Brain Maps | Neurofeedback | Workshops


A Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG) and Event Related Potentials (ERP) “Brain Map” assessments, can provide useful information for the Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment Recommendations for a range of medical, educational, and peak performance conditions.


Neurofeedback is a safe and non-invasive way of training brainwaves and is a viable alternative to medication for several conditions. Neurofeedback has been around since the 1960s and is now used for training a wide range of medical, educational, and peak performance conditions.


We run several qEEG, Neurofeedback and Heart Rate Variability training workshops in the throughout the year. We also run an occasional “Intermediate Neurofeedback Summer Camp” with the opportunity to sit-in on real sessions and accrual your supervised hours.

I am Tony Steffert

My name is Tony Steffert and for the last 19 years, I have specialised in brain mapping with quantitative electroencephalogram (qEEG) and event related potentials (ERP’s) and have recorded thousands of EEG, for both research and clinically. I have worked on a number of research projects, including a 3-year project on ADHD doing qEEG/ERPs and Neurofeedback at Imperial College and 3 years at Goldsmith doing Neurofeedback with actors, musicians and dancers. My PhD was about the real-time sonification of EEG for Neurofeedback at the Open University.

I record qEEG/ERPs (Brain Maps) in clinics in London, Cambridge and in people’s homes or offices. I also do Neurofeedback training with children and adults with a range of conditions both in clinic and remotely. 

I am a consultant on several commercial and research projects using EEG and heart rate variability and have worked on several neuromarketing projects (British Gas and eBay) as well as TV shows ‘This morning’ at ITV and at the BBC.

I run neurofeedback and qEEG/ERPs training courses.

I am proud to declare that I am dyslexic with all the benefits and disadvantages that this implies.