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June 2013

Swingle Clinic: ClinicalQ and Braindriving Workshop - Fundamental Neurotherapy for Professionals - Vancouver, Canada: 6/21-23

The workshop introduces the ClinicalQ and Braindryvr methods. Each topic is designed to help professionals learn what has been shown to work from experience and research. Participants learn how to record the ClinicalQ and to interpret the results. Methods for probing the client based on comparisons with the ClinicalQ clinical data base are reviewed and many cases are studied to help participants learn how to capably use this intake procedure.

The details associated with selecting appropriate unconditioned stimuli for braindriving are reviewed and the methods for administering basic Braindryvr protocols are shown. Unique concerns regarding treating clients with severe emotional trauma, chronic depression and those who are heavily medicated are reviewed. Conditions that require full QEEG will be identified as will conditions in which the more aggressive treatments are contraindicated.

For more information, please e-mail rita@swingleclinic.com.

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