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December 2013 Update
Germany: We are pleased to announce that Ruth Kreider recently earned the BCN credential. Other professionals in Germany who carry the BCN include: Thomas Feiner, Doerte Klein, and Kerstin Mayer. Ruth is very busy working with many experienced neurofeedback clinicians, including a developmental pediatric practice with Dr. Theresia Stockl-Drax and with Dr. Wolfgang Keeser in his Child and Youth Behavioral Psychology practice. We look forward to working with many more professionals in Germany as the field continues to grow.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Miyako Tazaki - the first professional who carries the BCN credential in Japan. There are 2 others from Japan who have previously earned their BCB: Dr. Masahito Sakakibara and Dr. Naoki Takebayashi, and it will be an honor to work with more Japanese clinicians as they work through the certification process.
BCIA is proud to announce that Cara Guziak from the University of North Texas was awarded the 2013 Genie B. Davis Scholarship, paying all customary neurofeedback certification fees. Cara was given her award at the recent ISNR meeting in Dallas last month.
BCIA-A – The BCIA Australian Affiliate is proud to announce that their first group of 18 applicants were approved and successfully completed the certification exam at the ANSA meeting in late August. Congratulations!
South Africa welcomes another new BCIA certificant, bringing their total to 9! Congratulations to Annemie Peche.
BCIA has worked with various VA and military health care professionals to help them incorporate biofeedback and neurofeedback into their work. We are so pleased to see the inclusion and respect for using these modalities and the increased focus on BCIA certification, but we want to know more. How much ground are we really making? Do you have a success story to share?
If you work with the VA or military in any fashion – either private practice or even directly employed – and you are using biofeedback or neurofeedback, can you please send us a note letting us know about this part of your work? You may use email@example.com and put Military or VA in the subject. Once we collect more information, we’d like to share it with all of you so that you can see what an impact our work is having.
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.
ISNR announces the publication of IEEE Recommended Practice for Neurofeedback Systems.
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