28 October 2015

Grand Rounds Sessions with Linda Walker

Due to popular request, the BFE is beginning two new series of grand rounds on Anxiety and Z-Scores.

So what exactly are BFE grand rounds?
•    they are an opportunity to hear case presentations on assessing and treating clients from specific populations or using certain clinical paradigms; and
•    they are your chance to present your own client case to a group of clinicians, and get an expert's opinion on how best to proceed.

The leader for these sessions will be Linda Walker, MHR, LPC.  Linda is an experienced clinician with extensive knowledge of biofeedback who also has superb teaching skills. These attributes, combined with her easy going manner, make her one of our highest rated online instructors. Linda has previously taught online classes on Heart Rate Variability, Tinnitus and Neurofeedback, and Z-Scores and she presented two in-person workshops at the BFE's Rome meeting this past spring. Whether you're new to the field or have been using biofeedback for a while, we invite you to take advantage of this unique opportunity.

Anxiety Grand Rounds
Time: 11am - 12pm eastern time (Canada/US), corresponding to 17:00-18:00 in Germany/France/Italy
Dates: Tuesday November 17th, December 1st, December 15th

The first session on November 17th will focus on Linda Walker presenting several cases of evaluation and training of clients with anxiety-based issues. Examples of both biofeedback and neurofeedback will reviewed as intervention options.
The second and third sessions, on December 1st and 15th, will be opportunities for attending clinicians to present their client cases to Linda, in order to get an expert opinion. Linda will provide her interpretation of the assessment data and suggestions on what type of intervention that would provide the greatest benefit to the clinician's client.
Please note that submitted cases should focus on anxiety-based sources.
Click here to register.

Z-Scores Grand Rounds
Time: 12pm - 1pm eastern time (Canada/US), corresponding to 18:00-19:00 in Germany/France/Italy
Dates: Thursday November  19th, December 3rd, December 17th

The first session on November 19th will focus on Linda Walker presenting several cases of evaluation and training of clients with the use Z-Scores. Z-Scores is the normative-based neurofeedback training based on Dr. Robert Thatcher's Neuroguide Database.
The second and third sessions, on December 3rd and 17th, will be opportunities for attending clinicians to present their client cases to Linda, in order to get an expert opinion. Linda will provide her interpretation of the Z-Score assessment data and suggestions on how to proceed with neurofeedback training for the particular circumstance.
Click here to register.

About Linda Walker, MHR, LPC
Linda Walker is a licensed professional counselor and school counselor who holds a master's degree
in Human Relations and Counseling from the University of Oklahoma and post graduate certificates in substance abuse and school counseling from Western Michigan University.

In her private practice working with a general population, Linda integrates a variety of methods with an extensive focus on biofeedback, neuorfeedback and QEEG. In addition, she teaches biofeedback and neurofeedback at Western Michigan University and serves as president of the Midwest Society of Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback.

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If any of you are interested in attending either of these series, please use the links above or below to register. Due to the nature of case conferences, there is limited room for attendees so please join as soon as possible.
Anxiety Grand Rounds
Z-Scores Grand Rounds

2 comments:

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  2. Hello! I am wondering why there is not more and more actual information on DCpotential or slow corticol potential?
    Looks like it is banned or not interesting anymore?
    Looking forward to hyour responses
    Thanks!

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