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September 12 - BCIA will present a mentoring webinar: Neurofeedback Practice 101 - How to interpret your client's response to training with John Anderson, MA, LADC, BCB, BCN, QEEGD.
September 19 - 21 - The Biofeedback Society of Texas 40th Annual Conference, "Get Connected: Integrating Complementary and Alternative Methods with Biofeedback", will be held in Plano, TX.
October 16 - 18 - Marquette University College of Health Sciences will present Behavioral and Rehabilitation Treatment of Bowel Disorders.
November 1 – 2 – Midwest Society for Behavioral Medicine and Biofeedback annual conference "Approaches to Pain and Inflammation".
November 6 - 9 - The Biofeedback Society of California will celebrate its 40th year at their annual conference in Oakland, CA.
November 6 – 9 – The Southeast Biofeedback and Clinical Neuroscience Association’s Annual Conference: Brain Based Interventions: The Role of Biofeedback & Neurofeedback in Health Care, will be held in Charlotte, NC.
November 11 - AAPB will present a webinar - A Case of Voluntary Pain Control Revealed using EEG and SLoreta Imaging presented by Tom Collura, PhD, BCN.
ASET – They offer BCIA accredited courses to fulfill our continuing education requirements toward recertification.
Danielle Matto and Eveline Kempenaar have launched some exciting new CE opportunities for those in the Netherlands. Please visit their website for more information.
Please note that you may also elect the special exam option that enables you to use a local proctor.
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August 2014 Update
August 29 - BCIA Offers their first mentoring webinar! Dr. Lamees Khorshid, BCB, BCN, health psychologist at the Greater Los Angeles VA, will present a webinar focused on chronic pain. Attendees will recieve 1 contact hour and credit for 2 case conference presesntations.
BCIA welcomes Mr. Samuel Ng, BCN, a practicing clinical psychologist in Hong Kong. He works in a hospital setting to provide assessment and treatment to adults with psychiatric disorders. “Being trained as a cognitive-behavioral therapist, neurofeedback adds to my evidence-based practice repertoire from a more comprehensive neuropsychiatric perspective. Hopefully QEEG assessment and EEG biofeedback could be integrated into my practice for better patient care,” said Mr. Ng.
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Did you know.... More Veterans die of chronic health conditions than on the battledfield? Across the nation, the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is inviting the use of biofeedback as a modality to improve chronic disease management and to increase patient self-efficacy. The Greater Los Angeles VA welcomed VHA healthcare specialists across California to a didactic training built on the BCIA 48-hour blueprint. The GLA VA is also the first VA to use biofeedback in group settings, now offering 2 biofeedback groups. Recently, the GLA VA Health Psychologist - Dr. Lamees Khorshid, BCB, BCN - was invited to speak about biofeedback at the National Pain and Polytrauma Conference in Long Beach. It’s exciting to see biofeedback as a treatment option for our military heroes.
Neurofeedback Increases Affection, Builds Empathy
Squabbling with your spouse lately? Someday, couples therapy could mean watching your own brain activity to train your compassionate side...Too many heated arguments rely on the cliché “I’m not a mind reader” to excuse one individual’s ignorance of another’s mental states. But now scientists based at the D’Or Institute for Research and Education (IDOR) and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro believe they can amplify affection by letting individuals read their own minds.
2014 Francine Butler Scholarship Award Winners Announced at AAPB
Below are some of the most recent international certificants. Welcome to BCIA!
Egypt: Dr. Hatem Hamada is the first person in Egypt to receive BCIA certification in biofeedback. He is a neuropsychiatrist interested in ADHD, ASD, anxiety, depression, and seizure disorder. He integrated neurofeedback and biofeedback into his practice to benefit his patients by adding evidence-based proven therapies.
Germany: We are pleased to announce that Dr. Theresia Stöckl-Drax, BCN, a neurodevelopmental pediatrician from Munich/ Germany, is the newest BCIA certificant in Germany. She has integrated QEEG into her regular clinical evaluation process and 19 channel neurofeedback is now an important treatment option in her neurodevelopmental clinic. Most recently she presented her approach at the Society of Applied Neuroscience (SAN) conference in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
ISNR now offers webinars to cover the didactic requirement for neurofeedback certification through their new online ISNR University.
Make plans to attend the ISNR Annual Conference in San Diego, CA - October 16 - 19!
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