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Clinical Neuroscience Course

In this course you will…

  • Learn to apply proven methods for assessing your patient’s underlying causes of chronic illness
  • Receive a neuroscience and medical sciences education from an effective clinical perspective
  • Gain confidence to integrate neuroscience assessment modalities to help patients and clients uncover underlying causes of health issues
  • Learn and integrate important neuroimaging and biomedical markers that help confirm neuropsychiatric disorders to assist with management and prevent misdiagnosis
  • Learn to create individualized protocols for patients regardless of diagnosis with particular focus on underlying cause within the nervous system
  • Integrate affordable functional neuroimaging technology into your practice no matter what your specialty to improve patient outcomes and increase clinic revenue

This course is for patients and health professionals who…

  • are tired of not seeing better patient outcomes
  • want to arm themselves with the best tools for assessing underlying causes of chronic illness
  • strive to understand health from a systems thinking approach
  • are frustrated with their protocols not giving them the outcomes they deserve
  • are looking to improve revenue and profitability while enhancing their patient and client satisfaction levels

Course Leaders

Corey Deacon – DNM, MSc, FAARFM, ABAAHP, CFMP, BCN – Medical Director and Research Director

“Corey has evaluated neuroimaging and biomedical testing from thousands of individuals and continually finds the cause of their issues while leading them to proven positive health outcomes”

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Corey is more than a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner — he’s a patient advocate who will listen to each symptom and every concern with the patience of a trusted friend. With an extensive knowledge bank of hands-on experience, Corey shares his confidence and capabilities to power an actionable change in your overall wellness.

Sachi Kabavama – BA – Neurofeedback Clinician and Course Manager

“Sachi brings consistent, proven coaching and neuromodulation techniques allowing patients and clients to reach the prognostic outcomes they deserve”

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Sachi is the content manager and neurofeedback trainer at Diversum Research as well as the lead Neurofeedback Clinician at Neurvana Naturopathic Medicine Clinic in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Before joining the Diversum Research team, she graduated from the University of Calgary with a B.A. in Psychology and has had extensive experience in integrating the science of neuropsychology into advanced neurofeedback and neuromodulation protocols. A life-long learner with a genuine interest in the brain, Sachi has a passion for efficiency and psychological engineering, which compliments Neurvana’s mission to optimize individual potential.

On health, Sachi believes, paraphrasing Jim Carrey, “If you don’t exercise, eat nutritious food, get sunlight, get enough sleep, consume positive material, and surround yourself with support, you aren’t giving yourself a fighting chance.” To practice this mantra while not at Neurvana, Sachi trains at a local circus gym and socializes with long-distance friends in online video games. She also enjoys perfecting cooking techniques and experimenting in the kitchen.

Dr. Ashlie Bell, PHD, LCSW, BCN, QEEG-D (c)


“Dr. Ashlie Bell is an internationally renowned brain health expert and respected leader in the fields of neuromodulation, integrative medicine, and mental health.”

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Dr. Ashlie Bell is an internationally renowned brain health expert and respected leader in the fields of neuromodulation, integrative medicine, and mental health. She is the owner and director of an integrative brain wellness center, as well as a neurotherapist, researcher, public speaker, and published author.  Ashlie has worked in the fields of health and mental health for over 17 years and is well-known for her specialized knowledge in brain-based assessments and interventions, as well as integrative mental health and the treatment of trauma-related challenges.  Her passion, dedication, and commitment to excellence have led to esteemed recognition and awards for her work, research, and merit, and she puts this same level of devotion toward every client and program within Diversum.


Our motivation for this course


Diversum Research’s Clinical Fellowship  was created by a team of healthcare practitioners that observed the critical limitations of conventional approaches of assessing the nervous system. Namely the limited aspects of structural analyses (magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography) in determining function of the brain as well as the limited analysis and applications of functional analyses (EEG, nerve conduction studies/EMG). With neuroscience literature constantly pushing the envelope of what we thought we knew, conventional practices have fallen hopelessly behind in actualizing patient’s experience and identifying underlying causes of mental, emotional, psychological and immunological problems within the nervous system. Modern psychiatry and many conventional medical techniques remain in the dark ages of science, grasping onto magisterial theories such as genetic determinism, biological causation of mental illness and questionnaire-driven diagnoses (eg. DSM-V). The field of epigenetics has disproved genetic determinism in 99.9% of cases, the biological factors of psychiatry have not been found (although there are some that play a role in certain cases; this will be discussed later in Module I), and the DSM has become a bloated encyclopedia failing to describe the constantly changing inner world of humans. We knew we needed something more. Something to help the hundreds of millions of people struggling to cope with their experience, searching for that next magic bullet. We are here to bridge the gap between dogmatic thinking and actualization of cutting-edge scientific literature, allowing you to guarantee your patients achieve healing through identifying root cause and self-regulating.  

