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    • Friday, October 22, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Zoom
    • 46
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    Instructor:

    Dave Siever, CET

    This course examines a unique EEG signature and set of behaviors, which follow a traumatic brain injury (TBI), (concussion or pathogenic) and is independent of an observable MRI result. It shows the neuropathic processes that play out following this type of TBI and how they morph into long-term pathology, including Alzheimer’s and CTE. This webinar shows several classic and real examples of persons struggling with this condition and the way in which randomized audio-visual entrainment resets this condition and re-establishes brain function.

    Who is the Audience:

    Psychologists, Social Workers, MFTs, Counselors

    Level:  Intermediate, Advanced
     
    Specific Learning objectives:

    Based on the content of this presentation, the participant will be able to:

    1. Identify a person with a TCD through behavioral symptoms and EEG/qEEG measures.

    2. How to choose the proper AVE protocol to use when treating a TCD.

    3. Construct a recovery program for this client.

      You will receive an email containing the link to join the webinar before the event. Please ensure that you test your access to Zoom at least two hours before the webinar begins.

      Fees: Webinar fee is $45.00 for all ISNR members. The fee for non-members is $60.00. Space is limited, so register early!

      Continuing Education:

      • CE credits will NOT be offered for this webinar.

      Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Susan Alvarez, ISNR Executive Administrator.

      ISNR 13876 SW 56th Street Miami, FL 33175

      Tel: 703-848-1994

      Fax: 703-738-7340

      office@ISNR.org

      Because these presentations will be done online, it will be the responsibility of the participant to provide adequate and appropriate computer availability as well as Internet connections that will support this webinar. All efforts and reasonable accommodations will be made to make the information accessible to persons with disabilities.

      While this presentation offers no risk in and of itself, it is the responsibility of the individual attendee to determine any risks involved in the implementation of the contents of this presentation.


      Instructor

      Dave graduated in 1978 as an engineering technologist. He later worked in the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Alberta designing TMJ Dysfunction related diagnostic equipment and research facilities. He organized research projects, taught basic physiology and advanced TMJ diagnostics. Dave had noted anxiety issues in many patients suffering with TMJ dysfunction, prompting him to study biofeedback and then design biofeedback devices.

      In 1984, Dave designed his first Audio-Visual Entrainment (AVE) device – the “Digital Audio-Visual Integration Device,” or DAVID1. Since this time, through his company, Mind Alive Inc., Dave has been researching and refining AVE technology specifically for use in relaxation, boosting academic and sports performance and treating anxiety, depression, PMS, ADD/ADHD, FMS, SAD, pain, cognitive decline, insomnia, brain injury and Alzheimer’s.

      In 2105, Dave made an exciting discovery in identifying a unique type of TBI that is prevalent throughout society and overlooked by the medical community. Surprisingly, he also found that AVE can restart the brain within 20 minutes in some cases.

      Dave also designs Cranio-Electro Stimulation (CES), transcranial DC stimulation (tDCS) and transcranial AC Stimulation (tACS) devices. Dave continues to conduct research, perform a quantitative EEG service and designs new products pertaining to enhanced performance and mental wellness.

      Dave teaches a 30 CEU course on Stimulation Technologies with the Behavioral Medicine Research and Training Foundation. Dave has also published many articles and studies relating to Brain Stimulation Technologies and has recently made leading edge breakthroughs in the identification and treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury.

      As a firm believer in keeping his mind alive through neuro-stimulation, or, dancing In his dendrites!, Dave engages in many activities spanning research, flying RC airplanes and drones, kayaking, diving, caving, biking, sailing, music & song-writing plus having fun!

      Financial disclosure:  Mind Alive, Inc.
      • Friday, December 10, 2021
      • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
      • Zoom
      • 100


      Instructor: Mark L. Gordon, MD

      Neuroinflammation has finally been recognized as causing disruption of the neurochemistry responsible for our cognitive and neurobehavioral functioning. Alter the neurochemistry and we lose neurotransmitters, neurosteroids, protein synthesis and encourage neurodegeneration. What precipitates the development of neuroinflammation can be physical trauma as well as non-traumatic events such as chronic stress, surgery, medication and immunizations. This presentation will provide peer-reviewed articles unfolding the relationship of neuroinflammation and compromised functionality. Treatment will be evidential.

