Presenter: Argast, Terry Presenter Address

Duration: 120 minutes Learning Objectives

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120 minutes

Learning Objectives:

Participants will expand their understanding of EEG and complex systems. They will have a more descriptive language to explain to their clients why some brainwaves don’t change as they might expect. They will have a better understanding on how to select better protocols to increase client growth.

Test Questions:

What are three symptoms that will emerge when someone has undergone too much beta?

How might you tell you have a good protocol for someone following their first EEG biofeedback session?
What is the most important variable to look in when adjusting protocol?

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