Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Certification


Biofeedback Certification International Alliance

BCIA certifies individuals who meet education and training standards in biofeedback and progressively re-certifies those who advance their knowledge through continuing education.

Recognition
BCIA is recognized as the certification body for the clinical practice of biofeedback by the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB), the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe (BFE), and the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR).

Board Certification Areas
BCIA offers Biofeedback Certification, Neurofeedback Certification, and Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback Certification.  Clinical and Technician certification tracks are available for Biofeedback and Neurofeedback, while only the Clinical track is available for Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback. Read more...

BCIA Credentials
BCIA has trademarked BCB, BCN, and BCB-PMDB for your use where allowed. Read more…

Continuing Education Opportunities


Richard Soutar, Ph. D. offers a 20% discount on Neurofeedback web courses or workshops. These meet BCIA requirements for certification and CEU. The discount is available for SBCNA members. Contact Dr. Soutar: http://www.newmindcenter.com
Biofeedback Resources International offers training and resources for BCIA certification. Additionally, they offer seminars and webinars. see http://biofeedbackinternational.com
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"New Developments in Mind/Body Medicine" - NICABM - A free, eight-session teleseminar series from the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM). For more information, see NICABM's web site.


Free Surface Electromyography (SEMG) E-Book - from Thought Technology Ltd.

Description: "'The Basics of SEMG Applied to Psysical Rehabilitation and Biomechanics' will assist you in the use of surface electromyography (SEMG) for biomechanics applications and physical rehabilitation. It explains in simple words what you need to know about electromyography, presents the typical electrodes placements and several examples of use for physical therapy, motion analysis, ergonomics and fitness training."

To obtain your copy, go to the Thought Technology web site.



"Combat Stress and PTSD: Working with Veterans and Their Families" (DVD) - Michael G. Rank, Ph.D.

Description: "Listen to this seminar and take home tools to identify vets in need of help and pierce the veil of their defenses--to help them begin the journey home to a successful post war life. Gain a better understanding of military culture and the military socialization that prevents help seeking. Help vets and their families break through personal and institutional barriers to change and guide them through the minefield of bureaucracy with guidance, knowledge, counseling and therapy approaches."

For more information and to purchase the DVD, see the Professional Education Systems, Inc (PESI) web site.



Behavioral Medicine Research & Training Foundation, Richard Sherman, PhD

New Courses:

"Ethics for people doing Biofeedback" (A.K.A. Ethics for biofeedback providers)

Tired of taking the same old ethics courses to meet state license requirements? This 5 CE, $100, APA approved, distance based course is intended for clinicians, educators, and coaches who have incorporated or are interested in incorporating biofeedback (including neurofeedback) intervention and psychophysiological assessment techniques into their practices. It emphasizes issues in ethics and professional conduct which are of special interest to clinicians incorporating biofeedback - many of which are not clearly spelled out in typical codes of ethics and conduct promulgated by clinical organizations. Participants attend three audiovisual lectures (hear the instructor's voice while watching slides) & read text files. At the end of the course, participants answer a set of short essay questions covering key concepts in the course. No text is required for this course.

"BFB Equipment Familiarization"

Many people who take the Foundation's distance based courses have never used biofeedback equipment and do not have access to biofeedback equipment to try it out. The Foundation is offering a $350 course which provides a limited experience with an actual biofeedback device.

Other recent courses include EEG BFB / neurofeedback, mentoring, etc. - please see our web site for more details.

Updated Courses:

Virtually all of our courses have been updated recently. Our general biofeedback course, Pelvic Floor Disorders course, and Pain course now include movies showing psychophysiological assessments and profiles.

Discounts: Remember that we give $100 off of additional courses (other than ethics) you take with us.

CE Approvals: Our program was recently approved by the APA (American Psychological Association) so psychologists and clinicians in many other professions will find it easier to get CE credit for their courses. We are also approved by the NBCC (National Board of Certified Counselors) and the California Board of Behavioral Science so counselors and other professions covered by the Board can get CE credits as well.

For more information, please visit their web site at http://www.behavmedfoundation.org.



Stens Corporation Biofeedback Training - The Stens Corporation will be offering several biofeedback training sessions in various cities during the year. For more information about their training programs, please see the Stens Corporation web site.




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