  • Basic and advanced neurophysiology
  • Neuroplasticity
  • Neuroimaging Assessments for diagnosed and undiagnosed neuropsychiatric disorders

– Volumetrics and Quantitative MRI: Microstructure and Macrostructure Biomarkers

– Quantitative EEG  Biomarkers

– Event-related and evoked potential assessments

– Heart-Rate Variability Biomarkers

  • Polyvagal States
  • Functional Neurology basics
  • Assessing the following complex phenomena with neuroimaging and further laboratory testing

– Epigenetic Biomarkers

– Mitochondria/Metabolic Medicine

– Methylation

– Inflammation

– Infection

– Chronic toxicity

– Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome

– Mast Cell Activation Syndrome

– Autoimmunity

– Endocrine regulation

– Circadian Rhythm regulation

  • Treating Biomarkers + Clinical Prognosis

– Neuromodulation

– Neurofeedback + biofeedback techniques

– Z-score Neurofeedback

– s/swLORETA Neurofeedback

– ISF Neurofeedback

– Photobiomodulation

– Trauma Approaches

– Breathing techniques

– Functional Medicine

  • Bringing it all together in CHRONIC COMPLEX cases
  • Clinical Rounds

– Upload any complex or difficult cases you may have to our database to have recommendation reports and/or consults for your difficult to manage patient/client cases


With over a decade of clinical data, experience and research analysis all analyzed with machine learning, we have created an affordable neuroscience assessment that allows you to quickly identify root causes, triage highly predictable therapeutic options for your patients, and remove the majority of guesswork. Learning and integrating our approach will allow you to amplify predictability, validity, and reproducibility while still allowing for precision, individualized care. However with guesswork removed, it is easy to stick with therapies or adjust treatments with certainty. Additionally, we will show you methods that allow you to assess the objective efficacy of a treatment approach within minutes to weeks, rather than months to years, allowing you to understand the likelihood of positive treatment outcomes. It is an amazing time in human history to be a healthcare practitioner and with our approach you can ascertain positive outcome predictability in >96% of cases. Neuroanalysis approaches also allow you to determine referral partners so you know who will be critical in integrating with to help your patients along their healing journey. The essential elements of a successful neuroanalysis that will allow you to guide your patients back to health include:

    • In-depth medical history
    • Raw EEG analysis with quantitative EEG spectral analysis, sw/sLORETA analysis, and network analysis
    • Event-related potential analysis
    • Heart-rate variability analysis – 1-minute, 5-minute and 24-hour
    • MRI with quantification – volBrain or NeuroQuant
    • Visual Contrast Sensitivity assessment
    • Basic understanding of cranial nerve function and other functional neurology principles
    • Basic and advanced diagnostic laboratory testing interpretation

Courses coming soon…

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“Corey has been an incredible collaborator and mentor throughout the past year and half that he and I have worked together. He has extensive knowledge in functional medicine, qEEG and neurofeedback that he avidly shares in collaboration with his colleagues. This allows for excellent patient care. He has a fundamental understanding of the human body and the intricate nuances of biochemical pathways, inflammation, and infection that can lead to disease. He is truly a root cause practitioner and goes above and beyond to share his expertise to those willing to learn.”

Dr Alexandra Smith, ND

“Corey, Liz, and Sachi have a deep insight into neurobiology, human physiology and neurological disorders and use current research and physiological understanding to guide their treatment decisions. I have worked with them on countless complex chronic illness cases and their insights and opinion are highly valued in my practice. They constantly work to stay on top of current research and to adjust their treatment protocols accordingly. They are highly effective practitioners and have been instrumental in the success of many of my patients to date.”

Dr Ryan Best, ND