EEG Info’s Path to Excellence: Expanded Calendar with Innovative Neurofeedback Courses

by Virginia Rojas Albrieux | September 12th, 2023

Dear Neurofeedback Clinicians,

We are delighted to share some exciting updates with you regarding our course schedule for 2023-2024! As you may know, we have resumed our in-person courses and are delighted to be able to connect face-to-face once again. Being back in the classroom has been truly invigorating for both our staff and participants alike. We understand the value of personal interaction and believe it plays a vital role in fostering a rich learning experience.

Our team has been working diligently to curate an exceptional lineup of courses, each tailored to address the evolving needs and interests of neurofeedback clinicians like you. We are proud to introduce several new additions to our course offerings that we are confident will expand your knowledge, sharpen your skills, and invigorate your neurofeedback practice.

Whether you are an experienced practitioner seeking to expand your horizons or a newcomer eager to embark on a journey of discovery, there is something for everyone in our upcoming neurofeedback courses!

We will resume our original, long-standing, foundational class: 5-Day In-Person Introductory Course for new practitioners and neurofeedback clinicians who wish to reattend (I personally attended this class a few times and now, as an instructor, I still find myself learning and gaining new insights each time I engage with the material).

As part of our new course offerings, we present Mastering Neurofeedback & the Othmer Method: We are thrilled to introduce this groundbreaking course tailored for clinicians who have taken the Distance Introductory Course and wish to have an in-person experience but also for clinicians at any experience level who recognize the ongoing learning required by the Othmer Method. This course will review our clinical model and patterns of dysregulation, feature extensive discussions on clinical cases, and provide valuable hands-on experience in a convenient three-and-a-half-day in-person format.

In addition, we are adding Practicum 3: Next-Level Neurofeedback: Designed for clinicians who have already completed the Introductory Course, Practicum 1, and Practicum 2. This course explores clinical innovations, offers in-depth discussions on functional brain areas and clinical case studies, and provides hands-on experience (we can’t get enough of it!). So join us as we delve into the cutting-edge developments shaping the future of neurofeedback.

In addition to the new courses, we are also excited to relaunch our Practicum Week in a 5-day format. This immersive experience combines the content covered in Practicum 1 and 2 (Neurofeedback assessment, ILF training, Synchrony, and Alpha-Theta training).

And coming in 2024, we are thrilled to announce the return of our long-awaited Advanced Clinical Summit! The Clinical Summit is more than just a conference; it is a catalyst for growth, inspiration, and camaraderie. Join us in-person or via live stream as we push the boundaries of neurofeedback, forge new pathways for innovation, and celebrate the incredible strides made within our community. Mark your calendars!

While we are excited to have resumed in-person courses, we understand that distance learning remains a valuable option for many. Therefore, we will continue offering Practicum 1 (Assessment & ILF) and Practicum 2 (Synchrony & Alpha-Theta) in a distance learning format during 2023 and 2024.

At the heart of our mission is the desire to cultivate a thriving community of Othmer Method neurofeedback clinicians passionate about expanding the horizons of this transformative field. Our ultimate goal is to create a significant and enduring impact on brain health, unlocking its full potential to enhance lives and promote overall well-being.

We extend a warm invitation to you to join us in these exciting educational opportunities. The future of neurofeedback is bright, and we are honored to embark on this journey with you.

With enthusiasm,

Virginia Rojas-Albrieux
Director of Education
EEG Info


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