Upon completion of these requirements, you will have earned the designation BCB-PMD™.
Board certification is open to licensed professionals from psychology, medicine, nursing (includes all licensed RNs), physical therapy, occupational therapy, and physician’s assistant who hold a degree from a regionally-accredited academic institution (an Accredited Institution of Postsecondary Education as determined by the American Council on Education).
A complete description of this program is found in our brochure.
Candidates must file an application and demonstrate completion or proof of:
Where Do I Start?
The first step is filing a pelvic muscle dysfunction biofeedback certification application. Filing fees are $245 for an affiliated professional (member of AAPB, SUNA, APTA, AOTA, etc.), $295 for a non-affiliated professional, and $195 if this is your second BCIA certification. Once your application has been approved and fees received, you may schedule a time for your exam.
A completed application must include a copy of your license and payment of filing fees. You may complete your requirements in any order. You may download these documents: Application, Application Instructions, Blueprint of Knowledge, Mentoring Guidelines, Professional Standards and Ethical Principles of Biofeedback, and Exam Registration Form.
All candidates must agree to abide by the Professional Standards and Ethical Principles of Biofeedback and follow the appropriate rules and regulations of their profession and their state.
Certification is valid for three years. To recertify, the candidate must demonstrate completion of 36 hours of blueprint-related continuing education, must attest that their license/credential has not been suspended, investigated, or revoked, and submit a $150 recertification fee.