NIA QEEG Online Workshop #4
55 yr-old who suffered a stroke. 47 yr-old with chronic hemiplegic migraines. 36 yr-old who developed aphasia and had two falls recently.
This is the recording of an online workshop that was held on April 13, 2020. In this workshop, Dr Moshe Perl reviewed the EEGs of 3 cases:
- A 55 year old man who suffered a stroke just over a year ago, and is having ongoing cognitive, emotional and physical issues.
- A 47 year old woman with chronic hemiplegic migraines accompanied by headache and auras. She also has chronic hormone difficulties. During this case we looked at artifacting with the ICA in WinEEG.
- A 36 year old woman who developed aphasia and had two falls recently after being taken off Lamotrigine. We discussed montages in detail in this review. We also looked at using ICA to find EEG components (not artifacts) and looked at a methodology to analyse the ICA components with LORETA.
In this workshop, Dr Perl shows how he conducts EEG/QEEG analysis - ensuring that any conclusion is validated by the raw EEG and the client's symptoms - and derives neurofeedback training protocols.
By completing this course, students can obtain 1.5 hours of BCIA recertification credit.
Dr Moshe Perl is a clinical psychologist and expert in neurofeedback and EEG. He has been teaching and mentoring in the field for over 20 years and is known for his ability to make difficult concepts easy to access.
In his spare time, Moshe enjoys making music (guitar and singing), watching Australian Rules Football (AFL), playing with his grand children and engaging in a good theological or philosophical discussion.
David Perl is a jack of all trades and a master of some. From engineering to business management to education and coaching, he is compelled to live in his greatness and catalyze others to live in theirs.
David has been driven to share his father Moshe's knowledge widely. He is very pleased to have created these offerings for the Neurofeedback and EEG/QEEG communities.
"Moshe has a way of absorbing the knowledge of the experts in the field and translating it into a way that is accessible to new practitioners.
-Mirjana Askovic, Psychologist, BCN, QEEGD, Neurofeeback program coordinator, NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STARTTS), Director of the Australia NeuroFeedback Institute, Sydney
"Dr Perl can target his teaching and mentoring to all levels of experience. He offers opinions and research from the different thought leaders in the field to provide a well-rounded approach to assessment and training."
-Dr. Cassie Atkinson-Quinton, Director & Chiropractor. Body and Brain Centre
"I have a passion for neuroscience, but can find it daunting. Dr Moshe Perl’s knowledge, as well as his teaching and mentoring style, make learning in this complex field so much more accessible! Dr Moshe Perl is a great mentor with vast knowledge and years of experience."
-Simin Kashi, Neurofeedback & QEEG Practitioner, Townsville
StartCase 1 - A 55 year old man who suffered a stroke just over a year ago, and is having ongoing cognitive, emotional and physical issues (28:11)
StartCase 2 - A 47 year old woman with chronic hemiplegic migraines accompanied by headache and auras. She also has chronic hormone difficulties. During this case we looked at artifacting with the ICA in WinEEG (23:17)
StartCase 3 - A 36 year old woman who developed aphasia and had two falls recently after being taken off Lamotrigine (92:22)
StartQuiz 1 - Case 1
StartQuiz 2 - Case 2
StartQuiz 3 - Case 3