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July 18, 10 a.m. MT. HRV Part III. Strategies to Achieve Clean HRV. Presented by Fred Shaffer, PhD, BCB.
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July 20 – 21, 2013 – The Florida Biofeedback Society will present “Essential physiology for mental health and biofeedback practitioners”, by Jan Newman, MD.
October 4 – 6, 2013 – The Northeast Regional Biofeedback Society will present “Chronic Pain: Biofeedback and Other Mind/Body Treatments That Work”.
Q-Metrx EEG Summer Camp DVD taught by Jack Johnstone, PhD - Learn about EEG in a convenient 10-session DVD Course! The first three sessions cover the basics of EEG and the remaining seven sessions explore a wide variety of clinical EEG recordings. The goal of the course to get student comfortable with the EEG signal. Read more…
ASET – They offer BCIA accredited courses to fulfill our continuing education requirements toward recertification.
Please note that you may also elect the special exam option that enables you to use a local proctor.
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June 2013 Update
BCIA Welcomes New Certificants From South Africa. Lynette LaCock and Johan Meyer are the two newest South African professionals who have earned the BCN credential. South African now boasts 8 BCIA certified professionals with more on the way. This group includes: Hannelie Kemp, Joachim Mureriwa, Donna Moser, Louise van der Westhuyzen, Mitzi Claassen, and McGill Scott. All are certified in neurofeedback and Hannelie Kemp is dual certified! We are so pleased to make this announcement and we congratulate their hard work!
ISNR just published an important white paper “The Evidence-Base for Neurofeedback as a Reimbursable Healthcare Service to Treat Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder“ authored by H. Edmund Pigott, Ph.D., Lindsay De Biase, Ph.D., Eugenia Bodenhamer-Davis, Ph.D. and Richard E. Davis, M.S. This paper was commissioned by the Board of the International Society of Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR) to evaluate the evidence-base of neurofeedback (NFB) to treat Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the most frequently diagnosed pediatric behavioral health disorder in America.
Autism Awareness Month
BCIA is pleased to announce the 2013 Francine Butler Scholarship winners. This award pays all customary certification fees and is given to a student who has completed their didactic education at a regionally accredited academic institution and who shows great promise to the field. This year’s winners are Starr MacKinnon from Alliant University/California School of Professional Psychology, nominated by Dr. Richard Gevirtz and Carla Benejam from Saybrook University, nominated by Dr. Don Moss. These scholarships were formally presented at the recent AAPB meeting in Portland, OR.
Additionally, BCIA acknowledged Dr. Lamees Khorshid for her work in bringing BCIA certification to the VA System in Loma Linda, California. She has made BCIA certification the standard there and has encouraged and mentored 13 students. BCIA considers its work with the VA and the military to be among some of its most important in recent history.
New Study on Biofeedback for Stress Incontinence
The most important phrase in the BCIA language is standards of education. Education is the foundation of all that we do. Toward that end, we have decided to use this space to feature one of our regionally accredited academic institutions to let you know about our valued educational partners.
ISNR announces the publication of IEEE Recommended Practice for Neurofeedback Systems.
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