An EEG is an electroencephalogram—it is a recording of the brainwaves. People who can read these are neurodiagnosticians. The ability to read EEG is a skillset that takes time and patience to learn. The “Q” in QEEG-D means that there is quantification of the EEG data, it is imaged in ways that make it easier to understand and read.
There is a field of professionals who can help you become skilled at QEEG and EEG interpretation.
Learn how to read raw and quantitative EEG here and receive your accreditation.
Neurofeedback is brain training. Ever consider that the brain (the physical 3-lb. object) and the mind (what is processing these words) are linked? Seems obvious. Neurofeedback is training the brainwaves to help people change their mood, their behaviors, and their states of being.
There is a field of professionals who are willing to help you to learn how to become skilled at neurofeedback. It takes time, practice, and patience.
Learn the principles of neurofeedback here and receive your accreditation.
Neurotherapy is stimulation-based brain training. This form of brain training is a step beyond neurofeedback. This is a way to show the brain how to behave with frequencies, current, and noise using pulsed electro-magnetic field therapy, and various forms of transcranial stimulation (such as transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS), transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS), and transcranial advanced pink noise stimulation (tAPNS).
There is a field of clinicians who use stimulation-based brain training who can help you learn.
To learn under a mentor is crucial for your neurotherapy education. Its beneficial to learn from a local practitioner. Our mentorship portal will connect you to a local or online mentor. Find your area of interest/need and we can align the rest.