Researcher and Counselor
Azad University, Science and Research Branch Tehran (Alborz)
Tehran, Tehran – Iran
Neda Rastegar earned her B.A. degree in general psychology from Azad University, Karaj Branch in 2011 and received her M.A. degree in clinical psychology from Azad University, Science and Research Tehran Branch, in 2014. Her research study during master degree mainly focused on the effect of Neurofeedback training on cognitive functions in PTSD veterans. As a researcher at Parsa Hospital and Delaram Center she provided neurofeedback and biofeedback techniques to individuals with PTSD, ADHD, depression and anxiety disorders. Additionally, she has been working as a clinical psychologist at substance abuse treatment center since 2011. Ms. Rastegar is the author or co-author of over 5 peer-reviewed journal publications. Her current research interests include VR (Virtual Reality) and using QEEG Brain Mapping & EEG (electroencephalograph) for prediction of suicide risk in people with HIV.
Wednesday, November 6
4:45 PM – 6:00 PM