BSI Courses


This one-day course will provide a mechanism for acquiring understanding of the visual EEG as it reflects basic brain function/dysfunction. This includes review of multichannel EEGs, evaluating and reducing artifacts and using the EEG and some simple spectral processing to develop neurofeedback protocols or propose medication matches… and to show that the source of the quantitative features is actually the raw waveform’s morphology, which is how the QEEG is actually validated: Against the classical raw EEG, which remains the gold standard.

Instructor: Jay Gunkelman, QEEGD

$145.00 - $395.00

This hands-on workshop is a continuation of the 4-day BCIA certification didactic*, taught just prior in which the attendees will be given time to practice hooking up different protocols, such as alpha theta, theta beta ratio, coherence and SMR on state-of-the-art neurofeedback equipment, including Thought Technology Infinity, BrainMaster Atlantis, Mind Media NeXus and EEGer. 


Instructor: Cynthia Kerson, PhD | More about Dr. Kerson HERE
Hong Kong Coordinator: Davis Lak, MPhil, ACT, BCN, GHR Reg


Feb 2, 2016 8:30-12:30

$195.00 - $1,595.00

This 4-hour workshop will provide the attendee with demonstration of EEG recording and QEEG interpretation. The EEG will be viewed for artifacting as well as oversight of EEG features and events that may be missed in the brain map. Then the QEEG maps will be created and, based upon the EEG findings and the QEEG report, neurotherapy protocols will be developed. Common findings in cases that present with depression, ADHD, ASD, dementias, anxiety, PTSD and other common presentations will be shown.


Feb 2, 2016 8:30-12:20

$195.00 - $1,595.00


Jay Gunkelman, QEEGD | More about Jay HERE

October 12-13, 2015 (before ISNR) 

Mariott Tech Center, Denver, CO, USA. Reservations link to follow 


This 2-day course will provide a foundation for understanding the importance of de-artifacting and montage on outcomes, including the evaluation of drowsiness/vigilance for understanding basic brain function. This includes the impact of current modeling approaches such as phenotypes and vigilance modeling, and also the impact of these models on medication selection in psychiatry

$300.00 - $895.00

This cart item is for mentoring group hours at $75/hour. These meetings are currently held the 3rd Friday of each month from 9-11 Pacific time. 


Use this cart item to purchase BCIA mentoring hours at $150 each or 10 hours for $1,300. You can also purchase 1/2 and 1/4 hours as needed.

$32.00 - $1,300.00

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View BSI webinar recordings at your own pace. Inexpensive CEs.


Neurofeedback Bibliography with abstracts. Last compiled Sept '14






"What an honor and privilege to be taught QEEG and LORETA by two of the most recognized and respected people in the field of EEG; Joel Lubar, PhD and Jay Gunkleman, QEEGD. BSI's small class size, coupled with hands on experience gave us real insight into the mechanics of using QEEG with clients. I now feel ready to go forward by incorporating these techniques into my practice."
- - - RI, LMFT, CNT Los Angeles, CA



"To date I’ve done over 300 Qs with BSI and compared to other services I’ve used, their reports are far superior and Jay is always available for discussion of each case. I have learned so much from Jay by discussing these cases with him."

- - - RJS, PhD, LCSW, BCB, BCN, Houston, TX


"I have found BSI's recorded webinars as an excellent resource to improve my neurfoeedback skill sets. BSI's webinars provide user-friendly access to leading applied and research experts within neurofeedback. In addition, my graduate students have purchased recorded webinar sessions; they reported this resource reduces the complexity of neurofeedback through cohesive and comprehensive trainings related to neurofeedback."

- - - JL, EdD, Assistant Professor Psychology, Illinois Institute of Technology


"Dr. Kerson is an excellent teacher and neurofeedback supervisor. She provides a warm and caring approach to learning the process as well as the content - even when it is difficult to understand. She has a great sense of humor, and makes the learning interactive and fun. More importantly, she really cares about her students and takes the time to be sure everyone is succeeding."

- - - SS, PhD Associate Professor UNLV