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BCIA News - 2020 Webinar Schedule
January 22 - Clinical Update: Distance HRV Training Strategies for COVID-19 presented by Fred Shaffer, PhD, BCB, BCB-HRV. This webinar will help you assess your clients' heart rate variability and compare it to normative values, recognize and correct overbreathing, and provide impactful distance HRV biofeedback training with cutting-edge apps. Register Now!
February 19 - Biofeedback Mentoring Webinar on Anxiety presented by Saul Rosenthal, PhD, BCB, BCN, BCB-HRV. More information to come!
March 26 - Neurofeedback Mentoring Webinar on Chronic Pain presented by Ed Jacobs, PhD, BCN. More information to come!
Ongoing Educational Opportunities
January 22 - 23, 2021 - 46th Annual Conference - Neuromodulation and Interventions for Trauma in the Time of Coronavirus - a VIRTUAL event!
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***Free Webinars - ASET also offers free webinars on equipment hygiene and skin care! You can find them under the education area - webinars and then free recordings.
Annual Virtual Conference - June 25 - 27, 2021 - mark your calendars and contact ISNR at firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure you are on their mailing list!
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January 2021 Update
The First International to Earn all 3 BCIA certifications
Chris Friesen, PhD, BCB, BCN, BCB-HRV is a licensed clinical, forensic, and neuropsychologist from Ontario, Canada who has always been fascinated by what makes people successful and now primarily helps professional, national/Olympic, and up-and-coming elite athletes, as well as other high achievers such as professionals, entrepreneurs, executives, academics, and writers, achieve their personal and professional potential. He is currently director of and Friesen Sport & Performance Psychology, a contributor for , and author of
BCIA Welcomes Eleonore Czarik, BCN from France
Eléonore Czarik is a psychologist and a doctoral student at the University of Paris 8. She is a consultant psychologist in Nice and treats patients with neurodevelopmental disorders. Specialized in clinical neurophysiology in France, she teaches children and adults how to self-regulate their symptoms (attention, sleep, and mood disorders) with the help of biofeedback devices, neurofeedback and cognitive-behavioral approaches. Her daily work in clinical and scientific settings is to provide tools and strategies to better manage a disorders and/or proactively develop a patient’s own resources, especially those with ADHD and epilepsy. Formerly a pianist, her work around performance management is a natural additional focus to her practice.
Northeast Region Biofeedback Society 46th Conference
This is a wonderful online opportunity to learn from some of the best in the field. Included will be opportunities to learn about neurological and physiological underpinnings of trauma symptoms and discuss how therapeutic interventions can positively impact those with a history of trauma. For more information, please use this link.
Welcome Fabien Duplan, BCN From France
Mr. Duplan works as a psychomotor/occupational therapist with children diagnosed with learning disabilities, ADHD, and anxiety in a private practice in the South of France, Aix en Provence. He was originally trained in neurofeedback in Montreal in 2014 and has been practicing neurofeedback since then with good results and a lot of passion for this wonderful field. He has particpated actively in the development of neurofeedback in France by showing the medical community and the professionals he works with how and why it works. Mr. Duplan now works with a wide range of patients, from 6 years old to adults, mixing neurofeedback, heart rate variability, relaxation and meditation, and psychomotor therapy as well as cognitive behavioral therapy.
Jason Lin is a licensed clinical psychologist with 10 years of experience assessing and using non-pharmacological treatments for sleep disorders and psychological diseases. In Taiwan, he is also the first clinical psychologist to earn his BCN. In addition to his clinical practice of neurofeedback at Exebrain Inc., his research interests are exploring affordable biomarkers of insomnia and dementia based on non-invasive, high-value, and portable EEG monitoring. Brainwaves provide a window into the human mind. Whereas clients may not want to talk about their inner thoughts, the QEEG can provide insights into their brain function. Jason believes that QEEG-guided neurofeedback can be transformative. “Train your brain, change your life.”
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