      1. What causes neuroinflammation
      2. How stress activates microglial dumping of cytokines
      3. The Fractalkine – Stress connection
      4. Cytokine and neuropsychiatric conditions
      5. Oxidative Stress
      6. Some means of controlling the melt down

      Who is the Audience:

      All disciplines providing clinical neurofeedback services

      Level:  All Levels
       
      Specific Learning objectives:

      Based on the content of this presentation, the participant will be able to:

      • Identify How physical and non-physical traumas initiate inflammation
      • Define what is the role of glia cells in the protection of the brain
      • Describe what are cytokines and how are they released
      • Identify how does inflammation damage mitochondrial energy products and what are the consequences
      You will receive an email containing the link to join the webinar before the event. Please ensure that you test your access to Zoom at least two hours before the webinar begins.

      Fees: Webinar fee is $65.00 for all ISNR members. The fee for non-members is $80.00. Space is limited, so register early!

      Continuing Education:

      • CE certificate is a separate fee of $15.00 for 1.5 CE hour.
      • 1.5 hour CE (Language listed below.*)
      • Purchase CE credit here.
      • This program, when attended in its entirety, is available for 1.5 CE hour.

      Credits:

      • BCIA will issue 1.5 credit towards BCIA re-certification for full attendance at this webinar.
      • This activity qualifies for 90 minutes of instructional content as required by many national, state and local licensing boards and professional organizations. Save your course outline and certificate of completion, and contact your own board or organization for specific requirements.

      Satisfactory Completion:

      Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Susan Alvarez, ISNR Executive Administrator.

      ISNR 13876 SW 56th Street Miami, FL 33175

      Tel: 703-848-1994

      Fax: 703-738-7340

      office@ISNR.org

      Because these presentations will be done online, it will be the responsibility of the participant to provide adequate and appropriate computer availability as well as Internet connections that will support this webinar. All efforts and reasonable accommodations will be made to make the information accessible to persons with disabilities.

      While this presentation offers no risk in and of itself, it is the responsibility of the individual attendee to determine any risks involved in the implementation of the contents of this presentation.


      Instructor

      Originally residency trained and board certified in Family Medicine (1984), Dr. Mark L. Gordon continued his medical education in Clinical Orthopedics (1990), Cosmetic Dermatology (1993), and Sports Medicine (1995) prior to pausing in 2007 to write his first book on Interventional Endocrinology a term which he coined in 2003. His book, The Clinical Application of Interventional Medicine (2008), is recognized by his peers as a primer for the standards of care and assessment for Interventional Endocrinology (anti-aging medicine). He held the position as Voluntary Associate Clinical Professor at the Keck School of Medicine (1998-2013) and Medical Director of CBS Studios (2001-date), and has also participated on projects with HBO, ESPN, CNN, FOX, Good Morning, and a number of international news programs. Dr. Gordon has appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience (#438, #574, #700, #1056) to discuss Traumatic Brain Injury associated hormonal dysfunction syndrome which generated national and international interest. In May 2015, his book Traumatic Brain Injury – A clinical approach to diagnosis and treatment, was launched along with a three-day workshop attended by an international and national group of medical specialists seeking advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of TBI. In January 2020, Dr. Gordon was invited by the United Kingdom’s Military Surgeon General to provide his perspective on treatment of blast wave trauma and why he was seeing high ranking officers from the UK in his office in Los Angeles. Maybe because they recovered from their symptomatic TBI when placed on the Millennium Treatment Protocol. Lastly, understanding the wealth of information needed to treat TBI patients using the science of neuroendocrinology and endocrinology, Dr. Gordon has spent the past 3 years writing a software application, the Millennium-TBI Office Assistant (MAO), an AI application that uses over 1000 algorithms to interpret the Millennium biomarker panel, medication, and past medical history. This allows for the healthcare provider to duplicate Dr. Gordon’s work and results in 15 minutes as opposed to years. Access to the application will be available in the first quarter of 2020. Dr. Mark Gordon is the owner and Medical Director of Millennium-TBI, located in Encino, California. www.TBIHelpNow.org.

       


       

      Financial disclosure: None

      • Saturday, March 12, 2022
      • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
      • 100


      Instructor:

      Name, credentials

      Course description

      Who is the Audience:

      All disciplines providing clinical neurofeedback services.

