NeuroField Neurotherapy Inc.
1836 State St
Santa Barbara, Ca 93101
Tel (805) 403-4202
The NeuroField Neuromodulation Advanced Training and Think Tank is designed to enhance your skills in EEG and QEEG assessment, analysis, map interpretation, neuromodulation and treatment planning in the NeuroField64 software platform, Event Related Potentials in NeuroField ERP, as well as Independent Components Analysis via Neurofield EEG. Case studies are welcome. This training is for intermediate to advanced neurotherapy clinicians. It is strongly advised that a Neurofield Bootcamp be attended before the Advanced Workshop. NeuroField64 combines Pulsed Electromagnetic Field stimulation (pEMF), transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS), and transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS), and transcranial Advanced Pink Noise Stimulation (tAPNS) modalities with photobiomodulation for the purpose of enhancing treatment effectiveness. This three day training will cover how to get the most out of clinically applied neurostimulation, collect a 37-channel EEG, read EEG and review QEEG brain maps, generate a treatment plan, set up NeuroField64 for synchronized stimulation with EEG neurofeedback, and administer effective treatment. Dr. Nicholas Dogris and Dr. Tiff Thompson will lecture on current applications and research that shows how pEMF, tDCS/tACS/tRNS/tAPNS affects the brain and mind. Dr. Dogris and Dr. Thompson will lecture regarding the application of NeuroField64 on various clinical diagnoses, based on what the attendees deem most important. Dr. Dogris and Dr. Thompson will conduct live demonstrations of NeuroField64 and provide participants the opportunity to experience these modalities during the training.
This training is suited for clinicians looking to weave neurostimulation into their practice. This modality stands alone as an effective method of treatment and is known for the speed at which it can induce change in patients. Neuromodulation is very different than neurofeedback and, for this reason, works as both an alternative, as well as an adjunct to a neurofeedback or biofeedback practice.
At the advanced level, clinicians come in with their requests and these are fulfilled throughout the course of the workshop. Some of the most commonly requested information is: 1) protocol selection and decision tree, 2) profiling of different disorders, 3) how to read ICAs, 4) power-power coupling synchrony index interpretation, 5) the use of EEGlab inside Neurofield, 6) ERP101. That said, please come prepared with your questions and requests and we will do our best to satisfy each student.
Light Breakfast: 8:30 am – 9 am (PST)
Monday, October 30th: 9 am – 5 pm (PST) (break at noon for lunch)
Tuesday, October 31st: 9 am – 5 pm (PST) (break at noon for lunch)
Wednesday, November 1st: 9 am – 12 pm (PST)