QEEG Assessment

QEEG Assessment

As of January 2022, our EEG Clinic has resumed business as usual. We are receiving referrals for EEG assessment and reporting.

We are taking all necessary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect our staff and clients.

If concerned about the safety procedures, please contact us on 9646 6700 to receive more information.

What Is QEEG Assessment?

A QEEG (Quantitative Electroencephalogram) is a non-invasive assessment method that records brain electrical activity in the form of  brain wave patterns. It is also referred to as “brain mapping.”

Why is it important?

The QEEG assessment gives a  general indication of typical brain functioning, levels of alertness, self- regulation capacity and can identify different patterns associated with difficulties in cognitive functions, sleep disorders and changes in mood and behaviour.



Our clinic has an accredited QEEG Diplomate who has since 2010 assisted numerous clients to better understand their symptoms and suggest more effective treatments. We also had opportunity to work under the supervision of the world leading QEEG Diplomate Emeritus, Jay Gunkelman who had evaluated more than 500,000 EEG and remains to be one of the world’s leading experts in the EEG analysis.*

*A referral from a treating practitioner (psychologist, psychiatrist, neurofeedback clinician) in necessary for EEG assessment and reporting services.

Do I Need To Do Anything Before My QEEG Assessment?

Yes, please make sure to:

What will happen during my QEEG assessment?

If needed we might ask you to do a simple activity, or just rest with your eyes open and then with your eyes closed. This will take about 20 min in total.

How Long Does a QEEG Assessment Take?

QEEG Assessments last usually between 1.5 and 2 hours.

It is important the night before the assessment that you do not consume any alcohol or recreational drugs.

Note to parents