurofeedback practice! Presented by Thomas Brownback, M.Ed., Licensed Psychologist; BCIA Certified, QEEGCB Certified and Christen h. Stahl, MA, NCC, LPC, BCN 30-34 CE Credit Hours

  • BrainMaster Affiliates receive an additional $50 Discount.
  • One FREE use of the CNC 10-20 and the CTC 10-20
  • FREE 4 BMANS set-up files
  • FREE copy client form for use with insurance companies to receive the highest level of reimbursement
  • New BMANS Manual 5C for sLORETA assessment and training

Instructors

Thomas Brownback Thomas Brownback, M.Ed Christen StahlChristen h. Stahl, MA, NCC, LPC, BCN Tom Collura Tom Collura. Ph.D, qEEG-D, BCN, LPCC-S Bill Mrklas Bill Mrklas, LMT

Testimonials:

This is by far the best neurofeedback workshop I have attended in my 22 years of neurofeedback training experience. Tom and Linda provide a system which can enable a merely competent mental health provider to become excellent and they model the drive and compassion that is both inspiring and entertaining.

– Dale Foster


Please bring my best regard to both Linda and Tom. Thank you so much for following up with me. I am still digesting all materials presented by Tom. Tom is a very committed and inspiring teacher and Neurofeedback Therapist. I enjoy his lecture tremendously!

– Hanney (Hana) Yin, PhD

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Daily Itinerary: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5

[Day 1] Wednesday, November 6th, 2019

7:00pm – 9:00pm | BrainMaster Atlantis, Discovery, and 3.0+ Software Reviewed with Bill Mrklas, LMT


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[Day 2] Thursday, November 7th, 2019

9:00am – 12:30pm | Introductory Course: Technical Foundations of Neurofeedback and Live Z-Score – Thomas Collura, Ph.D., QEEG-D, BCN, LPC

1:30pm – 9:00pm | QEEG, Brain Function, Neurotherapy and More: Let the Clinical Masters Guide You From “A to Z-Score” with Thomas Brownback, M.Ed and Christen h. Stahl, MA, NCC, LPC, BCN

Secret to our 95% plus Success Rate: The Brownback, Mason and Associates Neurofeedback System (BMANS) – A Success Rate That You Also Can Achieve

  • Functions, Pathways and EEG Frequencies at Each of the Brodmann Areas and Neuroanatomical Structures
  • Neuropathologies (Dysfunctional: Microvoltages, Peak Frequencies, Asymmetries and Coherences) Associated with International 10-20 System Placements
  • Neurodiagnostic Evaluation Procedure within an International 10-20 System Framework
  • Indepth Analysis of the QEEG using Brodmann Areas, Neuroanatomical Structures and International 10-20 System Procedures for Various Neuropathologies
  • Training Procedures Utilizing Brodmann Areas and Neuroanatomical Structures to Generate Regions of Interest (ROI) Totally Modifiable Z-Score Bandwidths to Create Fully Individualized Training Folders
  • Selection, Constantly Updated Spectral Analysis and Instant Display Screen Specificity
  • Mastering Independent Neurofeedback Training…
  • A Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Checklist for Tracking Neurotherapy Progress
  • The Bio-Psycho-Socio-Theological Cognitive Behavioral Framework–The Basics

Functions, Pathways and EEG Frequencies at Each of the International 10-20 System Placements

  • International 10-20 System for Placement of Electrodes for EEG
  • EEG Frequencies
    • Slow Waves and Fast Waves
    • Slow Waves, Moderate Fast Waves and Hyper Fast Waves
    • The BMA 8 Band Schema
    • The BMA 14 Band Schema
  • Perspectives of the Brain
  • Neuroanatomical Structures of the Brain Referenced to Brodmann Areas and Neuroanatomical Structures
    • Fasciculi
    • Thalamus
    • Cerebral Cortex
    • Limbic System
    • Basal Ganglia
    • Brain Stem
  • Neurophysiological Functions of the Brain Referenced to Brodmann Areas and Neuroanatomical Structures
    • Fasciculi
    • Thalamus
    • Cerebral Cortex
      • Left Hemisphere
      • Right Hemisphere
      • Posterior
      • Anterior
      • Sensorimotor Strip
      • Lobes of the cerebral cortex (raw sensory input, association areas for perception and comprehension)
        • Occipital Lobe
        • Temporal Lobe
        • Parietal Lobe
        • Frontal Lobe
    • Limbic System
      • Hippocampus- Temporal Lobe, Deeper Structure
      • Amygdala- Temporal Lobe, Deeper Structure
      • Septal Nucleus-Deeper Structure
      • Cingulate Gyrus-Midline, Deeper Structure


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    [Day 3] Friday, November 8th, 2019

    9:00am – 8:30pm | Neuropathologies (Dysfunctional: Microvoltages, Peak Frequencies, Asymmetries and Coherences Associated with International 10-20 System Placements) – Thomas Brownback, M.Ed and Christen h. Stahl, MA, NCC, LPC, BCN

