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Understanding the EEG, with Jay Gunkelman, qEEG 

 Having analyzed over 500,000 EEGs since 1972, published and participated in hundreds of research papers, articles, books and meetings internationally, Jay Gunkelman is widely recognized as a pre-eminent authority on the EEG.

Six Webinars: 

Dates & Times:

EEG and medication/drug effects

Wednesday, Aug 28, 8am AEST

Epileptiform/paroxysmal EEG

Wednesday, Sep 4, 8am AEST

The endophenotype model with associated conditions

Wednesday, Sep 11, 8am AEST

The aging brain from developmental disorders to dementia

Wednesday, Oct 2, 8am AEST

The science and effectiveness of neurofeedback

Wednesday, Oct 9, 8am AEST

EEG patterns requiring medical or other interventions

Wednesday, Oct 15, 8am AEST


Designed for students, first responders, counselors, teachers, researchers, academics, doctors, therapists, psychologists, social workers, and other health & mental health professionals, the workshop series is directed to those with an interest in neuroscience, QEEG analysis, neurofeedback.


$60/session or all 6 for $300

Download flyer here

Praise for Jay Gunkelman
Jay is an icon in the field of EEG and QEEG. His contributions to our understanding of basic EEG analysis, functions of the brain, abnormal processes and the EEG basis of human consciousness have been transmitted to thousands of students and professionals alike. After so many years of dedication to EEG analysis, Jay is preparing to retire so this will be one of his final teaching opportunities and your chance to learn from one of the greatest contributors to our field.

Michelle Aniftos
Mylne Street Mental Health Toowoomba, Australia