      Level:  Introductory, Intermediate
       
      Specific Learning objectives:

      Based on the content of this presentation, the participant will be able to:

      • List learning objectives here
      You will receive an email containing the link to join the webinar before the event. Please ensure that you test your access to Zoom at least two hours before the webinar begins.

      Fees: Webinar fee is $45.00 for all ISNR members. The fee for non-members is $60.00. Space is limited, so register early!

      Continuing Education:

      • CE certificate is a separate fee of $10.00 for 1 CE hour.
      • 1 hour CE (Language listed below.*)
      • Purchase CE credit here.
      • This program, when attended in its entirety, is available for 1 CE hour.

      Credits:

      • BCIA will issue 1 credit towards BCIA re-certification for full attendance at this webinar.
      • This activity qualifies for 60 minutes of instructional content as required by many national, state and local licensing boards and professional organizations. Save your course outline and certificate of completion, and contact your own board or organization for specific requirements.

      Satisfactory Completion:

      Add CE language here

      Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Susan Alvarez, ISNR Executive Administrator.

      ISNR 13876 SW 56th Street Miami, FL 33175

      Tel: 703-848-1994

      Fax: 703-738-7340

      office@ISNR.org

      Because these presentations will be done online, it will be the responsibility of the participant to provide adequate and appropriate computer availability as well as Internet connections that will support this webinar. All efforts and reasonable accommodations will be made to make the information accessible to persons with disabilities.

      While this presentation offers no risk in and of itself, it is the responsibility of the individual attendee to determine any risks involved in the implementation of the contents of this presentation.


      Instructor

      Instructor bio here

      Financial disclosure: none

    Past events

    Friday, July 30, 2021 Open Focus and the Brain
    Friday, May 14, 2021 An Introduction to Neurofeedback for Chiropractors: How Neurofeedback can Augment Chiropractic Practice Outcomes
    Friday, April 30, 2021 Tactics of Home Neuromodulation
    Friday, March 26, 2021 ISNR Members-Only Networking Event
    Friday, March 12, 2021 Understanding EEG, ERP & QEEG as Diagnostic and Therapeutic Tools
    Friday, February 26, 2021 ISNR Networking Group
    Friday, January 15, 2021 The Impact of Brain Health on Lifestyle and Neurofeedback
    Friday, November 20, 2020 Best Practice in Using Home & Remote Neurofeedback Training
    Wednesday, October 21, 2020 What Neurofeedback Practitioners Need to Know about Photobiomodulation
    Friday, October 09, 2020 New Advances in Neuroimaging and Neurofeedback
    Friday, June 26, 2020 Advantages and Limitations of Independent Component Analysis (ICA) in EEG Research
    Friday, June 12, 2020 Developmental Trauma and Neurofeedback: Impact, Treatment and Assessments
    Friday, May 08, 2020 Ethical Considerations for Neuro/Biofeedback Providers
    Friday, April 17, 2020 Epilepsy and the Foundations of Neurofeedback
    Friday, March 13, 2020 Introduction to EEG NeuroMeditation
    Friday, February 28, 2020 Understanding Neurofeedback Mechanisms
    Friday, January 10, 2020 The QEEG & Cognitive Activation Evaluation, Brain Injury, Cognitive Improvement
    Friday, December 20, 2019 Introducing Neurofeedback Into Your Practice, Part 2 of 2
    Friday, December 06, 2019 Introducing Neurofeedback Into Your Practice, Part 1 of 2
    Friday, October 25, 2019 Neurofeedback in the treatment of ADHD: History, current state & future perspective.
    Friday, October 04, 2019 ADHD and Comorbidities: Neurofeedback combined with Heart Rate Variability Training is Effective
    Friday, July 12, 2019 Heart Rate Variability: Psychological Factors plus a Novel Technique for Dramatically Enhanced Results
    Friday, May 10, 2019 Using the qEEG to Assess Concussions & their Severity: Efficacy of the Components to Predict Return to Activity
    Friday, April 19, 2019 The Central Brain Mechanisms of Pain & Neuromodulation Techniques for Addressing It
    Friday, February 15, 2019 Can We Heal Heartbreak with Neuroscience?
    Friday, December 14, 2018 Becoming Certified in Neurofeedback
    Friday, September 28, 2018 Adding Neurofeedback to Your Psychotherapy Practice
    Friday, August 11, 2017 Calming the Fear Driven Brain: Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma

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    Executive Administrator
    13876 SW 56th St, PMB #311
    Miami, FL33175
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