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EEG Analysis: Theory and Practice - From Evaluation to Intervention

Format Workshop
Presenters Jay Gunkelman, EEG Diplomate. Prof M Barry Sterman, PhD, UCLA (guest live web presentation)
Description Day 1 will review EEG in depth, and is recommended for people who want to gain an understanding of the usefulness of EEG in the assessment and treatment of mental disorders. Topics include:
1. Steady state EEG assessment
2. ERP assessment
3. Using EEG analysis for diagnostics
4. EEG changes resulting from prescription medications
5. EEG changes resulting from substance abuse
6. EEG and neurofeedback.

Day 2: Analysis of EEG - generators of EEG, artifacts, transients. Practical work in EEG analysis, introducing the WinEEG (Mitsar) system.

Day 3: Further EEG and analysis - failure modes in the EEG or phenotypes. Practical work in EEG and QEEG analysis. Guest live web presentation by Professor Barry Sterman, UCLA

Day 4: Review of EEG for diagnostics and intervention, medical and biofeedback. Participants can submit EEGs of their clients for analysis. (Although WinEEG will be used for processing, any recording device can be used including Brainmaster's Discovery, Deymed or Mitsar. Files should be in .edf or Lexicor .dat format.) More on Event Related Potentials.
About the presenter(s) Jay Gunkelman is a world expert on EEG analysis, widely published, who has been at the forefront of the reemergence of EEG analysis in psychiatric diagnostics and intervention. He has developed a system of EEG phenotypes or failure modes to describe the issues found in the EEG and ways to reduce or eliminate these EEG disturbances.

Professor Barry Sterman (live guest web lecturer) is credited with starting the field of neurofeedback in the late 1960s. He is an expert in EEG analysis and neurofeedback.
Location NSW Metro, Australia
Venue Radisson Hotel & Suites
72 Liverpool Street, Darling Harbour, Sydney

Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
Start/End Date 18 Jan 2013 to 22 Jan 2013
Time 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Cost $1,500.00 all 4 days. $500 - any one day; $900 - 2 days; $1,250 - 3 days
Organiser Moshe Perl
Contact Name Moshe Perl
Telephone 03 9533 0555