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Board certification provides a minimum standard of professional training for providing neurotherapy and normative EEG services. - Members' Area
Requirements        
  • 100 coursework in Principles in Neurotherapy, or ANA exam (25 hrs per section passed)        
  • Supervision: Self and additional case (40 contact hrs min for each, pre/mid/post EEG).        
  • Review of 12 case studies (PN 512, 561, other sources)        
  • Formal education minimum: Bachelor's or equivalent.  
  • FOUNDATION COURSES
    501 Normative EEG
    502 Function and Structure
    503 Clinical Case Reviews
    PRACTICUMS
    510 Acquisition and Analysis
    512 Reports (OMQ)
    514 Neuromodulation
    ELECTIVES
    530 Research & Writing
    540 Family Neurodynamics
    542 Social Neuroscience
    550 Journal Club
    561 Active Case Reviews
    590 Student Projects

    ANA Database Login - Meds, Brodmann Areas


    Principles of Neurotherapy

              FOUNDATIONAL

    501 Normative EEG
    Instructors: David A Kaiser, with guests
    1. Introduction to EEG (Articles 1-2)
    2. Artifact (none)
    3. Activity and Connectivity (Articles 3-4)
    4. Sleep (5)
    5. Seizure (6-7)
    6. Drug Effects (8-9, 10 optional)
    7. Neuropsychology (11)
    8. Measurement & Analysis (none)
    9. Interpretation & Ethics (12-13, 14 optional)
    10. Operant Conditioning (15-16, optional 17)
    Textbook: Selected readings (Articles number 1-17)
  • (1) History of EEG , (2) Fundamentals
  • (3) Basic Principles , (4) Connectivity & Aging
  • (5) Sleep by Steriade
  • (6) Sacred Disease , (7) Epilepsy Handout (pages 1-18 only)
  • (8) Gunkelman Summary , (9) Kaiser Summary -not yet uploaded , (optional 10) Drug Effects, 1946
  • (11) TOVA
  • (12) What is QEEG? , (13) APA Ethics , (optional 14) RTN and spindles
  • (15) Neurofeedback , (16) ADHD , (optional 17) SMR

    Relevant Videos

  • EEG Cap Demo by Souter
  • Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Behaving Brain , Responsive Brain
  • Awake & Asleep , What Is Stats?
  • Picturing , Distributions
  • Normal Distrib. , Calculations
  • Correlation , Significance , More ....



  • 502 Function and Structure
    Instructor: David A Kaiser, with guests

    1. Brain Evolution (Kolb & Whishaw Chapter 2)
    2. History of Neuroscience (Chapters 1, 3)
    3. Sublayers of the CNS (Ch. 4, 5, optional 8, 9)
    4. Left Hemispheres (taught with RH) (Ch. 11, 12, & 17)
    5. Right Hemispheres
    6. Parietal, Temporal, and Occipital Lobes (Ch. 13, 14, & 15, optional 18, 22)
    7. Frontal and Limbic Lobes (Chapters 16, 19, 20)
    8. Structural Syndromes (Ch. 23, 25, 26, optional 6)
    9. Functional Syndromes (Ch. 27; optional 23, 24)
    10. Principles of Neuroplasticity (Ch. 7, 10)
    Textbook: Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology (5th or 6th edition).

    Videos

  • Cognitive Consilience paper
  • Subcortical modulation
  • Eran Zaidel
  • Arnold-Scheibel
  • Consciousness
  • Phineas Gage
  • Living c/o Memory
  • Brain Function
  • Divided Brain
  • Gilchrist talk
  • Broca's & Wernicke's Areas
  • Epilepsy , More...




  • 503 Clinical Case Reviews
    Instructors: Kaiser & guests [30 hrs]
    503 Clinical Case Reviews
    Instructor: David A Kaiser, with guests

    1. Reliability and Validity
    2. Developmental Trajectories
    3. Family Neurodynamics
    4. Trauma and Abuse
    5. Attachment, Autism, and Language
    6. Brain injury and Seizure
    7. Medication Effects
    8. Neuromodulation (pre/post)
    9. Neurocosmology
    10. Normative Reports & Scientific Literature





              PRACTICUMS


    510 Acquisition and Analysis Practicum [12 hrs]

    Upcoming in Asheville NC, Rochester NY, and Cleveland OH

    Our Monthly Q - EEG Training Forum
    512 Report Practicum (OMQ)

    Instructors: David Kaiser, Andrea Meckley

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    514 Training Practicum [12 hrs]




              ELECTIVES


    530 Research and Statistics [10 hrs]
  • Measurement and Desc. Statistics [2 hrs]
  • Reliability and Validity [2 hrs]
  • Sampling and Inferential Statistics [2 hrs]
  • Research Design and APA Format [2 hrs]
  • Literature Review [2 hrs]

