Key West Brain/Mind Neurofeedback Meeting Announcement
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Key West EEG '96
4th Annual International
Brain-Mind- EEG Biofeedback, Applied Neurophysiology
Meeting, Colloquium, Spa, organized by Rob Kall
February 9-13, 1996
Foundations Course (with Joel Lubar, Siegfried Othmer and Nancy White) Feb 8th
Register early and save.
"The premier meeting in the entire area of EEG biofeedback, and an
outstanding opportunity for in-depth interaction with the experts
in the field."
Joel Lubar, EEG pioneer, AAPB president Elect
Meet and hear outstanding speakers on the science of brain and EEG. Lots of
smarts. Lots of talk, warm folks and warm weather. An exciting place to be."
Joe Kamiya, EEG feedback pioneer, past Biofeedback Society of America President
"..the best meeting in Neurofeedback I've yet attended."
Peter Rosenfeld , Past Pres AAPB
"It was exciting and fun for me."
Michael Hutchison, Author Megabrain Zones
"Where the old guard and the new guard meet. I wouldn't miss it."
Tom Allen, co-founding sysop, Compuserve Mind/Body Sciences Forum,
"The Key West Conference is quite simply the premier event in the world of EEG.
Where else can you talk with the leading clinicians, researcher and
theoreticians in an atmosphere of shared respect and openness? This is where
you can find out the latest advances directly from the people who are making
them, and enjoy the beach too -- if you can find the time!
Valdeane Brown, Clinical Psychologist, Neurofeedback Trainer
Last year, our third seminar/meeting on Advanced EEG biofeedback
topics was a phenomenal, quantum success. It exceeded past seminars in rave
reviews. People called it the best EEG meeting, incredible, a wealth of
information.., a wonderful collection of superlatives. Last year we had to
book overflow last minute attendees in other hotels. This year, the limited
conference space could force us to close registrations early. So sign up now
to assure yourself a seat at the most exciting EEG meeting in history.
The first day is optional, with 6 hours of foundations in EEG. The
next five days (over 36 hours) cover advanced topics-- the new ideas our
presenters are just exploring, uncovering, or excited about. Our main goal is
to go far beyond all the entry level seminars to create a stimulating advanced
applications and integrated models environment for learning, discussion,
networking and advancing this rapidly evolving powerful clinical field.
The 1996 meeting promises to be the best one ever. We've had three years to
figure out what makes for a fantastic meeting and the experience combined
with growth in the field is adding up to something very special.
We will have a record number of speakers.
1996 Schedule: breaks not listed Morning sessions end at 1:05 PM
Thursday February 8, 1996
9:00 Fndtns Course J. Lubar
1:15 Fdtns Course S. Othmer
3:00 Fdtns Course N. White
7-9 Optional Workshops
w-A-4 Peter Rosenfeld-Neurophysiological Foundations of NeuroFB for Neurotherapists
w-B-4 Bob Thatcher workshop: Practical Applications of EEG Databases and Discriminant Functions
w-C-4 Linda & Michael Thompson: Cognitive strategies, metacognitive strategies & NFBK: What they are and how to integrate them into NF neurofeedback training
w-D-4 Siegfried & Susan Othmer
2:00 -BCIA EEG Specialty Board Test Item validation Exam (representing the fusion of ACN and BCIA)
Friday Feb 9th
7:30 Exhibits & registration
8:00 Rob Kall Opening Remarks
8:20 Karen Pape Music as Biofeedback
8:35 Karl Pribram A New Method for Analyzing EEG
9:30 Lynda Kirk & Seb Striefel Risk Mgmt, Profl Conduct, & Ethical Guidelines in EEG Neurotherapy
10:10 Bob Thatcher New Advances in the Functional Imaging of The Brain
11:05 Bill Hudspeth EEG Coherence Architectures: A Model for Assessment & Rx
11:30 Brian Costello Integrating Biophysiological assessment & careers
12:10 Paul Swingle Treatment of Non-epileptic (pseudo) seizure disorder.
