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Introduction to Neurofeedback - FREE Webinar with Dr Trevor Brown (neuroCare Group)
If you are a professional considering Neurofeedback therapy in your own practice, but just not sure how to get started, this will be a great introduction for you.

Presented by Neuroscientist Dr Trevor Brown, we will cover the following and look forward to answering your questions.

- What Neurofeedback is (and what it isn’t)
- Overview of evidence-base for Neurofeedback as a treatment in ADHD, Insomnia and other emerging applications
- Summary of different evidence-based Neurofeedback protocol and technology requirements
- Is a QEEG necessary? Assessment considerations before starting with Neurofeedback.
- Training & Technology options.

The presentation & discussion will go for approximately 20 minutes with extra time for discussion.
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Dr Trevor Brown
Senior Neuroscientist and Trainer (AUS/NZ) @neuroCare Group
Currently a Senior Neuroscientist with the neuroCare Group, based in Melbourne, Trevor performs QEEG and ERP analysis and co-manages neuromodulation services, including Neurofeedback, tDCS, auditory Training and repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS). Trevor completed his Ph.D in Cognitive Neuroscience, entitled “QEEG, ERP, source localisation and Neurofeedback with Elite Table Tennis Players’” He had particular interest in this topic having been an Olympic Table Tennis athlete himself in Athens, 2004 and represented Australia internationally for over 10 years. Trevor then extended his knowledge in EEG analysis by completing his QEEG-Diplomat certification in 2016. Trevor’s role with the neuroCare Group extends to the Training and Science division, neuroCademy, where he participates in various research projects and is a presenter in professional training workshops focused on the application of rTMS and Neurofeedback.