National and Regional Events in Biofeedback & Neurofeedback

Please freely browse educational opportunities in the field of Biofeedback and Neurofeedback, both nationally and regionally, though our links.

National Events



The AAPB has launched a robust selection of webinars with a variety of speakers and topics.

Check out their event schedule.


ISNR 24th Annual conference

Transforming the Field of Neurofeedback Through clinical Practice, Educational Applications and Research

September 19-25, 2016  - Pre-Conference Workshops & Annual Conference

Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress
Orland, FL

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Regional Events


Southeast Biofeedback and Clinical Neuroscience Association - 2015 SBCNA Fall Conference - Co-Sonsored by AAPB

Biofeedback and Neurofeedback: Principles and Practices of Training
Self-Regulation for Optimal Health

Pre-Conference, November 5th
Fall Conference, November 6-8th

DoubleTree by Hilton, Charlotte Airport
2600 Yorkmont Rd,
Charlotte, NC 28208

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MASBBM Fall 2015 conference - Co-Sponsored by AAPB

Mid-Atlantic Society for Biofeedback & Behavioral Medicine

Practical and Scientific Ways to Understand and Change the Brain

October 24th, 2015 - 8:30-5pm

Loyola University Graduate center
8890 McGaw Rd,
Columbia, MD 21045

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NRBS Annual Conference - Co-Sponsored by AAPB

The Northeast Regional Biofeedback Society

Fall Conference at Widener University

November 14-15th
Highlights include: a one-day HRV workshop on Saturday presented by Fred Shaffer, PhD, BCB and additional Neurofeedback topics on Sunday to feature Jeff Carmen, PhD and Seigfried Othmer, PhD, BCN.

Embassy Suites Philadelphia Airport
9000 Bartram Avenue

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The Western Association for Biofeedback & Neuroscience

 (Formally the Biofeedback Society of California)

WABN 41st Annual Conference "Ahead of the Wave: Transformative Technology"
Here is a shortcut to their program

SBCNA - AAPB Regional Chapter - Biofeedback - Neurofeedback - Professional Assoc.


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