Mary Ammerman:

Enhanced Beginner Skills in Neurofeedback

Webinar Overview

In this 8-session online course, we will review 4 common EEG patterns associated with over and under arousal, ensure proper placement of 10-20 sites, walk through the steps of training a client from explaining neurofeedback and setting realistic client goals to assessing symptoms, recording and interpreting 2 site mini maps, selecting and adjusting protocols, using effective coaching strategies, managing thresholds, and evaluating client progress.


Designed for people who have already been through the 4-Day Introductory Course — whether some time has passed between the course and receiving your neurofeedback equipment or if you’ve had a few months to practice on friends and family, this class distils the most important points of working in the neurofeedback field.

Mary Ammerman, PsyD, BCN will be teaching the Enhanced Beginner Skills course, starting in just a few weeks. As it is live, CE credit is available. The course will be eight weekly sessions, each about an hour in length.

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About Mary Ammerman

Dr. Mary Ammerman earned her undergraduate degrees in English and Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. Mary believes that all people possess both the power and the ability to heal themselves. To assist with this process, she uses a combination of mindfulness cognitive skills training, acceptance and commitment therapy, neurofeedback, applied neuroscience, warmth, and humor in her practice. Mary also teaches introductory neurofeedback courses with Dr. Hamlin and mentors other neurofeedback providers throughout the U.S, Canada, and Australia. In her free time, she loves spending time with her husband and friends, taking advantage of Asheville’s live music scene, beautiful hiking trails, and incredible restaurants whenever possible!
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