BSF April 2018 CE Conference Information

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The Biofeedback Society of Florida is pleased to announce its April 2018 CE conference:

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder:
A brain-based perspective


Connectivity, network analyses, and QEEG methods for assessment

Coherence training and other neurofeedback and neuromodulation approaches to treatment


Presented by
Robert Coben, PhD
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Director, Integrated Neuroscience Services

Workshop Description

This workshop will focus on an understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) from a brain based perspective. Participants will learn about ASD characteristics, epidemiology, and brain networks responsible for its many manifestations. We will discuss forms of assessment including QEEG, but specifically focused on connectivity and network analyses. This will include a focus on research but also case examples showing the application of advanced connectivity analyses. Available treatment options will be reviewed including a focus on neuromodulation and neurofeedback approaches. The workshop will highlight the utility of coherence training and its applications as an advanced neurofeedback application for ASD.

Required Supplemental Reading: Dr. Coben has provided supplemental reading for this workshop, the completion of which is required in order to receive the full 8 APA approved CE credits offered. You may DOWNLOAD THE SUPPLEMENTAL READING HERE.

Course Objectives - At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
  • Define and understand the prevalence and forms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Identify brain regions critical to the understanding of ASD
  • Describe brain networks involved in ASD symptoms and patterns
  • Explain complex techniques involved in the assessment of coherence and connectivity
  • Discuss neurofeedback approaches for ASD
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