Mentoring for Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback Certification

The process of mentoring involves a relationship between a mentor and candidate that promotes the development of skills, knowledge, responsibility, and ethical standards in the practice of biofeedback.

BCIA has adopted Mentoring Guidelines to provide a framework for this process. These guidelines include contact hours to be spent with a mentor to review personal training, case conference presentations, and patient/client sessions. Both the mentor and the BCIA candidate should be familiar with these guidelines.

Prior to starting clinical training, BCIA:

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. Review the Mentoring FAQs for further information.
 

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Biofeedback Certification
Neurofeedback Certification
Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback Certification
Why Choose BCIA Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction 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
Non-Certified Mentor
Common Documents
HRV Certificate Program
Application Status