Brain-based Assessment in Mental Health:

QEEG & ERP Didactic Courses

(Introductory to Intermediate level)

VENUE: Bond University, Robina, Queensland, Australia

Date: 24 – 29 November 2019 

Brought to you by 

Mind Science and My Health

in collaboration with world renowned neuroscientist

Prof. Yury Kropotov 

Quantitative EEG (QEEG) and evoked, or event-related, potentials (ERPs) are valuable tools for supporting the diagnosis and targeted therapy of mental disorders. Learn how to use biomarkers to classify brain disorders and to enable a more personalized treatment. Learn about methods of neurotherapy for influencing brain disorders.

Make a more precise diagnosis and treat your patients more effectively!

Our basic course gives an introduction to recording and analysis of a quantitative EEG (QEEG) as well as evoked potentials (ERP) and is intended for newcomers in these fields.  During the extensive practicum you will have the opportunity to record and analyse your own EEGs and ERPs as well as analyse various clinical cases. We supply all equipment for working in groups of two persons.

Health Practitioners who will benefit from this: Neurologists, psychiatrists, child- and adolescent psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, psychotherapists, MDs, pediatricians, occupational therapists, Neurofeedback therapists, school psychologists.



    Mind, Science & My Health (MSMH) has developed flexible training options toward completion of Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG) Didactic Training which is required for those seek preparation toward QEEG Certification through IQCB* .

       *The International QEEG Certification Board (IQCB) was established to certify the competence of individuals in obtaining and interpreting a Quantitative Electroencephalograph (QEEG). In addition to a minimum of 10 hours of mentoring and passing the IQCB examination in QEEG, candidates must complete a 36-hour QEEG Didactic Training course.

       About the course presenters

      Professor Juri Kropotov is a world-renowned neuroscientist and a leading expert in the basic and applied neuroscience. The unique methodology developed in his labs at the Human Brain Institute in St Petersburg (Russia) allows a sophisticated analysis of brain electric activity in resting states and under task conditions. The methodology is described in his book Kropotov, J.D. (2009). Quantitative EEG, event-related potentials and neurotherapy. London: Academic Press. These precise measurements of brain function can be used as Neuromarkers in the clinical context to evaluate brain health in different psychiatric and neurological disorders. The experience of translating this methodology into clinical practice is presented in his recently published book Kropotov, J. D. (2016). Functional neuromarkers for psychiatry: Applications for diagnosis and treatment. San Diego, CA, US: Elsevier Academic Press. Juri’s workshops are totally unique: the workshop will give you theoretical and practical experience of how to measure and analyse QEEG and ERPs using Human Brain Index Database with most advanced software tools available. Learning to use Neuromarkers is essential for psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists, forensic and criminology experts, brain researchers and anyone involved in brain training and neuromodulation. Read more about Prof. Yury Kropotov

        Michelle Aniftos is a Clinical Psychologist, Certified in Neurofeedback (BCIA) and a Diplomate of the QEEG Board International (IQCB). She is the founder, Director and Senior Clinician of Mylne Street Mental Health in Toowoomba, Queensland, where she serves a diverse clientele of children and adults with mental health concerns. Michelle is accredited by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as a Supervisor of Provisional, Registered and Clinical Psychologists and is an approved mentor for Neurofeedback and QEEG certification candidates. Michelle is past Convener of the Australian Neurofeedback & Psychology Interest Group; current President and Fellow of the Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia; and Chair of the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance - Australia.


      QEEG & ERP Didactic Course Overview

      Day One, Sunday 24th November

      8.30 -10.30am: Review* QEEG Core Modules

      11am -1pm: Basic Neuroanatomy

      2 - 4pm: Basic Neurophysiology

      4.30 – 6.30pm: Practicum in EEG Hardware & Software

      Day Two, Monday 25th November

      8.30 - 11am: Recording EEG (resting and task-performance states)

      11.30am -1.30pm: Practicum Editing Raw EEG & Artifacting (winEEG & Studio Software)

      2.30 – 4.30pm: Montages, Spectral & Topographies

      5pm – 7pm: QEEG Analysis & Neurofeedback Applications Part 1

      Day Three, Tuesday 26th November

      8.30 -10.30am: Recording EEG, ERP & behavioural data & Artifacting

      11am -1pm: Practicum Editing & Artifacting Raw EEG & Montages 

      2- 4pm: QEEG Analysis & Neurofeedback Applications Part 2

      4.30 – 6.30pm: QEEG Analysis & Neurofeedback Applications Part 3

      7pm:  Course Dinner & Discussion re QEEG Certification & BCIA Neurofeedback Certification

      Day Four, Wednesday 27th November

      8.30 -10.30am: Case Examples to Explore Brain Systems (Sensory, Executive, Affective, Memory).

      11am -1pm: Recording EEG, ERP & behavioural data

      2pm-4pm: Artifacting & Analysis (ERP waves> N1, N170, P2, N2 NOGO, P3NOGO)

      4.30 – 6.30pm: ERP latent components (category discrimination, comparison to working memory, action inhibition, conflict detection)

      Day Five Thursday 28th November

      9am – 11am: Recording & Analysis

      11.30am – 1pm: ERPs in Neurodevelopmental Disorders (ADHD & ASD)

      2 - 5.30pm: ERPs in Other Clinical Disorders (Schizophrenia & OCD)



      We are offering the following types of registrations for this event:

      1. MSMH IQCB QEEG Didactic Certificate (*distance study). For this component only please register at

      *The MSMH IQCB QEEG Didactic Certificate recommends that the following core Modules 1-5 are studied in advance of the practicum. Each of these modules include self-guided reading, assessment items and online webinars and tutorial sessions with the QEEGD Faculty/Mentor.

      1. Editing raw EEG and artifacts (2hrs self-guided plus 1hr tutorial)

      2. Drug Effects (2hrs self-guided plus 1hr tutorial)

      3. Database Analysis (4hrs self-guided plus 1hr tutorial)

      4. Clinical and Cognitive Aspects (6.5hrs self-guided plus 2hr tutorial)

      5. Ethics & Professional Conduct (2hrs self-guided plus 1hr tutorial)

      N.B.: Content of the distance learning modules will be reviewed* on Day One of our Practicum Program.

      2. MSMH QEEG Practicum  Days 1,2,3:  (a part of QEEG didactic course offered by Mind, Science & My Health     Fee $1395 AUD

      3.Intermediate ERPs certificate  Days 2, 3, 4 & 5 ( both Intro & Intermediate ERPs certificates)  Fee $1800 AUD

      4.Full 5 Days: QEEG Practicum, Intro & Intermediate ERPs certificates     Fee $2200 AUD

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