2:00 Optional Workshops
w-E-4 L-4 Mike Hutchison experiencing mind technologies
L-F-4 Barry Sterman The (SMR) Sensori- motor Rhythm: Basic origins, Functional significance, & Methods for Training Control in Clinical NF
W-G-2 Rollin McCraty Measurement of head/heart entrainment and heart rate variability.
W-H-2 Judith Lubar Integrating Neurofeedback for ADD with Other Psychological Interventions
6:30 exhibits open for one hour
7:00 Sue Othmer Eating Disorders
7:30 Victoria Ibric NF & hypertension
7:45 Alfonso Bermea EEG Neurotherapy in the Criminal Justice Sytem; a National update
8:15 Gary Schummer NF & HIV
9:00-10:15 Technology Panel Discussion Dennis Campbell, Rob Kall, G. Blundell, J. Hoover, D. Joffe, T. Allen, F. Deits, H. Toomim, Hal Meyers, S. Othmer
7:30 Exhibits & registration
8:00 Les Fehmi The attention/brain activity connection
8:55 Joel Lubar: changes in EEG, learning curves, effects of medication, EEG training to enhance performance in normals, EEG patterns associated with absorption in a complex task
10:05 Tom Allen Integrating Neurofeedback and autonomic training with ADD/ADHD,
11:00 Thom HartmannAn anthropologic view of ADD & options for EEG treatmnt it suggests
11:45 Hershel Toomim What changes in successful NF?
12:10 Lynda & Michael Thompson Adults with ADD; the key symptoms & use of NeuroFB combined with metacognitive strategies.
2:00 optional workshops begin
w-KP-4 Karl Pribram A New Method for Analyzing EEG
w-J-4 Joel Lubar: ADD neurotherapy techniques
w-K-4 Les Fehmi: clinical NF & Open Focus Techniques for dissolving physical aned emotional pain & optimization of function
w-L-4 Len Ochs: detailed discussion about the variables of importance in EDS tx & assessmnt.
6:30 exhibits open for 1 hour
7:00 Michael Linden Neurofeedback Screening & treatment strategies for ADD adults
7:25 Julian Isaacs ADD & Alpha-theta training enhancers
8:05 Martin Wuttke Integrating alternative therapies with EEG biofeedback
9:00 Grand Rounds- Paul Swingle: Chair
Sunday Feb 11
7:30 Exhibits & Registration
7:50 Siegfried Othmer peak performance
8:15 Jonathan Earle The Visionary Brain: Towards a Science of Neurotheology
8:40 Terry Patten Consciousness 101:Rational Mysticism & the Elusive Obvious
9:05 Rollin McCraty Head/Heart Interactions
9:50 Richard Williams From Hickups to healing; psychophysiology of Faith Induction
10:45 Anna WiseThe high performance mind
11:40 Dennis Campbell Establishing an Optimal Performance Paradigm
12:10 Gary Schwartz & Linda Russek Energy Cardiology
1:05 afternoon break
2:00 optional workshops
w-M-4 Tom Allen A model for Integrating autonomic arousal training with EEG BF for a continuum of neurobehavioral disorders ranging from ADD through tourettes, OCD, Aspergers syndrome, & autistic spectrum disorderss
w-N-2 Gary Schwartz & Linda Russek Energy cardiology,
w-P-2 Julian Isaacs: tAlpha theta training latest techniques, tools & tip to enhance training
w-Q-2 Alfonso Bermea w-2 EEG Neurotherapy Moving into the Criminal Justice FIeld
w-R-2 Gary Schummer Self-Regulation of the Immune System
w-S-2 Brian Costello Biobehavioral careers assessment
w-AA-2 Brian Morrissey Enhancing mental performance with Brainwave training-- experiential WS
6:30 Exhibits (1 hour)
7:00 Frank Deitz Mind Awareness Training
7:25 Mike Hutchison High Dimensional Chaos in NF: Direct Route to Peak Performance
8:35 Jim Hardt An example of the Kundalini experience as seen in multi channel EEG
9:00 Heart Spirit & Peak Performance Panel Discussion
7:45 Tom Budzynski Chronic Fatigue Syndrome project, the 14 Hz bare bones migraine study, the Ponce de Leon project
8:40 Joe Kamiya Understanding the human requires a new basic science, with biofeedback its inner core.
