Serving as a Mentor

To be eligible to serve as a mentor, you must be BCIA-certified and in active clinical practice for a minimum of 2 years. Refer to the Mentoring Guidelines area for more information.

Prior to starting clinical training, BCIA:

A sample Mentor Agreement Letter is posted as an example of how to outline a successful mentoring relationship. As additional tools, BCIA offers a Sample Mentoring Log Book and Practical Skills List as possible aids in framing a successful mentoring relationship.

Mentors should file a separate application for each new candidate.

Non-BCIA Certified Mentors

A Non-Certified Mentor Application assesses the education and training of a professional’s credentials to examine if he/she qualifies as a mentor.

Applicants Start Here
Biofeedback Certification
Why Choose BCIA Biofeedback Certification?
Clinical Certification
Technician Certification
Didactic Training
Mentoring
Locating a Mentor
Serving as a Mentor
Mentoring FAQs
Mentoring Guidelines
Mentor Application
Mentor Agreement Letter
Sample Mentoring Log Book
Practical Skills List
Non-Certified Mentor
Common Documents
Neurofeedback Certification
Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback Certification
HRV Certificate Program
Application Status