    • Neuroanatomical Structures of the Brain Referenced to Brodmann Areas and Neuroanatomical Structures – Continued
      • Basal Ganglia
        • Caudate Nucleus
        • Putaman
        • Globus Pallidus
      • Brain Stem

    Business Tips: Educating Clients Through Popular and Professional Literature

    • II. Neuropathologies (Dysfunctional: Microvoltages, Peak Frequencies, Asymmetries and Coherences Associated with Brodmann Areas, Neuroanatomical Structures and International 10-20 System Placements).
      • Attention Deficit Disorder Distractibility/Inattention
      • Impulse Control Disorder
      • Hyperactivity/Hypoactivity Disorder
      • Depressive Disorders
      • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
      • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
      • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
      • Addictions, involving but not limited to:
        • Drugs
        • Behavioral
      • Amotivational
      • Learning disorders
        • Language
          • Receptive
          • Expressive
          • Comprehending Social Cues Dysfunction
      • Motor Disorders
        • Fine
        • Gross
      • Sleep disorders
      • Tic disorders
        • Motor
        • Vocal
        • Tourettes
      • N. Dissociative Identity Disorder
    • The BMANS Neurodiagnostic Evaluation Procedure within a 10-20 System Framework
      • Overview of Procedure
      • CNC-1020 and CTC-1020
      • Overview of Steps 4,5, and 6
    • In-depth Analysis of the Quantitative Electroencephalograph using Brodmann Areas, Neuroanatomical Structures and International 10-20 System Procedures for Various Neuropathologies
      • QEEG Concepts
        • Contamination of The Linked Ears Reference
        • Linked Ear Reference Versus Laplacian Reference
        • Absolute Versus Relative Power
        • Recording Conditions
          • Eyes Closed
          • Eyes Open
          • Cognitive Challenge
      • Loreta
      • Databases
      • Determine The Probability Of Involvement And Location Of Each Neuropathology Utilizing the CNC-1020 and Psychoeducational Testing
      • Utilizing the CNC-1020 and Psychoeducational Testing In Conjunction With Reference Data Bases To Determine The Frequency Range For Each Neuropathology Involved
      • Case History: In-depth Analysis: CNC-1020, Psychoeducational Testing, QEEG, Databases and LORETA


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    [Day 4] Saturday, November 9th, 2019

    9:00am – 8:30pm | In-depth Analysis of the Quantitative EEG using Multiple Database and Non-Database Procedures for Various Neuropathologies – Thomas Brownback, M.Ed and Christen h. Stahl, MA, NCC, LPC, BCN

    • Case History: In-depth Analysis: CNC-1020, Psychoeducational Testing, QEEG, and Database and Non-database Formats
    • Hands-On: Choosing the Placements and the Band Widths for Each Neuropathology
    • The Basics: Psychological Business Practices
    • Neurofeedback Training Procedures Utilizing Fully Customized 10-20 System Placement and Bandwidth Selections, Constantly Updated Spectral Analysis and Instant Display Screen Specificity
    • How To Build Neurotherapy Training Files
    • Mastering Independent Neurofeedback Training Teaching Clients How to Hook Themselves Up for Specific 10-20 System Placements and Exceptional Impedances Hands On:
      • Client Hook Up for Excellent Impedances
      • Clients Beginning Their Own Training Process
      • Clients Ending Their Own Training Process

    How to Conduct a Neurofeedback Training Session How to Adjust Thresholds for Audio Feedback and Percentage of Time Counters

    • For Artifact Rejection
    • For Targeted Training Band(s)
    • For Z-Score Training
    • The Basics – Social
    • Business Practices

    How to Track and Interpret Microvoltage and Z-Score Changes for Single Session

    • For Targeted Training Band(s) Microvoltage
    • For Frequency Bands Spectral Analysis
    • For Targeted Training Band(s) Percentage and Ratio
    • For Artifact: Movement and EMG
    • For Z-Scores

    How to Track and Interpret Microvoltage and Z-Score Changes Across Sessions

    • For Targeted Training Band(s) Microvoltage
    • For Frequency Bands Spectral Analysis
    • For Targeted Training Band(s) Percentage and Ratio
    • For Artifact: Movement and EMG
    • For Z-Scores


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    [Day 5] Sunday, November 10th, 2019

    9:00am – 1:00pm | Understanding When to Use Training Programs – Thomas Brownback, M.Ed and Christen h. Stahl, MA, NCC, LPC, BCN

    • The Basics – Spiritual Business Practices (This section will include a discussion of insurance reimbursement issues; you will receive a FREE copy of our handout that clients use with their insurance companies to receive the highest level of reimbursement.)
    • Practicing Z-Score programs
    • Putting It All Together: From Prospective Client Initial Contact To Successful Completion Of Neurotherapeutic Process


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