Integrative Complementary 
Medicine Association

Brain Regulation and the far-reaching benefit of Neurofeedback

  • 13 October 2016
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • 4 – 10 Bridge Street, Pymble, 2073


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Have you ever wanted to know about Neurofeedback but was not sure what it was, or how it can help, or where to gain this understanding from?

Share an evening with us and you’ll walk away with a better understanding of this powerful, gentle, non-invasive modality.

This talk will provide you with an understanding of the mechanisms of neurophysiological self-regulation and how specific patterns of disregulation lead to physical, emotional and behavioural symptoms.

We will talk about the advances in Infra low frequencies and the positive impact these low frequencies are having on the brain, therefore reducing symptom severity and in many cases ceasing symptoms altogether.

We will share stories from our clinical experience and provide you with insights about symptoms that have been successfully treated with Neurofeedback.

You will gain experience with Neurofeedback instrumentation that exercises the brains mechanisms of self-regulation and improves brain function, through live demonstrations.

Learn how Neurofeedback increases the brains capacity to function better and increases the benefits from other therapies.

Join Ondrej Bursik and Tracey Gillis-Sinclair for an interactive and informative evening. 

An Introduction to our speakers:

Ondrej BursikBA (Psychology), Dip HSc (Holistic Kinesiology)

Ondrej is the Director of Optimal Learning Centre. On completing his BA in Psychology at Macquarie University in 1996, Ondrej undertook a two year diploma course in Holistic Kinesiology.

Ondrej currently works at Optimal Learning Centre and lectures in Holistic Kinesiology at the College of Complementary Medicine, Sydney.

Ondrej completed training in:

  • Neurofeedback assessment and analysis
  • Samonas Sound Therapy
  • Primitive Reflex Therapy
  • Interactive Metronome
  • Also trained in Neurofeedback assessment and analysis procedures, Samonas Sound Therapy, Primitive Reflex Therapy (INPP) and Interactive Metronome.

Tracey Gillis-Sinclair - Dip MBM, Dip Kin. Graduated from CCM in 2013.

Through personal experience, Tracey introduced her son to Neurofeedback and witnessed the positive impact it had on his life. She was then determined to learn the fundamentals of this modality and enrolled in a course at EEG Info in California to bring this modality to her own clinic and has recently returned from her second trip to the U.S to further her studies in Neurofeedback. 

Tracey has completed training in:

  • Neurofeedback assessment and analysis
  • Alpha Theta Training

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