46th Annual International Conference
Neuromodulation and Interventions for Trauma
in the Time of Coronavirus
January 22-23, 2021
with a special screening of Gunkelmentary on January 21st
recordings available for 45 days
We are delighted to announce the 2021 NRBS Online Conference: Trauma in the Time of Coronavirus. The study of trauma has made it clear that traditional therapeutic approaches (e.g., psychotherapy, psychopharmacology) are often insufficient to alleviate the symptoms stemming from a trauma history. This knowledge is of particular relevance as we face having to help the millions of people who will need to recover from the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Aimed at and organized for providers and consumers who are interested in learning about psycho-physiologically based interventions that can be helpful for addressing symptoms stemming from trauma, we have arranged presentations from speakers who bring research, practice, and theory together.
Sebern Fisher, MA
Jay Gunkleman, QEEG-D
Ruth Lanius, MD
Bessel van der Kolk, MD
Lark Eshleman, PhD
Roseann Cappanna-Hodge, EdD.
Mary Lee Esty, PhD
Screening & Open Discussion
with Jay Gunkelman
5PM – 8PM
Although we can’t be together, we are kicking off the Annual Conference with Dinner and a Movie. The “Gunkelmentary” is a full-length documentary that chronicles the history and development of the art of EEG recording and interpretation over the last 50 years. The story is told through the eyes of Jay Gunkelman, EEG Tech, and his many students and colleagues who have been instrumental in the evolution of the art and craft of EEG analysis and interpretation. From the early days when EEG was considered an “epiphenomeon,” to the current state of EEG analysis as used in applied and clinical neuroscience. This documentary is of particular relevance to people interested in using an analysis of the EEG to guide psycho-physiological interventions for optimizing brain function and alleviating symptoms of mental health related problems. Jay will join us for a discussion following the showing.