ANFI logo

Page: ANFI QEEG Clinic

In This Section
In This Section
In This Section
In This Section
In This Section
In This Section
In This Section

About Our Clinic

The ANFI clinic is offering high-quality QEEG assessment and report services to neurofeedback clinicians and mental health professionals interested in incorporating QEEG technology into their clinical practices.*

*A referral from a treating practitioner (psychologist, psychiatrist, neurofeedback clinician) in necessary for EEG assessment and reporting services.

QEEG Clinic

Also known as ‘brain mapping’, a qEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram) is a non-invasive assessment method that records brain electrical activity in the form of brain wave patterns.

QEEG assessments are used to identify patterns in brain activity that may help to understand our clients’ psychological, cognitive and emotional symptoms and assist us in making well-informed decision about their treatment.

Our EEG Technicians are well-trained, experienced professionals with substantial experience in assessing children and adults with a range of mental health issues.

All QEEG assessments are done in a setting that is both friendly and professional, following Covid-19 safety protocols.

A qEEG report is an expert analysis of the EEG data recorded during the EEG session.

Our reports are written by the team of experts led by an accredited qEEG Diplomate with more than 10 years of experience in analysing and interpreting qEEG. Our experts have assisted thousands of clients to better understand their symptoms based on the results of their brain assessment.

We have been trained under the supervision of many world experts including the world-leading qEEG Diplomate Jay Gunkelman who has, over 4 decades, evaluated thousands of EEGs in his clinical practice.

Mentoring plays a crucial role in facilitating the professional development of mental health clinicians specialising in EEG analysis and neurofeedback, particularly when working with traumatised individuals. Through mentorship, clinicians can access valuable insights, guidance, and expertise from experienced practitioners in the field. This collaborative approach not only enhances their technical skills but also fosters a deeper understanding of the nuances of treating trauma-related conditions.

Furthermore, mentors can provide a safe space for clinicians to discuss challenging cases, ultimately contributing to improved mental well-being and resilience, which are essential factors in maintaining optimal performance and effectiveness in this demanding area of clinical practice.

ANFI’s EEG mentoring sessions can be tailored to your needs, covering topics like understanding raw EEG data, reducing artifacts, analyzing spectral patterns, coherence measures, event-related potentials, independent components, LORETA analysis, and more. These sessions usually involve reviewing specific cases with your EEG data. They are ideal if you want to learn EEG analysis and report writing or gain insights into clinical implications without formal reports.

EEG mentoring benefits clinicians at all career stages by offering a deeper understanding of the brain, a second clinical perspective, trauma-focused guidance, and personalized support to enhance your clinical practice.