  • 540 Family Neurodynamics [10 hrs]
  • Neurobiology & Genetics [2 hrs]
  • Attachment [2 hrs]
  • Socio-Emotional Development [2 hrs]
  • Family Neuroimaging [2 hrs]
  • Group Neurodynamics [2 hrs]

  • 542 Social Neuroscience [10 hrs]
  • Cingulate [2 hrs]
  • Orbitofrontal cortex (OFC) [2 hrs]
  • Dorsolateral PFC [2 hrs]
  • Mirror Neurons and Right TPJ [2 hrs]
  • Language Neurocircuitry [2 hrs]
  • Principles of Evidence Neurotherapy: Advances and Challenges
    550 Advances and Challenges (Journal club)
    Instructor: David A Kaiser

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    561 Active Case Reviews
    Instructors: David A Kaiser and guests [30 hrs]

    590 Student Projects
    Brodmann Atlas, WaveAtlas, Talairach Visual Database

    Information

    Neurotherapeutic technology allows us to adjust our physiology to improve health, performance, and lifestyle. Individuals are trained to normative values in neuroelectromagnetism, which includes heart rate variability, temperature control, and brain rhythms, through feedback and stimulation. Evidence-based neurotherapy (EBN) consists of normative EEG and literature-guided neurobehavioral interventions that use inferential neurometrics and neuromodulatory techniques with a 150 years of peer-reviewed empirical support. Individuals under any care classifications including psychiatric, neurological, psychological, primary, and academic acquire improved behavioral function through neuroelectromagnetic adjustments using operant conditioning, counseling, physical and mental exercise, and related interventions. Evidence-based neurotherapy is the culmination of 40 years of NIH, DOD, and NASA sponsored research at major institutions including UCLA, RIT, VA, and USAF facilities. The American Neurotherapy Association (ANA) was founded to provide educational, commercial licensing, clinical network support, and political advocacy of EBN and neurocosmology in the form of religious, spiritual, or secular neurocounseling. We held out first meeting in Baltimore this year, March 2012.

    Board members, instructors, and advisors include pioneers in the fields of neurotherapy and normative EEG analysis, with a century of experience in neuroplasticity research and clinical practice. They are Teresa Andreoli PsyD, Roger deBeus PhD, Ed Hamlin PhD, David A Kaiser PhD, Margaret MacDonald MD, Denise Malkowicz MD, Hank Mann MD, Andrea Meckley MA, Srinivasan Nida, MS Vincent Paquette PhD, and Barry Sterman PhD.

    Kaiser Academy trains individuals for the ANA exam. Passing this exam, or its equivalent as determined by the academy, allows students and professionals to promote themselves as Board Certified in Normative EEG and Evidence-based Neurotherapy as well as ANA Faculty, if so invited by the Board. Additional designations include Board Certified in Neurotherapy (BCN), Board Certified in Normative EEG (EEG), or Board Certified in EEG. ANA certification exam questions may be used by other credentialing agencies with permission. Contact David Kaiser for information as to curricula, educational services, practices, exams, and referrals.

    Certified Evidence-based Neurotherapists exhibit competency in performing the following professional functions:

  • Maintain confidentiality of records relating to patient evaluation and treatment
  • Prepare and maintain treatment records and reports for at least 5 years
  • Evaluate patients through interviews, observations, behavioral tests, and psychophysiology
  • Encourage change in behavior and tendencies with counseling, operant conditioning, and stimulation
  • Facilitate skill development appropriate to each maturational stage of life
  • Develop and implement treatment plans with quantifiable goals based on clinical experience and neuroscientific standards
  • Collaborate with other clinicians in the assessment and development of treatment plans regardless of care discipline
  • Act as a patient's advocate to coordinate and acquire mental and primary health services and to help resolve emergencies and crises
  • Demonstrate professional standards across cultural, age, and gender diversity

    These courses are part of the 100-hour program of the American Neurotherapy Association (ANA) for Board Certification in Evidence-Based Neurotherapy. The ANA provides professional standards of neuromodulation and neuroplasticity evaluation and collecting and publishing peer-reviewed evidence of efficacy and effectiveness of neuromodulation techniques including EEG operant conditioning, electromagnetic neurostimulation, and related technologies. Board certification indicates a minimum standard of professional training for providing neurotherapy and EEG services. This Board has no affiliation with other continuing education programs, although students are welcome to use any and all information associated with coursework (e.g., CV, syllabus, exams) in obtaining credit in CME, CE, BCIA, and other programs. Completing forms for this credit is the responsibility of the student. Our core curriculum (501, 502) was approved by the Middle States Commission of Higher Education for undergraduate education in 2007+. Each 90-minute lecture and discussion is recorded for student use indefinitely, all rights reserved, when technical issues allow. Application for mentorship via request only

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