Events & News

Events & News

All year long, the Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group promotes epilepsy education for patients, their caregivers, medical treatment staff, and the general public. Team Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group participates in several epilepsy walks and many different fundraising activities that directly benefit the national or local epilepsy foundations and advocacy societies. Check out our upcoming schedule and you may find an activity that interests you.

Webinar session on Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures - Dr. Lorna Myers

Webinar session on Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures - Dr. Lorna Myers

Date: March 15, 2017

Time: 3:00-- 3:45 pm

Speaker: Lorna Myers, Ph.D 

Director Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizure Program

Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group

The Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut has invited Dr. Lorna Myers to give a webinar session on Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures.

Registration is required for each program. Call 860-346-1924 or email to reserve your spot. There must be a minimum of 5 registrants for each session to take place. 

Registration is free of cost. Feel free to share.

Events that were highlighted in the past

Glow Walk and Run for Epilepsy
National Epilepsy Walk in Washington, DC
ISSTD 36th Annual Conference
International Epilepsy Day
PNES Special Interest Group at the American Epilepsy Society meeting
Webinar - Diet Therapy in the Treatment of Epilepsy
Glow Walk and Run
Annual Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group conference on Epilepsy and Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures
The 2018 Dravet Syndrome Foundation (DSF) Biennial Family & Professional Conference
2018 Take a Walk in Our Genes
Annual Hudson Valley Stroll for Epilepsy
12th National Epilepsy Walk in Washington, DC
International Epilepsy Day
71st Annual American Epilepsy Society
Annual Northeast Regional Epilepsy Group Symposium
Glow Walk and Run
Braddock Park, North Bergen
Webinar: Supporting students with seizures in school
Brain Health Initiative 2017
Webinar: Treating PNES and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) using prolonged exposure therapy