As a result of taking this course, students will be able to:
- Summarize the psychophysiological processes underlying each condition covered in the course
- Use neuropsychophysiological recording and neurofeedback devices to record and display psychophysiological information
- Control the biofeedback display to optimize learning
- Use neuropsychophysiological recording equipment to assess patients with specific conditions
- Use neurofeedback equipment to apply specific interventions tailored to each condition covered in the course
The course objective is to provide the depth of knowledge in psychophysiology, EEG biofeedback equipment, and neurofeedback training techniques which clinicians are required to perform EEG-based assessments and neurofeedback based interventions. This information is crucial to effectively adding these techniques to a clinician’s practice. After completing this course, students will still need to get hands-on experience using EEG biofeedback devices before they can add EEG biofeedback to their practice.
Continuing Education credits: 45
Instructor: Cynthia Kerson, Ph.D.