Upon completion of these requirements, one earns the designation BCB-PMD™.
Certification is open to licensed professionals from psychology, medicine, nursing, 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 signed, sealed, original transcript from the university that granted your highest degree must be submitted directly to BCIA.
*New Requirements as of September 1, 2011
Candidates must file an application and demonstrate proof of:
Where Do I Start?
The first step to certification is filing an application. A completed pelvic muscle dysfunction biofeedback certification application must include a signed, sealed, original transcript, documentation of didactic education and training, proof of the required client hours, and payment of the certification fee. Once your application has been approved and fees received, you may schedule a time for your exam. You may download the packet from the website. The documents included are: Application, Application Instructions, Blueprint of Knowledge, 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.