Resilia ~ NeuroAssessment

The Quick Q
Developed by Paul Swingle

The Quick Q, developed byPaul Swingle, Ph.D over 20 years ago, is a very efficient intake assessment methodology. It can provide rapid diagnostic data that permits remarkably accurate descriptions of the client's complaints. The QuickQ takes only 15 minutes to administer, and uses a limited number of brainwave sites for assessment. Though the numbers of sites used for assessment are limited, the selected location provide essential information regarding brainwave activity. Over Seven years of research went into the development of the Quick Q and that database contains information from over 700 patients. The data of the Quick Q exceeds even some of the more commonly used EEG databases. In summary, the Quick Q is an efficient and less costly brainwave assessment methodology that can meet the needs of most people.

QEEG

Quantative Electroencephalography (QEEG) records 19-channel of brainwave activity, the resulting EEG data are computer processed to provide a statistical analysis of brain electrical activity. In turn, these data are presented in various visual forms such as "brain maps" and images which can show the ways in which different areas of the brain are functioning. The use of a normative database allows for a precise determination of whether brain functioning falls within a "normal" pattern for a person's age, sex, and handeness, or whether there is some other type of functioning which might need clinical attention. The QEEG is most necessary when there is a known diagnosis or a suspicion of epilepsy, stroke, severe mental illness, alzheimers or mild traumatic brain injury.