9:50 Peter Rosenfeld 1) studies of entrain ment" stimulation effects on EEG activity, 2) recent studies of EEG alpha asymmetry training on emotional and speech disorders.
10:45 Rob Kall, Tom Allen Brain Mind in Cyberspace: going on-line: e-mail, CserveMind/Body Sciences forum, compuserve, creating a homepage on the Web, WEB surfing, listerve & use-groups.
12:00 Barry Sterman Event related EEG responses; A new Dimension in Quantitative EEG Evaluation
2:00 optional workshops
w-T-4 Tom Budzynski & Paul Swingle Treatments adjunctive to neurotherapy: Preconscioius, Sub and supra-threshold Audio, visual & Somato sensory Driving of the EEG treatment protocols for a variety of disorderss
w-V-2 Seb Striefel & Lynda Kirk Risk Management, Professional Conduct, & Ethical Guidelines in the new applications of EEG NTx
w-W-2 Jonathan Earle: Fear & loathing in the EEG lab
w-X-4 Valdeane Brown : A 5 step model of NeuroFB intervention
w-Y-2 Richard Williams Holonic Awareness training: Methods similar to Jacobson's progressive relaxation have been adapted for the training fo awareness. Participants will be iintroduced to a new system of attention exercises which can be used along with neurofeedback. The goal is to achieve attentional flexibility and a heightened awareness of an integrated self and world
w-Z-2 Jonathan Walker : closed head injury
7:00 PM Rob Kall The cash practice model
7:15 Gerald Gluck Logistics of establisihing a hospital based NF substance abuse tx faciility.
7:40 David Noton EEG slowing disorders and Beta Frequency Photic Stimulation
8:05 Geoffrey Blundell Low EEG frequencies what is often referred to as "Delta" and is clearly not, because the subject is wide awake.
8:30 Valdeane Brown 1)Home training and other approaches, NF and immune function (CFIDS, Lymes Disease
9:05 Panel Discussion
8:00Joseph Horvat closed head injury assessment
8:30 Jonathan Walker Closed Head Injury Trtmnt
9:00 Len Ochs Information, Stimulation, and the Brain (with chronic CNS dysfunction)
10:20 Steve Wall
11:20Vlad Tokarev Brain Blood flow neurofeedback 11:45 David Joffe
12:10 Brian Morrissey Enhancing Intellectual Performance through Brainwave Technology 12:35-1:00 Sean Adam First public presentation of 5 yr, 500 +subject, $6 million study re: Brainwave frequencies in top corporate executives Video showing of EEG/Light -Sound equipment used to increase IQ
1:00 Goodbye "reception" food & drink
-Meeting: Latin American Biofeedback Assoc. day & time to be announced
As in the past, I expect our evening (sometimes turning into late night) panel discussions to be hilights of the meeting. One panel will be on integrating spirit and technology (Anna Wise, Richard WIlliams, Val Browne, Rob Kall, Pat Norris and more) ANother will be on instrumentation-- with Hal Meyers, Jan Hoover, Frank Deits, David Joffe, Geoffrey Blundell.
As always, the earlier you register the more you save on registration.
The goal: 1)to bring together many of the leaders in the field to share and cross fertilize ideas
2)to offer a meeting with content that goes beyond the basics, exploring applications, techniques, questions, challenges and concepts that are not ordinarily addressed in the foundations courses commonly sponsored.
3)to hold the meeting in a tropical, fun place where we also have time to relax with stimulating company. The colloquium is scheduled so no advnaced sessions are scheduled in the afternoon (morning and eveinging lectures.
