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College of Complementary Medicine

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Pymble, NSW 2073

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Brain Function 2

David Corby

BF2 helps to:

  • Improve understanding and ability to assess specific difficulties
  • Increase power of BF1 work through more specific activation
  • Widen treatment options
  • Covers a wide range of cortical points
  • Use auricular and scalp points

Brain Function 2 introduces neurophysiological assessment so that you can better assess and more specifically address specific problems such as:

  • Multitasking;
  • Expanded integration and gross motor movement – modified gait and marching assessments;
  • Fine motor movement;
  • Time and sequencing;
  • Balance;
  • Memory and sequencing;
  • Visual memory;
  • Long term memory;
  • Auditory memory;
  • Working memory;
  • Complex memory;
  • Attention and focus;
  • Body and spatial awareness;
  • Reading;
  • Primitive reflex assessments.

We will work with a greatly expanded set of brain points – with all points on the head used to address specific brain functions; introduce scalp acupuncture points; and work with auricular points for survival brain centres and motor pathways.

This course greatly expands your understanding of what is causing your clients problem and where to focus to improve their function.

It provides protocols for a key functions – such as memory, multitasking, sequencing and other important aspects of logic function and attention.

It also greatly expands your repertoire of brain points and corrections.

Day 1

  • The brain is plastic
  • Recognising and Categorising Problems
  • Developmental Delay
  • Enhanced marching assessment
  • Modified gait assessment
  • Integration, gross motor movement, multitasking procedure
  • Mapping and finding cortical points
  • Using the functional summary table
  • Balance assessment and procedure

Day 2

  • Foundations of learning
  • Scalp Acupuncture
  • Auriculotherapy
  • Finding Ear points
  • Finding Scalp points
  • Primitive reflex assessment and procedure

Day 3

  • Learning and Memory
  • Memory assessment and procedure
  • Digit span
  • Visual Spatial Memory
  • Long Term Memory
  • Working Memory
  • Complex Memory
  • Memory and sequencing
  • Memory and attention
  • Time/ sequencing assessment and procedure

Day4

  • Fine motor movement assessment and procedure
  • Body orientation assessment and procedure
  • Focus/ attention assessment and procedure
  • Understanding reading
  • Reading assessment and procedure
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