. Topics include: Assessment and treatment of: A.D.D., Brain Mapping, Alcoholism, Addictions, Closed Head Injury, PTSD, synchrony training, immune function, pain management, Depression, Anxiety, Tourettes Syndrome, Epilepsy, Stroke Rehab, group EEG, Enhanced Performance and Attention. Why EEG biofeedback works. Case histories, Consciousness, Photic Brainwave Entrainment, light therapy, subliminal treatment procedures, Neurobiological models, training approaches and techniques, practice management strategies,, New Research findings, Reference databases, Psychoneurotherapy, integrating into a psychotherapy practice.
"This is one of the best, most exciting workshops I have ever attended.
The six days here were jam packed with information." D. L Ph.D. psychologist
"...a true gathering of the tribe. Anyone with a sincere interest in EEG
neurotherapy can get valuable information at this meeting."
".. excellent information/inspiration-- a delightful Key West Serendipity.
"The in-depth presentations and willing- ness to share of the presenters is
out- standing." Pat Norris past AAPB pres
"Best Conference for leaders, innovators."
Angelo Bolea, Psychologist
"Key West was the best meeting in Neurofeedback I've yet attended."
Peter Rosenfeld , NW Univ., Researcher, Past Pres Biofeedback Society of America
"The workshops allowed a communication forum for clinicians and
researchers to get together and share what's going on in EEG training.
This was done in a friendly environment (warm climate too) in which
information that was given encouraged us in the field to assist in future
-It was really special and exciting : very rich, very diverse and extremely
educational. Your organization was superb. THe content of subjects was very
enriching and enlightening; the atmosphere was beautiful.
Strengths: Calibre of speakers, and the open discussion in sessions & in the
- corridor about the whole human and spiritual aspect of EEG. Bottom Line:
Illuminating, Fascinating-- Wonderful experience. Well Done.
Yael & Jeremy Langford, Israeli Neurotherapists
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Registration form: Register Early for the best Rates*
Advanced Meeting (32 hrs CE): $650 on-site, $525 by 12/15/95,
$550 before 1/1/96, $595 by 1/15/96, $599 by 1/31/96,
($165/day, 3 consec days/$450, 5 days for $650)
Foundations course (6 hrs CE): On Site $225 $185 before 1/1/96,
$200 before 1/15. After 1/15/94 $210
Combination Advanced Meeting & Foundation Course: $799 on site
$625 by 12/15/95, $650 by 12/31/95, $695 by 1/15/96, $750 by 1/31/96
Optional Workshops Additional fee:
Pre-register for workshops 2 hour workshops are $40 & 4 hr workshops
are $75 before the meeting, and $50 and $90 on-site. You can pre-register for
workshops without specifying the one you'll attend and get full credit back if
you choose, with no cancellation fee on optional workshops. )
*-Registration fees include cash/check discount. Add 3% for MC/VISA/AMEX
*-Only one discount offer per registration. Discounts cannot be combined.
*- Cancellation Charges: $50 before 12/15/95, $100 before 1/20/96,
$275 before 2/7/96.
No refund after 2/7/96
Combined EEG and EMG meeting Reg. deduct 10% from EMG Mtg fee.
Hotel Reservations through Key West's Holiday Inn Beachside 305-294-2571
We recommend you fly into Miami, rent a car, and drive to Key West. It's a 3.5 hour
drive over blue water and tropical islands, but only if you do it during the day.
payment by check, AMEX, VISA, MC
Total $______________incl 3% CC surcharge if applic
P.S. The weekend preceding this meeting the first International Clinical Surface EMG meeting will Be held.
Tentative speakers include:
John Basmajian, Gideon Ariel, Bernard Brucker, BOb Clasby & Dan Skubick, Richard Gevirtz, Barbara Headley,
David Hubbard, Carrie Hall, Glen Kasman, Mosche Meyerowitz, Susan Middaugh,
Elsayed El-Moty, Erik Peper, Serge Roy, Richard Sherman, Steve Wolf
Meeting Organizer, Rob Kall
3171 Rail Ave, Trevose PA 19053
215-364-4445 fax 215-364-4447
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